Memorial Service Held In Boston To Honor Floyd, Taylor, Arbery & More News

On Sunday, a memorial service was held to honor George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, all victims of brutality. [NBC Boston]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

State officials have reported 575 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday with 55 new deaths. [WCVB]

CDC Director Advises Protesters To Be Tested For Coronavirus.

Dr. Redfield pointed out that being within close proximity of others during protests and the use of tear gas by police causing individuals to cough are major ways the virus can spread. [WHDH]

Former New England Patriots Receiver Dies At Age 41.

Donald Caldwell died after being shot in the chest and the leg in Tampa Bay on Saturday. [Masslive]

World War II Veteran Surprised With Parade On Anniversary Of D-Day.

Police officers and firefighters of Billerica celebrated veteran John DiClemente on Saturday. [WCVB]

Police Seize Large Amounts Of Fireworks In South Boston.

Police seized the fireworks in the area of Gavin Way in South Boston on Friday night after receiving several complaints from residents. [Masslive]

UMass Boston Will No Longer Allow Massachusetts State Police To Use Campus.

The Massachusetts State Police can longer use the campus as an area for protests and other events after students complained of their actions at protests. [Masslive]

Springfield Police to Train Officers on Body-Worn Camera Program.

The department plans to train its force of 500 officers by the end of summer. [NECN]

Restaurants In Worcester's Canal District Pitch Closing Green Street.

Restaurant owners hope to open up more room for outside seating. [Masslive]

CNN Teams Up With Sesame Street.

The pair have teamed up for a special entitled “Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism." [Boston Globe]

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