Landlords Suing Massachusetts Over Eviction Ban.

Several landlords in the state have filed a federal suit, calling the ban on evictions unconstitutional. [Boston.com]

Six Massachusetts Colleges At Risk To Close.

A recent analysis conducted by a professor in New York lists colleges such as Mount Holyoke College, Clark University, UMass Boston, among others, that could close due to the hardships from COVID-19. [Masslive]

An Excited Cam Newton Has Arrived In Boston.

Newton has arrived in time to begin training camp with the New England Patriots. [Boston Globe]

Rhode Island Man Discovered To Be 'Serial Rapist'.

The man is accused of raping a woman who he picked up at a downtown Boston bar. He may also be connected to 7 other rapes, per Attorney Rachael Rollins who called him an "alleged serial rapist."[Boston Herald]

Complaints Of Unsafe Working Conditions Continue.

The Massachusetts Attorney General's office has recently more than 1,000 complaints from employees since the state began reopening in May. [WCVB]

Massachusetts Sees Increase In Coronavirus Cases.

Health officials reported 2,586 confirmed cases of COVID-19 last week compared with 2,712 new cases this week. [NECN]

Whitey Bulger's Girlfriend No Longer On House Arrest.

Catherine Greig was officially taken off of house arrest on Thursday. [Patch]

Mike Tyson Will Return To Boxing.

The 56-year-old Tyson will reportedly fight against Roy Jones Jr. on September 12th. [Masslive]

Second Coronavirus Check Confirmed.

Senate Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed on Tuesday that Americans will receive a second coronavirus check as part of the next bill. [Forbes]

Mayor Walsh Asks Boston College Students To Take Precautions.

Walsh asked that students 'police themselves' and not party in order to avoid an increase in COVID-19 cases and to ensure a safe return to school in the fall. [CBS Boston]

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