Boston Marathon Planned For September May Be Rescheduled.

Mayor Walsh shared on Tuesday that it is possible the Boston Marathon may see another date change given the coronavirus. [WCVB]

Massachusetts Beaches To Open Next Week.

Beaches will open just in time for Memorial Day with new safety guidelines. [Boston.com]

Some Front Line Workers, Doctors, Lawmakers, And More Oppose State Opening.

They believe Gov. Baker's plan is based more on dates than data. [Boston Herald]

Worcester Planning Virtual Memorial Day Ceremonies.

City Manager Edward Augustus Jr. announced that the city will hold virtual ceremonies to honor veterans while keeping residents safe. [Masslive]

Boston University Students Petition For Cheaper Summer Tuition Rates. 

Students that were scheduled to study abroad were forced to experience London via Zoom classes. [NECN]

Mayor Walsh Addresses Reopening Plan.

Walsh reminded the public that upon opening the state things must be different. [Boston.com]

Hunger Games Novel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Released.

The novel was released on May 19, ten years after the last novel, Mockingjay. [Masslive]

UMass Amherst Announces Staff Furloughs.

The university is struggling financially due to the pandemic and has asked staff to take five days without pay among other changes. [Masslive]

Ayanna Pressley Believes The State 'Isn't Ready To Reopen'.

Pressley shared on Twitter that she believes it is too soon and has been fielding calls from worried families. [Patch]

Return Date For Boston Sports Team Still Pending.

Gov. Baker did not address professional sports teams in his phased reopening plans. [Boston.com]

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