Boston College Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise. 

The college reported 67 students positive for COVID-19 following a reported 46 cases on Thursday. [Universal Hub]

Town Clerk Of Franklin Resigns Due To Primary Ballot Mix-Up.

The town clerk resigned after thousands of primary ballots were discovered and not counted. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

As of Saturday, 435 new cases were confirmed with 16 new deaths. [WCVB]

Lulu's Restaurant In Allston Closed Down Temporarily.

Lulu's has closed down after two employees tested positive for the coronavirus. [Boston.com]

Murder Suspect In Case Of Jassy Correia Sent Messages To Women After Killing.

Prosecutors shared how Louis Coleman texted women flirtatious messages just hours after he reportedly strangled Correia to death. [Patch]

Charitable Donations Drop Dramatically Within The State.

Since the change to tax deductions in 2017, charitable donations made in Massachusetts have been down. [Masslive]

Missing Serval Cat Reunited With Family.

The 4-year-old exotic cat was reunited with its owner in New Hampshire on Saturday morning. [Boston Globe]

Cambridge Police Investigating One Of Their Own.

A Cambridge police officer who is currently on leave is now under investigation following disturbing remarks made on social media. [NECN]

Dedham Residents Can Test For Free.

Testing will open at Endicott Estate from Sunday through Tuesday following an increase in COVID-19 cases. [Universal Hub]

Massachusetts High Unemployment Rate Explained.

Many sectors are having trouble bouncing back after being shut down since late March. [Boston Globe]

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