Boston Teachers & Parents Push For Remote Learning.

Parents and teachers rallied in Dorchester on Saturday, pushing for schools to close due to the spread of the coronavirus.  [Boston.com]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases Reported In Massachusetts.

As of Saturday, state officials reported 587 new cases of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts and 10 new deaths. [WCVB]

Boston Police Look For Man Following Attack Outside Of Dana Farber.

The man attacked a woman outside of the hospital on Monday in what is being called an "unprovoked attack." [CBS Boston]

‘Methadone Mile’ Activist Ordered To Stay Away From Gov. Baker's Home.

The protester has been ordered to stay away after he left used needles at Baker's home earlier this month. [Boston Herald]

Looking To Enjoy A Getaway With Plenty Of Fall Foliage?

Here are 12 rentals in New England perfect for a getaway. [Boston.com]

New England Patriots Return To The Field To Practice.

The team returned to practice following the news that both Cam Newton and Stephon Gilmore had tested positive for COVID-19. [NECN]

Boston Still High-Risk Due To Increase In Coronavirus Cases.

The city has been deemed high-risk for the second week in a row.  [Patch]

Many Massachusetts Residents Have Left The Job Force All Together Since the Start of The Pandemic.

Women in particular have reportedly left their jobs because of a lack of daycare. [Patch]

Massachusetts Man Burns Down Hay Bale In Support Of Biden, Harris.

The man has been charged with arson after burning down hay bales decorated in support of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. [WCVB]

Daniel Webster Elementary School In Marshfield Moves To Remote Learning.

Following six cases of the coronavirus reported in five days, the school has switched to remote learning for two weeks. [CBS]

 

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