Boston Man Livestreams Police Chase With Children In Car.

The 29-year-old man led police on a chase through Massachusetts and New Hampshire with his five children in the car before police were able to stop him. [Masslive]

Missing Man's Body Discovered In Stairwell 5 Weeks Later.

The man's body was discovered in a stairwell at the Bedford VA by a patient. [WCVB]

Restaurants Most Likely To Keep Downsized Menus Post Pandemic.

Downsizing appears to be a strategy used by many businesses in an effort to offer better service to customers. [Masslive]

Gov. Baker Advises Residents To Engage In Regular Doctor Visits.

In a press conference held at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Baker advised residents to make regular doctor visits as the state reopens. [Patch]

Expert Believes Schools Should Stay Closed.

A Boston-based virologist is speaking out, sharing schools should not reopen until a vaccine for COVID-19 is available. [Boston Herald]

Warning Of Dangerous Jellyfish Spotted At Maine Beaches.

The Massachusetts' Parks Department warned beachgoers that the five-foot-wide jellyfish can sting whether dead or alive.  [NECN]

Petition Submitted To Remove Abraham Lincoln Statue Near Boston Commons.

The statue has sparked controversy as Lincoln features a slave kneeling at his feet. [Patch]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

Health officials have reported 336 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday with 38 new deaths. [Masslive]

Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles To Resume Road Tests.

New drivers may now schedule road tests with the RMV. [WCVB]

Massachusetts Lawmakers Consider Banning The Use Of Chokeholds By Police.

Chokeholds, the use of particular weapons and tear gas may be banned as part of a bill introduced this week. [CBS Local]

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