Some Massachusetts Parents Pushing For In-Person Learning.

Parents want to see their children go back to school, urging state officials for in-person learning.  [CBS Boston]

Next Phase Of Reopening To Occur Monday.

Gov. Baker has announced plans for the reopening of performance venues as well as recreation businesses. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

As of Tuesday, Massachusetts officials reported 8 new COVID-19 deaths and 450 new cases. []

Looking For A Great Pumpkin Patch In Boston?

Here is a list of some of the best pumpkin patches in the city. [Patch]

Natick And Hopkinton Schools Switch To Remote Learning.

Due to student parties and an increase in coronavirus, both school systems have temporarily moved to remote learning. [Boston Globe]

High Winds, Heavy Rain Expected Over Night Throughout Parts Of The State.

Heavy rain and high winds will arrive after midnight for much of the state. [NECN]

Man Charged With Attempted Rape After Assaulting Female In Boston Public Garden.

Luan Maxwell, 30, was taken in by police on Tuesday morning. [CBS Boston]

Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Dump Truck In Boston.

The young woman was struck at Andrew Square on Tuesday morning. She died from her injuries after being rushed to the hospital. [WCVB

Several Boston University Students To Face Punishment Following Party.

A disciplinary meeting was held for roughly 20 students on Tuesday after the group attended a beer party over the weekend.  [NBC]

Massachusetts Convenience Stores Allowed To Reopen Self Serve Drink Stations.

Customers may now use fountain soda machines and coffee machines after a four-month shutdown. [WCVB]

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