Gov. Baker Announces Phase Two To Begin Monday.

The decision to begin part one was announced today allowing restaurants to open for outside dining. Retail shops may also open with limited capacity. [WCVB]

The MBTA Announces They Will No Longer Bus Police Officers To Protests.

The MBTA has announced its decision after recent criticism from officials and advocates. [Boston.com]

Harvard Associate Professor Sarah Lewis To Take Over Selena Gomez’s Instagram.

Lewis will take over the famous singer's Instagram for a day to help shed light on ‘how to see in a racial crisis’. [Boston Globe]

Revere Man Charged After Threatening Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.

William Bagnera, 36, was taken into custody after making threats against Walsh on social media. [WHDH]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts Released.

On Friday, health officials have shared 494 new cases with 35 deaths. [Boston Herald]

Man Who Was Charged With Fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program Application Now Missing.

David A. Staveley, who also uses the name Kurt Sanborn, cut off his GPS device before disappearing. [Masslive]

Police Officers And Protester Embrace During Brookline Protest.

The peaceful protest took place on Friday with thousands gathering to share prayers, shared speeches, and more. [WCVB]

Watch Gov. Baker's Latest Coronavirus Update.

The governor updates the state on Saturday at a press conference. [Boston.com]

Here Is A List Of Boston Restaurants Offering Summer Cocktail Kits.

Throughout the city, restaurants like Fat Baby, The Knife to Sweet Cheeks Q are offering kits for consumers to take home. [Boston Herald]

Man Involved In Dorchester Shooting Identified.

Boston resident Deangelo Taldon was killed in a double shooting in Dorchester on Thursday. [Boston Globe]

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