Massachusetts Officials Warn Residents Of EEE.
Gov. Baker and his administration are warning residents of an active season involving Eastern Equine Encephalitis. [Boston Herald]
Brooks Brothers File For Bankruptcy.
The retail giant who has been in business since 1818 filed for bankruptcy this week. [Masslive]
Thunderstorms To Return Wednesday Due To Humid Weather.
Potentially severe thunderstorms with fast winds and possible hail are expected across the state on Wednesday. [Masslive]
Driver Speeds Through Black Lives Matter Rally.
A male driver sped through a peaceful protest on Tuesday in Newton. No one was injured in the incident. [WCVB]
President Trump To Cut Federal Aid To Schools That Do Not Reopen.
President Trump wants to see schools return to normal this fall with practical and affordable guidelines in place. [Boston Globe]
Harvard And MIT Suing ICE Over New Foreign Student Policy.
Harvard President Lawrence Bacow has spoken out, calling the policy that forces foreign students to return home if their college opts to teach online an illegal move by the Trump administration. [Boston Herald]
Woman Dies After Being Struck On I-93.
Authorities believe the 43-year-old Tewksbury woman was ejected from a vehicle in a crash prior to being struck. [Boston.com]
Kyrie Irving Produces Breonna Taylor TV Special.
Irving, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, and more collaborated on the special seeking justice for Breonna Taylor. [Boston.com]
Massachusetts Opens Additional Coronavirus Testing Sites.
Along with the opening of new sites and an increase in testing, Gov. Baker and his administration have launched a new initiative called "Stop the Spread". [Patch]
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