Massachusetts Borrows Funds For Unemployment.

The state has begun borrowing money from the federal government this week to fund unemployment claims. [Masslive]

Gov. Baker Holds Press Conference To Discuss Struggling Families.

Baker held a press conference on Wednesday to discuss funding initiatives created for families struggling to pay housing costs and more. [NECN]

COVID-19 Vaccine Developed By Pfizer And BioNTech Releases Promising Clinical Data.

The results were released on Wednesday, sharing healthy immune responses by most patients with some experiencing fever and other side effects.  [Boston.com]

Law Firm Releases Findings On Arrest Of Clark University Students.

The law firm released in a report that university students conducted themselves in a non-violent or destructive manner during protests on June 1. [Masslive]

North End Opens Coronavirus Testing Site.

The new testing site is located at the Nazzaro Center parking lot and is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. [Boston.com]

Amazon To Open Eight Delivery Station Locations In Massachusetts.

Amazon is looking to fill thousands of positions, both full-time and part-time, within the state. [Patch]

AG Maura Healey Demands Fireworks Retailer In New  Hampshire Stop Mailing Ads.

Healey wants the firework retailer to stop mailing ads to Massachusetts residents. [Boston Globe]

New Strain Of Swine Flu Spreading In China.

Health officials are concerned the new strain has potential to create a new pandemic. [Boston.com]

Quarantine Restrictions Lifted For Seven States.

Gov. Baker and his administration will no longer require travelers from seven states to self-quarantine for 14 days. [Patch]

NFL Could Reportedly Cut Preseason In Half.

Per Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, the NFL is getting rid of games one and four of the preseason. [CBS Local]

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