Boston City Councilors Push For Police Reform.

The City Council is pushing for police reform as well as data on the use of military-style weapons among Boston Police. [WCVB]

The State's Education Commissioner Advises Schools To Get Ready For Fall.

In a memo sent to superintendents, students will have to wear masks and stay 6 feet apart when school resumes in the fall.  [Patch]

Latest Reported Cases And Deaths From Coronavirus In The State.

Massachusetts health officials are reporting 38 new deaths due to the coronavirus with 193 new cases. [Masslive]

Gov. Baker Implements Phase Two, Step One Of The State's Reopening.

Retail stores and outside dining has now be opened to the public. [WCVB]

Mayor Walsh Looking Into Reallocating Police Department's Budget.

With a call for police reform, Walsh is looking into redistributing funds for training or community involvement. [Patch]

Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester To Implement New Coronavirus Safety Standards.

The new safety standards coincide with the state's phase two reopening plan. [Masslive]

A List Of The City's Restaurants Open With Outside Dining.

Some require reservations while others do not. [Boston.com]

MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak Addresses Ridership And The Coronavirus.

Poftak shared that it will be the responsibility of the riders to maintain social distancing as it will not be enforced. [Boston Herald]

Springfield Mayor Calls For Review Of Policies Regarding Police Use-Of-Force.

Mayor Domenic Sarno will review the policies following the killing of George Floyd. [Masslive]

A Guide On How To Handle The Reopening In Your Community.

The four C's when it comes to staying safe within your community as the state reopens. [Boston.com]

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