Somerville Students To Continue Online Learning Only In The Fall.
The Somerville school system has decided students will not attend school physically full-time in the fall. [WCVB]
Massachusetts Changes Travel Restrictions For Out Of State Visitors.
Gov. Baker is asking that all out of state visitors to self-quarantine for a minimum of 14 days. Those who do not may be subject to a fine of up to $500 [Boston.com]
Juneteenth Becomes An Official Massachusetts Holiday.
Gov. Baker declared the date an official state holiday to "recognize the continued need to ensure racial freedom and equality.” [CBS Boston]
This Weekend's Forecast Ahead For Massachusetts.
Most of the state will see sunny skies and comfortable temperatures ahead. [NECN]
Patriots Player Rodney Harrison Talks Tom Brady, Cam Newton.
Rodney believes the team will ‘automatically forget about Tom Brady' as they look to the future. [Masslive]
Mayor Walsh Warns Against House Parties After Cape Cod Cluster Case.
The warning against large gatherings and house parties comes after ten individuals tested positive for the coronavirus in Cape Cod. [Masslive]
Parking On Plum Island Closed To Non-Residents.
Parking to the beach will be closed to non-residents on the weekends until Labor Day. [Boston.com]
Lynn Police Held In 40 Hour Standoff, Ends Without Injuries.
A Lynn mother had locked herself in her bedroom with her child and a butcher knife in a 40-hour standoff with police on Friday. [CBS Boston]
Massachusetts To See Additional Beach Restrictions If Guidelines Not Followed.
Gov. Baker is asking residents to follow guidelines and precautions so that beaches can continue to stay open to the public. [WCVB]
Red Sox To Kick Off Home Opener On Friday Night.
The Red Sox will finally return to play against Baltimore but without fans in the stands. [NECN]
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