Boston May Reroute Non-Violent 911 Calls.

Several city council members have proposed rerouting some non-violent calls away from the police department. [WCVB]

New Details Released In Shooting Of Braintree Nurse.

Details of the murder of Laurie Melchionda were shared in court virtually during Robert Bonang's arraignment on Thursday. [NECN]

Report: MLB Teams To Hold Spring Training In Their Own Cities.

Each team will reportedly take part in spring training for 2-3 weeks if and when the season restarts. [Masslive]

Boston Restaurant Owners Excited To Reopen Indoor Dining.

The reopening indoor dining will finally allow many to operate or add additional seating. [WHDH]

Patriots Season Ticket Holders Can Opt-Out Due To COVID-19.

Ticker holders who are considered high-risk for coronavirus can defer their plan for this season, securing their seats for 2021. [Masslive]

Family Of Molly Bish Planning Remembrance. 

June 27 will mark the 20th anniversary of Molly Bish's disappearance. [Masslive]

Dozens Protest After Oxford Gym Is Forced To Shut Down. 

Many protested after the locks were changed on the owner with utilities shut down. [WHDH]

City of Worcester’s 100 Highest Wage Earners Released.

Wages were released when a number of residents demanded the police be defunded.  [Masslive]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases Reported.

Health officials have reported 30 new deaths due to COVID-19 with 125 new cases. [NECN]

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