Fans Will Not Attend Games At Gillette Stadium Through September.
After discussing the NFL season with the Massachusetts Reopening Advisory Board, fans will not be allowed to attend games [Patriots]
Beacon Hill Residents Had Bricks Thrown Their Windows.
Police are currently looking into the incident involving two homes who had Black Lives Matter signs in their windows. [WCVB]
Mayor Walsh Shares City Undecided About School Reopening Plan.
Walsh shared that officials are still working to decide how students will return in the fall. [7 News]
Massachusetts To Spend $3.3 Million To Help Families In Need.
The funding will be spent to help aid families who are struggling to put food on the table due to the pandemic. [WHDH]
Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.
Massachusetts health officials have reported 175 new cases of coronavirus with 6 new deaths. [CBS Boston]
Majority Of Schools In The State Set To Welcome Students Back For Face To Face Learning In The Fall.
On Tuesday, Gov. Baker shared in a press that roughly 70% of more than 350 school districts plan to utilize a hybrid model of learning which includes welcoming students back in person. [Patch]
Gordon Hayward Injured During Game Against Sixers.
Hayward was seen exiting game one of the playoffs with a walking boot. [Masslive]
Boston University and Boston College Encouraged To Start Fall Semester Remotely.
Boston City Councilor Elizabeth Breadon is urging both colleges to avoid face to face learning due to the risk for coronavirus. [Boston.com]
Video Footage Captured Of Man, Woman Driving Into Boston Harbour May Help Answer Questions.
The video footage obtained by investigators shows Tatianna Morales and Djovany Pierre crashing through the guardrails at the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. [Masslive]
Cheers At Faneuil Hall Marketplace Will Permanently Be Closing.
Cheers is closing at the end of the month due to the coronavirus and issues with the landlord, Owner and Chef Markus Ripperger has shared. [CBS Boston]
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