Churches In Boston To Honor Victims Of COVID.
The Boston churches will join others around the country, ringing their bells on Wednesday at noon in remembrance of those who have died from COVID-19. [WCVB]
Boston Marathon 2021 Date Not Yet Announced.
A date won't be announced until early next year with organizers still working on reducing the size of the event. [Patch]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.
On Tuesday, state officials announced 3,659 new COVID-19 cases, 58 new deaths [Boston.com]
Quincy Resident Cooks Up Lasagna For Those In Need.
Nicky Bandera of Quincy has made more than 2,500 lasagnas for her neighbors in need since the start of the pandemic. [CBS Boston]
GoFundMe Launched For Victim Struck By Brick.
The page had been created for Emanuel Oliveras who was struck by a brick while driving in Worcester. [Masslive]
New England Culinary Institute To Close.
The institute will close its doors after teaching chefs for 40 years. [NBC Boston]
Boston Deaths Due To COVID Surpass Milestone.
More than 1,000 individuals in Boston have lost their lives to the virus, a "grim milestone", as shared by Mayor Walsh. [NECN]
Statue of Abraham Lincoln Removed In Boston.
The statie, located in Park Square, has been removed after city officials deemed it a perpetuator of "harmful prejudices." [Boston.com]
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