Boston Task Force To Host Online Meetings.

The Boston Police Reform Task Force will host online meetings to hear from the public about the latest police reforms. [WCVB]

Springfield Bar Removes 'Racist' Dress Code Sign.

Nathan Bill’s Bar and Restaurant was called out by local officials for a dress code sign that was seen as racist. [Boston.com]

Female Teen Rescued By Fire Department At Beach After Becoming Stuck In Sand.

The 15-year-old became buried up to her neck in the sand after a sand dune collapsed on her in Chatham. [Boston.com]

Heat Index For Monday Could Be 100 Degrees Or Higher.

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for most of eastern and western Massachusetts. [WCVB]

Senate To Discuss Second Coronavirus Check Next Week.

The Senate will discuss a new stimulus package next week when they return from recess. [Masslive]

Shootings And Violence Continues For Another Day In Boston.

Two teens have been killed with one teen injured in a shooting in Dorchester. [Boston Herald]

MBTA Begins Collecting Commuter Fares Again.

The MBTA  began collecting fares for buses and the commuter rail on Monday after a period of free ridership due to the coronavirus.  [CBS Boston]

Essential Employees In Massachusetts Walk Off The Job To Protest Systemic Racism.

Workers held a rally in front of the State House ahead of the strike on Monday morning. [NECN]

Man Killed By Bull In New Hampshire.

The man was attempting to remove two bulls from his land in Brentwood, New Hampshire on Saturday night when he was attacked, leaving him with injuries. [Boston.com]

Employees Sue Whole Foods For Black Lives Matter Masks.

The class-action discrimination lawsuit was filed by employees on Monday after some were disciplined for wearing the masks. [NECN]

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