Justice Department Will Seek Death Penalty For Boston Marathon Bomber.
Attorney General William Barr shared that the Justice Department plans to reinstate the death penalty and plans to take the case to the Supreme Court. [CBS Boston]
Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.
As of Thursday, Massachusetts health officials reported 262 new coronavirus cases with 12 new deaths. [Boston.com]
Students Attending Boston Public Schools To Begin Remotely In Fall.
Students will then return to school physically two days a week. [Patch]
Three Officers In Worcester Test Positive For Coronavirus.
Following the news, other police officers have also been tested with the results not yet available. [Masslive]
Looking For Some Entertaining Reading To Finish Out The Summer?
Librarian Meena Jain from Cary Memorial Library in Lexington has a list of suggestions. [NECN]
Secretary of State Asks Residents To Hand Deliver Ballot If Not Mailed Yet.
With the USPS' service seeing delays, residents have been asked to hand-deliver their ballots in time for the September 1 primary election. [Boston Globe]
Police Looking For Man In Walmart Springfield Giving Out COVID-19 Hugs.
The man is reportedly giving people hugs and then telling them they have COVID-19 after. [CBS Boston]
Unemployment Rate Decreases In Massachusetts.
While the rate of unemployment may have decreased, Massachusetts still has one of the highest rates in the United States. [WCVB]
Soldier Missing From Fort Hood Is Brockton Resident.
Sgt. Elder Fernandes is the third soldier to go missing from the Texas military base in the past year. [WCVB]
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