Crowds Of Protesters Demand Economy Reopen Outside Of State House.

Many protesters carried signs to end the tyranny and open the economy. Some dawned masks while others didn't. [WCVB]

Northeastern University Is Latest To Be Hit With Class Action Lawsuit.

Students believe the remote learning they have refused is 'inferior' to their prior campus learning. [Boston.com]

Gov. Baker Shares Slow Approach To Reopening The State.

Baker prewarned residents that May 18 will not be "starting gun." [Patch]

Boston Police Commissioner Sounds Off On Prisoners Being Released Amid The Pandemic.

Police Commissioner William Gross wants judges to keep criminals locked-up following a shooting that wounded two men and killed one in Roxbury. [Boston Herald]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

Health officials shared today 86 new coronavirus deaths with 1,000 new cases. [NECN]

New Report Projects 200k Coronavirus Cases A Day By June 1.

The report believes a surge in cases will begin in the middle of May. [Boston.com]

Mayor Walsh Believes Coronavirus Cases Maybe On A 'Downward Slope.'

Walsh shared that we 'may be on the verge of a downward slope' in coronavirus outbreak' in a Monday press conference during an update on cases. [WCVB]

Vehicle Fatalities Increase During A Time When Traffic Is Down.

Officials have shared that road fatalities are up by 50%. [Boston Herald]

NFL Head Coach Don Shula Dies At The Age 90.

Shula passed away at his home this morning according to the Miami Dolphins. [WCVB]

Wondering When Beaches WIll Reopen In The State?

A firm answer has yet to be shared with Gov. Baker touching on the ongoing closures of beach parking to prohibit crowds. [NECN]

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