MBTA Transit Officer Resigns Following Complaint Of Force.
The MBTA officer resigned after he was accused of using force on a black man. [WCVB]
Joe Biden's Campaign Schedules Three Debates With Donald Trump This Fall.
Biden and his staff are hopeful President Trump will take part in the debates. [Boston.com]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.
State health officials reported 149 new coronavirus cases with 17 new deaths as of Monday. [Boston Globe]
Patriots Players Devin and Jason McCourty Anxious About Returning To Football.
The twins are expected to return to training camp within the next month as the NFL maintains its original schedule. [NFL]
FDA Warns Public About Several Toxic Hand Sanitizers To Avoid.
The FDA has issued a warning about certain sanitizers made in Mexico that may contain methanol. [CBS Boston]
MBTA To Increase Services As State Opens Up.
To ensure safety precautions as services ramp up, the MBTA plans to offer face coverings to those in need riding during busy periods. [WHDH]
Nine-Year-Old Boy Dies After Fall In Brockton.
The young boy fell nine stories from Belair Towers on Sunday morning. The case is under investigation. [Boston.com]
UMass Boston Plans For Students To Attend Remotely In The Fall.
After analyzing the university's particular demographic, school officials believe it would be best to continue remote learning. [WCVB]
Protesters March In Boston For Racial Justice On Monday.
Protesters gathered around 2 p.m.to demonstrate, urging officials to defund the police and reallocate funds towards social services. [Boston Globe]
Customers Fight To Get Reimbursed By Cruise Companies.
Many are fighting to get refunds for trips that were canceled due to the coronavirus. [WCVB]
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