More Than 2,000 Educators Laid Off, Contract Not Renewed.
The Massachusetts Teachers Association shared on Tuesday that a majority of the educators that will not return this fall are teachers. [Boston Globe]
Massachusetts Man Biking Across The Country For Good Cause.
Seventy-four-year-old Sam Gloyd is biking solo across the United States to raise awareness for homelessness. [WCVB]
Christopher Columbus Statue In Worcester Vandalized.
The statue appears to have been vandalized overnight on Monday with red paint. [Masslive]
David Ortiz Issued A Restraining Order, According To Dominican News Outlet.
Ortiz was reportedly issued a restraining order after his former partner said he "intimidated and threatened her." [Patch]
Teen Pulled From SUV Before It Goes Up In Flames.
The Rockland teen was pulled out of the SUV by two men after striking a tree on Sunday. [WCVB]
Columbia Gas of Massachusetts Ordered To Pay $53 Million.
Following the Merrimack Valley explosions, Columbia Gas has been sentenced to pay millions and will also be sold off by its parent company. [Masslive]
With Limited Budgets, Schools Try To Figure Out How They Will Reopen.
Many schools are worried about reopening with additional costs needed for space to adhere to social distancing, protective gear, and more. [NECN]
Woman Discovers Pearl In Steamed Clam Dinner.
The woman discovered the white pearl while out to eat at a Dover restaurant. [WCVB]
Massachusetts Gaming Commission Votes On Safety Precautions To Reopen.
No reopening date has yet to be announced as casinos work to put precautions in place. [Masslive]
Gov. Baker Shares Coronavirus Testing For Protesters.
Baker shared that out of 17,617 tested 2.5% individuals were confirmed to have coronavirus. [WCVB]
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