Activists In Boston Protest Breonna Taylor Case.

A peaceful protest was held on Wednesday evening in Boston after none of the officers involed in the Breonna Taylor case were charged. [WCVB]

Massachusetts Nursing Homes Can Now Allow Visitors.

Indoor visits at nursing homes within the state may resume beginning Friday, Sept. 25. [Masslive]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

As of Thursday, Massachusetts officials reported 15 new COVID-19 deaths and 455 new cases. [Boston.com]

Boston Housing Authority To Assist 25 Eligible Veterans.

The 25 veterans will receive affordable housing and supportive services. [Patch]

Gov. Baker Activates 1,000 National Guard Members. 

Baker has activated 1,000 members due to possible protests. [WCVB]

Robert Kraft Prostitution Charges Dropped.

In an effort to avoid “broader, negative implications” involving future investigations, the charges were dropped on Thursday. [CBS Boston]

Massachusetts Department of Corrections Will Now Allow Visitors.

Correctional facilities may now receive visitors as of Sept. 28th. [Masslive]

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