Massachusetts House Passes Economic Growth Bill.

The $459 million funds will help aid local non-profits, projects, and more affected by the coronavirus. [Masslive]

Several Cape Cod Lifeguards Test Positive For Coronavirus.

Cape Cod town officials shared that 8 lifeguards tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.

Massachusetts health officials reported 356 new coronavirus cases with 29 new deaths as of Wednesday. [Boston Globe]

Details Released In Maine Shark Attack.

The New York woman was killed roughly 20 yards from the shore off of Bailey Island. [Boston.com]

A Handful Of Rhode Island Restaurants Cited For COVID-19 Violations.

Ten establishments were cited for violations involving not wearing a mask, not social distancing, and more. [NECN]

Convenience Store Owners Meet With City Officials.

Store owners are working to get support for Tanjim Siam, 23, a store clerk who was shot in the head during a robbery and is now in a coma. [Boston Globe]

Officials Warn Residents Receiving Seeds In The Mail. 

Officials are warning residents who receive the seeds in the mail not to plant them as they might be an invasive plant species. [Boston.com]

FBI Seen Searching Buildings In North End.

Few details about the FBI's search have been released after agents were seen on Fulton Street on Wednesday. [CBS Boston]

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