State Officials Question School Districts Who Chose Remote Learning.
State Officials are questioning school districts where coronavirus cases were low. [WCVB]
Hurricane Teddy To Bring Heavy Rains And More To Massachusetts.
Towns throughout the coast may see flooding and strong winds on Tuesday. [Masslive]
Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.
As of Monday, Massachusetts health officials reported 244 additional cases with 7 new deaths. [NECN]
Massachusetts School Bus Drivers Ask For More Precautions.
While Boston Public Schools have started remotely, drivers worry about what will happen when students return in person and how everyone will be kept safe. [Patch]
Millbury Laundry Mat Offers Free Wi-Fi.
Delaney's Sudz City and Laundromat in Millbury are helping those without wi-fi during the pandemic. [WCVB]
MBTA Employee Dies After Accident at Charlestown Bus Yard.
Bernadin Etienne was tragically hit by a vehicle on Monday. The 62-year-old worked for the MBTA for 18 years. [Boston.com]
More Than 50 Storefronts Still Closed On Newbury Street.
With few visitors and college students out shopping due to the pandemic, many small businesses have shut their doors. [Boston Herald]
Boston Traffic Has Decreased Significantly Since Pandemic.
Traffic has decreased by 48% since the pandemic with the MassDOT sharing there are 20% fewer cars on the road since mid-March. [CBS Boston]
Are You Headed To Salem This Halloween?
What you should know before you go this Halloween. [Boston.com]
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