Boston's Public Health Emergency To Remain For Now.
Mayor Walsh has shared that the city's public health emergency will remain now and into the future. [WCVB]
Coronavirus Hospitalizations In Massachusetts Declining.
Reported on Thursday, hospitalization rates fell to a new low in the state. [Patch]
Wondering What Massachusetts Colleges Will Reopen In The Fall?
Here is a list of colleges looking to reopen and those planning remote learning. [Boston Herald]
With State Set To Reopen, Some Employees Scared To Go Back To Work.
Some employees are voicing their concerns on how safety for all will remain intact. [Masslive]
Country Group Sugarland Cancels Concerts In Massachusetts.
The group has canceled its summer tour, in turn, canceling three appearances in the state. [Masslive]
High Winds, Thunderstorms, And A Tornado Warning For Northeast In Forecast.
With higher temperatures and humidity, the Northeast may see some storms Friday afternoon. [WCVB]
Gov. Baker's Latest Coronavirus Update For The State For Friday.
Baker discussed how employers can keep their employees safe and more. [Boston.com]
Massachusetts Educators Share That School For Many Will Look Different In Fall.
Remote learning may play a larger role than ever before when it comes to academics. [Patch]
Crane Beach in Ipswich To Reopen With New Guidelines.
The beach has been closed since March but will reopen next week with beachgoers allowed at half capacity. [Masslive]
Coronavirus & Antibody Testing Results Released For Boston.
Here are the results released by Mayor Walsh. [Boston.com]
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