CEO Of Phantom Gourmet Apologizes For Mocking Protests.
CEO Dave Andelman comments had some complain to WBV who hosts Phantom Gourmet. [Masslive]
March Held In Boston For Transgender & Racial Equality.
On Saturday, thousands marched to Nubian Square before heading to a vigil held at Franklin Park. [WCVB]
Daytime Shooting In Dorchester Leaves One Dead.
The shooting took place after 4 p.m., leaving one unidentified male dead. [WCVB]
Some Casinos Have Reopened Against State Law.
Some casinos in Connecticut have reopened their doors with the state unable to stop them, opting to warn residents of coronavirus. [NECN]
A Number Of Massachusetts Breweries Are Offering Outdoor Seating.
Here is a list of 50 breweries in Massachusetts now open with outdoor seating. [Boston.com]
Update: The Latest Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus in Massachusetts.
Updated as of June 13, there have been 101,070 confirmed cases within the state. [Boston Globe]
White House Discussing Second Round Of Stimulus Checks.
Congress is expected to discuss a possible package this coming July. [Masslive]
Bicycle Sales Increase Leading To Shortage.
With gyms closed and many looking to get outside, bicycle sales have risen amid the pandemic. [NECN]
Looking For Some Great Gift Ideas For Father's Day.
From grill gear to buying the best cooler, here are 8 great ideas for Father's Day this June 21. [Boston Globe]
Medical Workers Take A Knee At. MetroWest Medical Center.
Workers took a knee on Friday to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. [WCVB]
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