MBTA Defends Decision To Close Stations Due To Protests.
The MBTA has shared that due to the instability of the current protests they decided to shut down certain stations upon the advice of the Transit Police. [WCVB]
Nursing Homes Are Now Reopen To Visitors.
Nursing homes have now been reopened to visitors but with restrictions in place. [Boston Herald]
Rep. Ayanna Pressley Defends D.A. Rachael Rollins.
Pressley called on the police union to apologize to the D.A. after the union slammed Rollins for her comments on Twitter. [Boston.com]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.
Health officials have shared 412 new cases with 50 reported deaths. [CBS Local]
FBI Warns Massachusetts Police Departments Rioters Searching For Address Of Officers.
The FBI did not disclose details only sharing that they made departments aware of a possible threat. [Masslive]
New England Patriots Devin and Jason McCourty Call Out Drew Brees.
The twins took to Twitter to call out Brees who made comments about those who take a knee during the National Anthem. [Patch]
Mayor Walsh & Other Officials Watching Coronavirus Cases Carefully.
Walsh shared that officials are keeping an eye on cases as the state moves towards announcing the date of phase two of its reopening. [WCVB]
Early Morning Double Shooting In Dorchester Leaves One Dead.
One man was left dead with another injured. The incident is currently under investigation. [Boston Herald]
Brigham And Women’s Hospital Nurses Show Their Support For Protesters.
On Wednesday, nurses took a knee in a silent demonstration outside of the hospital to show their support. [CBS Local]
Rev. Al Sharpton Announces Planned March In Washington.
Sharpton announced the planned August march while giving George Floy's eulogy. [Masslive]
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