NH Discourages Visitors For Memorial Day Weekend.

The New Hampshire governor is asking visitors to stay home this coming holiday weekend. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

Health officials announced 805 new cases of the virus with 80 deaths on Friday. [NECN]

Bunker Hill College President Fears Community Colleges Will Suffer After Pandemic.

President Pam Eddinger believes the stress on students caused by the pandemic may deter future students from attending community colleges. [Boston.com]

Gov. Baker, Boston Athletes And Celebs To Celebrate Massachusetts High School Graduates.

The televised event entitled "Massachusetts Commencement 2020" will air on WGBH on June 9. [Boston.com]

State Guidelines To Allow High School Graduations In July.

Graduations will be allowed to be held outdoors on July 19. [WCVB]

Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body To Close Hundreds Of Stores.

The owner of both brand stores, L Brands, announced the closures this week. [Patch]

Ludlow Reservoir To Reopen For Recreational Use.

The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission will reopen the reservoir with the public requested to maintain social distancing. [Masslive]

Lawrence Mayor Shares City Will Increase Testing.

The mayor announced on Friday at Lawrence General Hospital will increase testing by a 1,000 tests per day. [WCVB]

Seven Percent Of Brookline Residents Test Positive For Antibodies.

Testing was performed last week. The city asks residents to continue to social distance and wear masks. [Boston Herald]

Hall of Fame Coach Jerry Sloan Dies at 78.

Sloan died due to complications from Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia. [NECN]

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