Hundreds Of Boston Restaurants Given Permission For Outdoor Dining.

Mayor Walsh has shared that hundreds of restrictions have been granted permits for outside dining. [WCVB]

Harvard Has Been Named 'Top College' In World.

MIT was second on the list conducted by Center For World University Rankings. [Masslive]

Christopher Columbus Statue In North End To Be Removed.

The city plans to remove the statue that was vandalized and assess its meaning. [WCVB]

Gov. Charlie Baker Sympathizes With Massachusetts High School Graduates.

"I feel terrible about how all this has played out for you," Baker shared. [Masslive]

Boston City Council Pushes To Ban Use Of Facial Recognition Technology.

Councilors Michelle Wu and Ricardo Arroyo have voiced their views on the technology they believe could result in racial bias and more. [Boston Herald]

Coronavirus Vaccine Developed By Beth Israel And Johnson & Johnson.

Testing on humans is slated to begin in July. [Boston Globe]

Employees Of Allie’s Donuts In Rhode Island Receive Threats.

Some employees are staying home after they received threats from customers after the donut shop stopped giving discounts to the police. [Boston Globe]

Boston Pride 2020 Celebrates Virtually With Light Ceremony.

Boston Pride decorated both Blackstone and Franklin Square Park on Tuesday with pink lights to remember those who died due to HIV/AIDS. [NECN

Residents March In Support Of Teachers Laid Off In Franklin.

More than a hundred teachers were laid off in Franklin due to budget cuts that will affect more than 10 schools in the area. [Boston 25 News]

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