MBTA Announces Cuts Due To COVID.

The MBTA plans to make cuts to all of its services unless a government bailout helps the transit service get through the pandemic. [Boston.com]

Massachusetts Regal Cinemas To Close Hundreds Of Theaters.

The cinema giant has been forced to close hundreds of locations after being forced to shut their doors for months. [Masslive]

Scattered Storms Expected For Wednesday.

A weather alert has been issued as some of the state will also see strong winds on Wednesday. [NECN]

Massachusetts Issues Funding For Restaurants.

The state has issued grant money to help restaurants set up outside dining. [CBS Boston]

COVID-19 Hospitalizations On The Rise.

Hospitalizations have increased for the third day in a row in the state with more than 400 cases reported today. [WCVB]

Middleton Jail Sees Rise In Coronavirus Cases.

As of Saturday, the Essex County jail reported 25 inmates and 21 employees tested positive for coronavirus with visitation suspended. [CBS]

ICE Stopped By Activists In Lynn.

ICE was forced to release Rebelio Gonzalez after activists refused to move out of their way. [CBS Boston]

Boston’s Christopher Columbus Statue To Find New Home.

Mayor Walsh has shared that the previously vandalized statue will be placed in a new location. [Boston.com]

Gov. Baker Announces The State Will Not Decide On Halloween. 

Towns and cities will be given the choice if they plan to celebrate the annual holiday.  [Masslive]

Eddie Van Halen Dead At 65.

It was shared by a family member that Eddie Van Halen passed away on Tuesday after battling cancer. [Boston Globe]

Salem Asks Additional Visitors To Stay Home.

Salem hopes to avoid an increase in the coronavirus by asking those who haven't made reservations yet to stay home. [CBS Boston]

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