Mayor Walsh Shares Schools To Open In September.
Although a projected second surge of the virus in the fall could impact the return of traditional schooling. [Patch]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.
Health officials share 130 new coronavirus deaths with 1,952 new cases. [WCVB]
Brockton To Increase Testing This Week At City's Highschool.
With a 36% positive rate, the city has decided to increase testing as it has been seen as a hot spot in the pandemic. [Boston 25 News]
With Masks Now Mandatory In The State As Of May 6, Here Is Where To Buy Them.
Here is a list of retailers selling masks online, as well as scarves and bandannas. [Masslive]
Boston Police Investigating Body Found In Dorchester Apartment.
The body of a male was discovered on Saturday morning in an Ames Street apartment. [WCVB]
Sixty Percent Of Coronavirus Deaths Linked To Long-Term Care Facilities In Massachusetts.
Rhode Island has the highest rate in the nation when it comes to deaths linked to long-term care facilities. [NECN]
Greater Boston Food Drive & WCVB Raise $2.9 Million.
The funds will go to help those struggling during the current pandemic. [WCVB]
Worcester To Fine Pastor For Holding Service.
The Adams Square Baptist Church held service last weekend and several days ago as well amid social distancing guidelines. [BostonGlobe]
New Hampshire Extends Stay At Home Orders.
The state issued an extension with residents to stay home until May 31. [NECN]
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