USS Constitution To Host Virtual Salute For July 4th.

The USS Constitution has chosen to celebrate the 21-gun salute virtually due to the coronavirus. [WCVB]

Fifteen-Year-Old Girl Shot At Braintree's South Shore Plaza.

Following a lockdown at the plaza on Friday, two men are now in custody. [Boston Globe]

With Phase Three Scheduled For Monday, Some Businesses Will Not Be Reopening.

Some gyms, theaters, and museums have shared that they will need extra time in order to implement precautions. [CBS Boston]

First Recreational Marijuana Store To Open In Holyoke.

Canna Provisions will open the city's first marijuana store on Sunday at 380 Dwight Street. [Masslive]

Increase In Lifeguard Rescues At Hampton Beach.

Rip currents at the beach caused lifeguards to rescue dozens on Thursday. [WCVB]

Man Becomes Angry At Plymouth Restaurant, Coughs On Patrons.

The man became angry when he was asked to wear a mask. [Boston.com]

David Price Opts Of Playing 2020 Season Possibly Impacting Red Sox.

It has been reported that Price will forfeit his salary from both the Red Sox and the Dodgers. [Masslive]

Dr. Fauci Commends State Of Massachusetts For Coronavirus Response.

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases praised Massachusetts as coronavirus cases decrease consistently. [Boston Globe]

Police Warn Of Viral Video Trend A Crime.

Some people are making Tik Tok videos of crashing into other people's fences, a trend Burlington Police are reminding many is a crime.  [CBS Boston]

Wedding Ceremonies May Resume In Phase 3.

Bars and dance floors, however, are prohibited at ceremonies that may resume on Monday. [Masslive]

Fenway Park Makes Changes As Players Return.

To accommodate players for summer camp, the park turned concourses into batting cages and more. [Masslive]

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