Supreme Court To Consider Reinstating Death Sentence For Boston Marathon Bomber.

With President Biden now in office, a reinstatement won't be heard until the fall. [CBS Boston]

Uber Driver Charged With Kidnapping Appears In Court.

Kamal Essalak plead not guilty to his arrest for holding a female passenger against her will. [WCVB]

Former Dartmouth Students Found Not Liable For Millions Due To Grill Fire.

The former students caused a dangerous fire back in 2016 after grilling outside of their dorm that caused $4.5 million in damage.  [Boston.com]

Cambridge Holds Vigil For Atlanta Victims.

Hundreds gathered in Central Square to remember the shootings of the eight victims. [Universal Hub]

Owner Robert Kraft Talks About Patriots' Recent Spending.

"We had the second or third-most cap room (third-most, at $69 million) at the start of free agency," Kraft shared. [NBC Boston]

Public Health Commission Medical Director Has Been Working Remotely From Hawaii.

Dr. Jennifer Lo has been working remotely for months and now two city councilers are asking for her to return to Boston. [Boston.com]

Kenny Chesney Postpones Gillette Stadium Concerts To 2022.

This is the second time Chesney has postponed concerts due to the coronavirus. Future dates have yet to be announced. [CBS Boston]

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