Gov. Baker To Announce School Funding Plan.

Baker is expected to discuss relief funding for special education residential schools in a press conference today at 1 p.m. [NECN]

Drivers For The MBTA’s The Ride Program Go On Strike.

Drivers are on strike due to cuts made to their health insurance. [CBS Local]

Red Sox Look To Add Starter Pitchers For New Season.

Red Sox manager Ron Roenick has announced plans to meet with chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom to discuss the roster and 2020 season. [Boston Herald]

Dartmouth College Students Petition To Save Athletic Programs.

Students have started an online petition with the goal of saving five programs from being cut. [WCVB]

Thunderstorms In The  Forecast For Monday.

Scattered thunderstorms are expected to make their way through parts of the state between noon and 8 p.m. [Masslive]

Green Line Service Suspended Between North And Park Street.

According to the MBTA, service was suspended after smoke was detected in the tunnel. [WCVB]

Millions Of Teachers At Risk For Coronavirus.

According to a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, 1.47 million school teachers are at risk of becoming ill from coronavirus. [Masslive]

Duck Boat Tours Resume Today As Part Of Boston's Phase 3 Reopening. 

Movie theaters, gyms, museums, and historical sites are also allowed to open. [CBS Local]

Students Create Music Video To Help Others Cope With Pandemic.

Students from Saco Middle School in Maine created a music video to highlight the struggles and challenges their peers went through academically and socially during the pandemic.  [WCVB]

Massachusetts AG And Others Suing Trump Administration Over Student Visas.

AG Maura Healey and more than a dozen state attorney generals are suing the Trump administration over the new guidelines that force international students to return home if they take online courses this fall. [Boston Herald]

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