Boston Declares A Heat Emergency.

Boston declares a heat emergency ahead of the heatwave, offering cooling centers and other resources to the public to stay cool and safe.  [WCVB]

Worcester Public Schools To Hold Public Hearing To Discuss  School Reopening.

Schools are currently discussing an online approach for half of the school week. [Masslive]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases Reported In Massachusetts.

Massachusetts health officials reported 17 new deaths with 177 new coronavirus cases as of Saturday. [NECN]

Woman In Stoneham Receives Hate Letter After Posting Black Lives Matter Signs.

The anonymous letter sent to the woman was filled with racist slurs and criticism. [Boston.com]

A Number Of Stores Making Masks Mandatory.

CVS, Apple, Best Buy, and more are now making masks mandatory for customers. [WCVB]

Boston College Becomes Smoke-Free Campus.

The college will enforce a no-smoking ban beginning in August.  [Patch]

Hearing To Be Held For Worcester Probate and Family Court Judge Charged With Inappropriate Conduct.

Paul Sushchyk has been accused of inappropriately touching a female administrative employee on April 25th. [WCVB]

Many Call To Reopen Old Shooting Case Involving Teen.

The family of Malcolm Gracia, who died during a police altercation back in 2012, believes that the teen was unfairly profiled.  [Boston Globe]

Elizabeth Warren Calls Out Stop & Shop For Ending Hazard Pay.

Warren called out Stop & Shop for ending hazard pay, pointing out that the essential employees are putting themselves at risk. [Boston.com]

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