Headlines for June 28-30
We're almost there, everyone - it's July 4th week! The barbecues and fireworks are so close we can taste them. Here are the headlines we missed while daydreaming this weekend of long weekends by the pool or at the beach.
Representative Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts' 4th district has become yet another member of the Massachusetts congressional delegation to call for President Trump's impeachment. [Boston.com]
On Friday a woman was randomly stabbed in the head with a pair of scissors on the Charles River Esplanade. The woman has been released from the hospital and the suspect has been apprehended. [WBUR]
The City of Somerville has a reputation for being on the cutting edge of lawmaking (both in a good and bad way). Their newest? Banning the use of facial recognition technology. [Boston 25 News]
The MBTA is hiking fares again today, but after all the recent derailments and breakdowns, Boston commuters are protesting. [WHDH]
It's the end of an era: the races at Suffolk Downs held their very last races this weekend. [WBUR]