Protests In Boston Ends With Several Arrested.
Boston Police arrested ten people on Friday night who gathered to protest the murder of George Floyd. [WCVB]
College Football Hall of Fame Damaged During Looting.
The Hall of Fame was damaged on Friday during protests and looting over the death of George Floyd. [Masslive]
Three Alarm Fire In South Boston Injures Firefighters, Displaces Dozens Of Residents.
The fire started around 3 in the morning, injuring five firefighters while displacing 40 residents. [Boston.com]
Gov. Baker To Sign Executive Order For Pro Sports Teams.
Baker is expected to sign the order next week that will allow teams to start practicing once again. [WHDH]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases Reported.
Health officials have announced 50 coronavirus related deaths with 789 new cases on Saturday. [WCVB]
Some Taxpayers Have Received A Second Stimulus Check.
The IRS has sent deceased taxpayers checks as well as double payments to some residents. [Masslive]
State Officials Hold Vigil To Remember George Floyd On Saturday.
Mayor Walsh informed residents that the city "will not tolerate that kind of brutality." [Boston.com]
U.S. Food Prices Are At All-Time High.
Meat prices in particular have seen an increase in prices due to labor issues. [NECN]
Celtics Player Gordon Hayward Surprises Local Basketball Team.
Hayward surprised the basketball team of Charlestown High School during a Zoom call. [WHDH]
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley And Other Representatives Push For Resolution To Stop Police Brutality.
Pressley and others introduced the measures on Friday following the death of George Floyd on Monday. [Patch]
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