Three Communities In The State See Rise In COVID-19 Cases.

Boston has reported the highest amount of testing conducted and coronavirus cases within the last 14 days. [WHDH]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

Massachusetts health officials reported 320 cases of coronavirus as of Saturday with 12 new deaths related to the virus.  [Masslive]

Protest Held In Copley Plaza In Support Of Those Who Died In Beirut.

Many came together to support the people of Beirut who lost their lives in the blast that has been blamed on [CBS Boston]

Eight Great White Sharks Seen In Cape Cod On Sunday.

Several beaches in the area were closed around noon following the shark sightings. [NECN]

Revolution Announces String Of Upcoming Games.

The team has announced six upcoming games as the season resumes. []

Communities Seen As High-Risk For EEE Will See Pesticide Spraying.

Both Plymouth and Bristol county will be sprayed after a young boy tested positive for EEE.  [WHDH]

Holyoke Mayor Accused Of Inappropriate Conduct.

Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse is being investigated following complaints that he had inappropriate relationships with UMass students. [Boston Globe]

Boston University & Emerson College Hacked.

The cyberattack happened in May. Students' financial accounts were reportedly not compromised.  []

Nursing Homes Still Struggling With PPE Supplies.

Many nursing homes are concerned about access to supplies due to a possible second wave of coronavirus cases. [Boston Herald]

Baystate Health In Springfield Reports 33% Increase In Hospitalizations Due To COVID-19.

The increase is reported to have occurred due to an outbreak caused by an employee who works at the  hospital. [Masslive]

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