Gov. Baker Activates National Guard.
Baker activated 1,000 members of the National Guard on Friday, citing no specific reason other than to assist officials if needed. [WCVB]
Holy Cross Warns Students About Parties, Large Gatherings.
The warning with consequences comes after 20 students tested possible for coronavirus following a party. [Masslive]
Brookline To Make Face Shields Mandatory For Some.
For those that may not be able to wear a face mask, Brookline is making face shields mandatory beginning September 10th. [Boston]
Millions Of Americans Threatened By Eviction, Loss Of Home.
With many eviction moratoriums coming to a close around the U.S., roughly 40 million Americans could lose their homes. [Patch]
Vermont May Make Flu Shots Mandatory.
Health officials are considering following in the footsteps of Massachusetts to ensure low rates of influenza. [NECN]
Phantom Gourmet To Make Its Return After Changes.
The show has acquired a new host following controversial comments in regards to the BLM movement made by the previous host. [Patch]
Teachers In Andover To Work Remotely.
Although the school committee of Andover has voted for a hybrid learning model, teachers in the city feel it is unsafe and have shared that they plan to work remotely. [CBS Boston]
Police Body Camera Footage Released In Case Of Justin Root.
The footage released does not match the report, causing many to question why Root was shot by police. [Masslive]
Some Families Of UMass Boston Students Question Billing.
With students at UMass Boston set to learn remotely, many are wondering where there hasn't been a change in tuition fees. [WCVB]
Over 50 Students At University of Connecticut Test Positive.
Fifty-seven students are currently in quarantine with the university warning students of no large gatherings and maintaining a social distance as the fall semester begins. [Boston.com]
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