Patriots Sign Cam Newton To One Year Deal.

On Sunday night, the New England Patriots added the 31-year-old to their roster. [Masslive]

Boston University To Lay Off, Furlough 250 Employees.

Following the pandemic, the university is struggling to compensate for a $96 million budget gap for the school's upcoming academic. [Boston Globe]

Red Line Shut Down Due To Medical Emergency.

On Monday, shuttle buses were brought in to transport commuters between Harvard and Alewife station.  [NECN]

Low-Cost, Free Virtual Summer Camps For Kids This Summer.

Here are 6 free or low-cost virtual camps being offered this summer. [Boston Globe]

Announcement For The Big E To Be Made On Tuesday.

Organizers are currently deciding on whether to cancel the September event. [Masslive]

Norwood Hospital Temporarily Closes Due To Flooding.

Patients are being evacuated following flooding and power outages from Sunday's severe thunderstorms. [WCVB]

Rain Showers, Thunderstorms Could Continue For Several Days.

This week could bring additional flooding in some areas with wet, humid weather. [NECN]

Florida Prosecutors To Appear In Appellate Court For Robert Kraft Case.

Prosecutors will return to court with plans to prove Kraft's rights were not violated. [Masslive]

COVID-19 Patients Suffering From Delirium. 

Many patients are reporting terrifying delirium due to the coronavirus. []

Mayor Walsh To Announce Head Of Equity And Inclusion Cabinet.

Walsh announced the cabinet last week to focus on racial inequity issues. [CBS Local]

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