Massachusetts State Inspections To Resume Saturday.

Inspections will resume at most state inspection locations on Saturday. [NBC Boston]

Schools Differ On School Vacation Travel Rules.

School districts are torn on how to deal with students returning after traveling with their families during April vacation. [WCVB]

Top Chef Cookies To Open Location In Dorchester.

The store plans to offer fresh cookies out of the oven, ice cream sandwiches, and additional milk products. [Boston.com]

Former Middle School Teacher Accused Of Raping Student.

Caitlin Harding of Wellesley is accused of assaulting a 13-year-old girl in 2010. [CBS Boston]

Worldwide COVID-19 Death Toll Hits 3 Million.

On Saturday, 3 million deaths were reported worldwide as countries struggle with vaccine distribution. [Boston.com]

Bruins Beat Out Islanders In Friday Night Game. 

The Bruins beat out the Islanders 3-0, making it their second win in the last two nights. [Boston Herald]

Woman Stabbed In Alewife Parking Garage. 

The female "sustained a serious laceration to her neck area" on Thursday night with police responding to the scene. [Universal Hub]

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