Boston University Investigating Possible Cheating Scandal.

The university is looking into reports that students have been utilizing online websites to get answers to their tests. [WCVB]

Funeral Home In Brooklyn Discovered To Have Put Dozens Of Bodies On Ice In Rented Trucks. 

The Andrew T. Cleckley Funeral Home's cooler is said to have failed. The home was fined for failing to control the odor noticed by neighbors.   [Boston.com]

New England Patriots Reportedly Eyeing Andy Dalton.

Dalton was cut by the Bengals on Thursday and it seems the Patriots may be considering Dalton for the upcoming season. [Masslive]

Walmart Store In Worcester Shut Down Temporarily.

The location was shut down after 23 employees tested positive, most of those cases within 7 days. [WCVB]

UMass Amherst Graduate Student Rana Zoe Mungin Dies After Being Denied Testing.

The 30-year-old Mungin had exhibited respiratory systems but was denied testing twice by Brooklyn’s Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center. [Masslive]

Gillette Stadium To Host Blood Drives For Coronavirus.

The blood drives will be held in April and May. [WCVB]

Chelsea Residents Asked to Stay Home 24/7 Due To High Infection Rate.

The city reportedly has an infection rate worse than New York. [CBS Local]

Update: Massachuetts Latest Coronavirus Cases.

Health officials have reported 157 new coronavirus deaths with 1,940 new cases. [Masslive]

Massachusetts Sees An Additional 70,000 Unemployment Claims.

Close to 900,000 residents have filed claims since the start of the pandemic. [CBS Local]

John Krasinski Hosts A Potluck With Martha Stewart and Guy Fieri.

Krasinski hosted a dinner party on his YouTube show Some Good News. [Boston.com]

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