Gov. Baker Clarifies Rules For Nonessential Businesses.

With many business owners hoping to be included in the reopening of the state, Gov. Baker has clarified who can open. [Boston.com]

Update: Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

Here is the latest news on coronavirus in Massachusetts. [Boston.com]

Police Look To Public For Help In Possible South End Kidnapping.

The kidnapping reportedly occurred between Northampton Street and Harrison Avenue around 4 p.m. on Wednesday. [Boston Globe]

Federal Judge Issues Order To Allow Gun Shops To Reopen.

US District Judge Douglas P. Woodlock made the decision today by virtual hearing. [Boston Globe]

Boston Residents In Need To Receive Milk On Thursday.

Dairy Farmers of America have donated more than 8,000 gallons will be given out [WCVB]

Golf Courses Are Now Open In Massachusetts.

Golf courses opened today with the stipulation that golf carts, bunker rakes, and caddies are not allowed to be used. [Masslive]

North End Italian Festival Canceled.

The festival has been canceled due to the pandemic. [Boston Herald]

Major League Baseball Eying July Return.

The MLB plans to make a proposal to the association by the end of the week. [Masslive]

Mendon Drive-In Hopes To Open To The Public.

The co-owner of the drive-in is pushing on Gov. Baker to allow him to reopen. [Boston.com]

Border Restrictions Could Be Extended.

While restrictions inside the United States may begin to ease, it appears borders may be shut down longer. [NECN]

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