Alyssa Vaughn

Staff Writer

Alyssa Vaughn is a staff writer at Boston. A St. Louis native, she moved to the East Coast to study English at Boston College. She currently lives in an apartment perfectly bisected by the Cambridge/Somerville border.

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News

A Bus Crashed in Randolph Last Night After a Passenger Punched the Driver

16 people were sent to the hospital.

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The Red Line Won’t Be Normal Until October

Repairing the system’s automatic signals is proving to be time-consuming.

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The Company That Bottled the Controversial PFA-Laced Water Is Closing

Thanks to fluctuating governmental regulations and "continued adverse media."

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Activists Unfurled an Anti-ICE Banner at Fenway Park Last Night

Members of the American Correctional Association were scheduled to attend the game.

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Michelle Wu Calls the Herald’s Thursday Cover "Offensive and Irresponsible"

It involves Charlie Baker and Chinese takeout.

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RIP to the Dugout TVs Rick Porcello Shattered with His Bare Fists Wednesday Night

"You think everything’s good, he’s fine, then—bang-o!"

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Here Are the Craziest Photos and Videos of Today’s Storms We’ve Seen So Far

Wind, hail, and lightning galore.

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Massport Has Some Big Plans for Improving Traffic at Logan

Yes, traffic is going to get worse before it gets better.

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This 11-Year-Old Journalist Asked Elizabeth Warren Some Hard-Hitting Questions

He deemed her answers "pretty good."

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Local Grocery Stores Have Been Selling Toxin-Tainted Bottled Water

Check your labels to see if your water is affected.

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An MIT Satellite Named TESS Just Discovered Three New Worlds

All in a day’s work.

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Merrimack Valley Gas Explosion Lawsuits Settled for $143 Million

Last year, people across Massachusetts watched in horror as over 120 fires burned in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover.

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Arts & Entertainment

Cape Cod Gets a Shark Week Shoutout Monday Night

A local shark expert stars in it.

Arts & Entertainment

A Local Man Will Get a Chance at Love in The Bachelor Live On Stage

And you could get the final rose.

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Nearly Two Dozen Staffers Cut at Museum of Science

"These measures have positioned the Museum for long-term fiscal health," the org said.