Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots Received Ahead Of State Primary.

More than 800,00 mail-in ballots have been received ahead of the Sept. 1st primary. [Masslive]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases For Massachusetts.

As of Monday, Massachusetts health officials reported 11 new COVID-19 related deaths with 301 new cases. [Boston.com]

Experts Offer Guidance To College Campuses With COVID-19 Outbreaks.

Experts believe that if colleges and universities have an outbreak, students should stay on campus in quarantine. [Boston Herald]

Bill Belichick Talks Cam Newton's Work Ethic.

"Cam works on things he’s not as good at and tries to improve on a daily basis," Belichick shared on Monday.  [Boston.com]

The Fours Bar Of Boston Set To Close After Four Decades.

The Fours will close immediately with ownership not sharing why they have chosen to close the Boston location. [Patch]

Man Accused Of Vandalizing JFK Federal Building Property.

The 70-year-old is accused of spray painting swastikas last Friday. [CBS Boston]

Somerville Announces Plan For Phase 3 Of Reopening.

The city, who has seen a high rate of coronavirus cases, is eyeing a reopening date of Sept. 8th. [WCVB]

Massachusetts State Police Seize 6.5 Kilos Of Fentanyl. 

State Police, as well as Homeland Security, seized the drugs from suppliers during a two-day sting in Lawrence and Methuen. [Masslive]

Additional Services Added To MBTA Lines In Boston Area.

Bus services have been added due to an increase in demand. [Patch]

Coronavirus Vaccine May Require Two Doses.

When a vaccine becomes available, health officials believe two doses may be needed which could cause a problem.  [CBS Boston]

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