$500,000 has been raised on GoFundMe for 18-year-old Jake Thibeault, who was injured at an ice hockey match in September.
Students on the island canoed along a street on Saturday as the Massachusetts coast was hammered by the storm.
"He was having some difficulty breathing when he was under there, so his breathing was raspy, so it was very scary," the owner, Clarisse Fairbanks, said.
Temperatures across New England are set to plunge to below freezing in many places, as locals brace themselves for a cold snap.
Paul Coderre Jr. made roughly $150,000 a year as the acting fire chief in New Bedford, Massachusetts, a job he held from 2011 to 2018.
Officials said the hunter claimed they did not know they killed the bear outside of bear hunting season.
According to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, crews and contractors are installing protective shielding on a potion of the underside of the structure.
Massachusetts hospitals are now reporting patients who received dexamethasone, a steroid used to treat severe and moderate COVID-19.
The police said that the suspect became "belligerent toward store employees and other customers" after he had a verbal dispute with the victim over face masks.
Harmony Montgomery went missing in 2019 at the age of 5, which Sununu blames on the Massachusetts court that gave her father custody earlier that year.
"Every corner of our healthcare system is gasping for air. Every unit and hallway is full, procedures are being cancelled," a hospital association stated.
"Why is all work around gender identity taking a higher priority?" asks a parent of an alumna of the all-girls Winsor School.
The man was arrested in 2018 by federal immigration officials, who sought to deport him using his designation as a "verified" gang member in a database.
Thomas Koonce and William Allen could be eligible for parole after Governor Charlie Baker's approval of the state Parole Board's recommendations.
Massachusetts joined about a dozen other states that offer a digital version of the card when it announced the app Monday.
The injured officer was brought to a medical center and treated for "serious, non-life-threatening injuries," Springfield Police said in a statement.
"This is the first time a truly wild African cat has crossed our threshold," said a spokesperson from the MSPCA-Angell.
The CDC said in 2020 that the "non-medical" KN95 masks are 45 percent effective in protecting against COVID.
"Your Emergency Departments are at a breaking point," the Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians and the Massachusetts Emergency Nurses Association said.
Boston Public Schools' superintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius said 1,074 staff members were out of school on Tuesday.
The officer was recorded restraining the student last month, after the student had allegedly physically attacked another student.
About 500 National Guard members are expected to be deployed and trained across 55 hospitals in Massachusetts this week.
Police said that there was no trauma on the bodies and firefighters did not detect any noxious gases like carbon dioxide inside their home.
The Steller's sea eagle recently found its way to the eastern United States—a far cry away from its last known U.S. sighting in Alaska.
"I wasn't completely transparent by any stretch of the imagination," the professor stated during an interrogation.
The strike began in March over staffing issues and later became about job security for the striking nurses as the hospital hired replacements.
Up to 500 National Guard members will be activated to assist hospitals, with up to 300 currently training and set to deploy by the end of the month.
Two families, who were injured in the incident, are now suing the company hired to maintain the escalators.
Officials say that Massachusetts residents have a better idea of what to do if infected now than at the pandemic's start, reducing the need for contact tracing.
Many commenters said the police were just doing their job, but others thought they were unequipped to handle the situation.