Many Massachusetts College Students Unhappy With Commencement Plans.
With some colleges not allowing their students to walk across the stage to no guests, college graduates are unhappy about their upcoming ceremonies. [NBC Boston]
Pfizer Shares How Long Their COVID Vaccine Remains Effective.
The company has shared that after the second dose, the vaccine is highly effective for a minimum of 6 months. [CBS Boston]
Boston City Council Welcomes New Council President, Matt o'Malley.
O'Malley comes with decades of experience and a mission to ensure all residents are supoported through the pandemic. [Patch]
Lowell Man Lights Wife On Fire in Living Room.
On Wednesday night, police were called to the home of Santos Lebron De Los Santo who has since been charged with assault and battery causing serious bodily injury. [WCVB]
Brockton's Spike Of COVID-19 Cases Brings The City Back Into The Red Zone.
Just weeks ago the city was taken off of the high-risk map but with an increase in cases has been added back to the list of high-risk locations in the state. [WCVB]
Elementary Schools Must Reopen By Monday.
Schools will open with precautions that include plexiglass, sanitation stations and more. [NBC Boston]
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