More Than 10,000 Children Test Positive For COVID-19 In New England.
While no deaths have been reported in the state when it comes to cases involving children, many are worried that cases will increase if children do return to schools in the fall. [NECN]
Heat Advisory In Effect Until Wednesday Evening.
With temperatures reaching into triple digits, the National Weather Service has issued a heat warning for Boston and Worcester County. [WCVB]
Individuals From Environmentalist Group Arrested For Trespassing In Boston.
Eight individuals were arrested on Monday evening after hanging a banner across the Citgo sign. [Masslive]
Gov. Baker Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions On Tuesday.
Gov. Baker announced the new restrictions regarding alcohol service in restaurants, the size of gatherings, and more in order to stop the increase in coronavirus cases. [Boston.com]
UMass Cancels Football For The 2020 Season.
The school has decided to cancel the season due to the concerns involving the coronavirus. [WCVB]
Boston Commons Painted To Remind Citygoers To Social Distance.
Large stenciled leaves have been painted around the Parkman Bandstand as a way to remind people to maintain a safe distance from one another. [Patch]
Celtics To Finish Final Week Of Regular Season.
With only a few games left, the Celtics will play their final season game against the Wizards on Thursday. [Boston Globe]
Dozens Of Dolphins Found Stranded On Beach In Cape Cod.
Roughly 50 dolphins were found on Wellfleet Beach over the weekend. Several volunteers came to the dolphins' aid. [WCVB]
Massachusetts Shares List Of 33 Communities At High Rick For Coronavirus.
The communities at high and moderate risk were shared on a map during a press conference held by Gov. Baker on Tuesday. Baker discussed schools throughout the state welcoming back students. [Patch]
Family Files Lawsuit Against Boston Police.
The family of Justin Root filed a lawsuit on Monday, accusing the police of withholding medical attention and more from Root. [Masslive]
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