Massachusetts Changes Rules For Reopening Of Child Care, Camps.

The state has revised the guidelines for child care facilities and camps following complaints from facilities. [WCVB]

Five Springfield Officers Re-Suspended.

After being suspended for their involvement in a brawl, the mayor of Springfield has chosen not to re-suspend the officers in light of a current change to procedures. [Masslive]

First Photos Of Tom Brady In a Buccaneers Uniform Released.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers tweeted the image of Brady in uniform on Tuesday. [Boston.com]

Boston Children’s Hospital Named The Nation’s 'Top Pediatric' Facility.

This is the seventh consecutive year Boston Children's Hospital has made the list published by U.S. News rankings. [Masslive]

WBZ Puts Phantom Gourmet On Haitus.

The network placed the show on hiatus after the CEO of Phantom Gourmet mocked the protests on his Facebook page. [Patch]

United Airlines Plans To Ban Passengers Who Do Not Wear Masks.

Passengers who refuse to wear masks will also be placed on the internal restrictions list. [Masslive]

Recall Issued For Ground Beef Sold At Walmart.

Lakeside Refrigerated Services has recalled 43,000 pounds of ground beef that was produced on June 1.​ [Patch]

Overnight Raids See 32 Gang Members Arrested. 

The individuals booked for violent crimes belong to the Boston street gang NOB. [Boston Herald]

Massachusetts Home Sales Drop Significantly In May Due To Pandemic.

The number of homes on the market dropped by roughly 43% from May 2019 to May 2020. [CBS Boston]

A Pop-Up Site Designated For COVID-19 Protesters Shares Results.

The Roxbury site has shared that out of 1,288 individuals tested, 14 have tested positive for coronavirus. [WCVB]

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