New Bill To Be Introduced To Protect Consumers From Price Gouging.
The new bill will be introduced on Wednesday to prohibit retailers from price gouging. [WCVB]
Mayor Walsh Announces No New Coronavirus Deaths For The State.
Walsh shared the good news on Wednesday during his press conference. [WHDH]
Gov. Baker Avoids Addressing What Businesses Can Open During Wednesday Update.
Baker focused on other issues, declining to answer questions until additional data on coronavirus cases in the state can be reviewed. [Patch]
Boston Children's Hospital Reports Cases Of Pediatric Inflammatory Syndrome.
Cases of the mysterious syndrome are thought to be COVID-19 related and first appeared in children in New York. [Patch]
Restaurant Owners Pushing For Gov. Baker To Let Them Reopen.
Restaurant owners are asking to reopen on May 18 under the guidelines of limited capacity. [WCVB]
Twelfth Baptist Church In Roxbury Donating Funds To Those In Need.
The church has donated roughly $125K to those in need that are struggling during the pandemic. [Boston Herald]
Some Construction To Resume In Boston.
Construction will resume by the end of the month with safety measures set to be put in place. [Boston.com]
Soldiers' Home in Holyoke To See Major Overhaul.
Following a devastating coronavirus outbreak, the facility will see an overhaul in management. [NECN]
Marcus Smart Donates Meals To Health Care Workers.
To show his appreciation for front line workers, Smart donated 50 meals to UMass Memorial Medical Center staff. [WHDH]
New Somerville Restaurant Shares How They Survived The Pandemic.
Barra of Somerville had to get creative after opening just prior to the coronavirus outbreak. [Boston.com]
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