Police Chiefs Retire Following Police Reform Bill.

The police chiefs of Newton and Framingham have both announced their retirements following the announcement of the Police Reform Bill. [WCVB]

Four Seasons Lays Off 192 Employees.

Employees and city officials are angry over the layoffs caused by the pandemic. [WCVB]

New Hampshire Firework Sales See An Increase In Sales.

Massive officials are concerned due to an overwhelming amount of complaints in Massive about fireworks. [CBS Boston]

MIT Plans To Welcome Back Less Than 60% Of Undergraduates In Fall.

The school plans to implement mandatory virus testing and will also prohibit large gatherings and lecture halls. [Boston Globe]

Oxford Gym Continues To Reject State Orders, Refuses To Close Down.

After a judge ruled that the city can take action, Prime Fitness still remains open to the public. [WCVB]

Families Of Men Killed By Boston Police Rally To Have Cases Reopened. 

The group Mass Action Against Police Brutality is asking the DA's Office to look into the deaths of Usaamah Rahim, Burrell Ramsey-White, and Terrence Coleman. [Patch]

Massachusetts Gaming Commission Talks Reopening Rules.

The commission has decided against allowing craps, roulette, and poker. [Masslive]

Shark Seasons Starts Off With Three Sightings In Cape Cod.

Three great whites were spotted on Wednesday by researchers near Monomoy Island. [NECN]

The University of Massachusetts Amherst Plans To Make Changes To Fall Semester.

The fall semester will begin two weeks earlier than normal with students to return home before Thanksgiving. [Masslive]

Ten Things To Do This Weekend In Boston.

In celebration of Juneteenth, there will be a slew of both virtual and in-person events taking place in the city. [Boston.com]

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