Boston Public Schools Will Not Begin Until End Of September.
Superintendent Brenda Cassellius has shared that students will not return to school until September 21st. [WCVB]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases Massachusetts.
Massachusetts health officials reported 378 new coronavirus cases with 27 new deaths in New England on Wednesday. [NECN]
New Hampshire Tightens Restrictions In Time For Bike Week.
The Division of Enforcement and Licensing is reminding all restaurant and bar owners of the necessary precautions to take to avoid a coronavirus spike during the popular week for bikers. [NECN]
Former Member Of Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association Charged With Sexual Assualt On Young Girl, Bail Set At $100K.
Patrick M. Rose, a former president of the association, is accused of raping a young girl over the course of five years. [Boston Globe]
Return Of Roulette & Craps At Casinos Rejected By Gaming Commission.
Due to the current number of cases of the coronavirus, the commission has rejected the request until overall public health improves. [Masslive]
Some Students Of Clark University Against In-Person Reopening.
Hundreds of students have signed a petition, concerned with the university's plans to fully reopen in the fall. [CBS Boston]
Patriots Player Dustin Woodard To Retire From NFL.
The 22-year-old rookie has decided to retire due to reasons related to COVID-19. [Masslive]
Experts Warn That Hybrid Learning For Schools Could Be Risky.
Some infectious disease experts believe a hybrid model could mean more of a public health disaster. [NECN]
Drone Responsible For Red Sox Game Delay.
The team was facing off against the Rays on Thursday when a drone just outside of the park caused a delay. [Boston.com]
Worcester Students To Begin Fall Semester Online.
The school committee voted in favor of online learning only on Thursday night. [CBS Boston]
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