Boston Marathon Ends With Special Flyover.

Two Black Hawk helicopters performed a special flyover on Monday morning to conclude the virtual event. [CBS Boston]

Dover-Sherborn School District Changes To Remote Start.

After news of a house party involving roughly 100 students, the school district has changed schooling to a remote start. [WCVB]

Boston Sports Clubs Files For Bankruptcy After Angering Many Customers.

The gym's owner has filed for bankruptcy with the intent to remain open as he works out his financial struggles. [Patch]

State Police Still Working To Solve Murder 28 Years Later. 

Twenty-eight years ago Susan Taraskiewicz was murdered in Revere after leaving work to run errands. [CBS Boston]

The City Of Worcester Hopes To Celebrate Halloween.

Mayor Joseph Petty hopes to come up with a safe way for residents to celebrate the holiday. [NBC Boston]

Teachers In Sharon Plan Rally On Monday.

Teachers in that district planned to rally after returning to school and feeling unsafe amid the pandemic. [NECN]

Massachusetts Colleges Named Best In The Nation.

In its annual rankings, US News deemed seven colleges in the state to be some of the best in the nation. [Boston Globe]

Amazon Plans To Hire Hundreds In The State.

A majority of the positions will be for the company's Stoughton fulfillment center. [NBC Boston]

Four Boston Police Officers Injured In High-Speed Chase.

The Saturday evening chase for a minivan began in Dorchester and ended in Roxbury with officers sustaining injuries after the suspect drove into them. [Boston.com]

BC Students Concerned About COVID-19 Cases On Campus.

Students are airing their frustrations when it comes to unclear communication from BC as well as delayed communication in regards to coronavirus cases. [CBS Boston]

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