Mayor Walsh 'Hopes' For In-Person Schooling This Fall.
While the mayor acknowledged that there will be online learning, he hopes students will be able to attend school in person as well. [WCVB]
Boston University To Use Untraditional Slogan To Raise Awareness Surrounding COVID-19.
The newly adopted slogan “F*ck It Won’t Cut It” will be used to draw “public awareness of safe and smart actions and behaviors for college and university students in a COVID-19 environment.” [Boston.com]
State Education Officials Release New Guidance For Schools.
Education officials have created a color-coded map, informing schools about cases in their community to help guide them about students return to school. [Masslive]
Dating App Use Goes Wrong For One Man.
The man was held by taser and robbed at a Boston hotel by a woman he met online. [CBS Boston]
Massachusetts State Police Remind Citizens They Are Allowed To Break Car Windows To Save Animals.
With high temperatures here and still on the horizon, the State Police are reminding the public they are allowed to save animals left in hot cars. [WHDH]
Colleges In Boston To Offer Pandemic Related Courses.
From Tufts To Regis College, many colleges are offering courses this fall. [Boston Herald]
Parent Group Holds Rally At Statehouse.
The group is pushing for in-person learning for students this fall. [WCVB]
Massachusetts Sees Another Day of Increased COVID-19 Cases.
On Tuesday, New England reported 638 new cases of the virus with 12 deaths. [NECN]
Newton School Committee Delays Vote On Schools Reopening Plans.
Members of the committee decided to postpone the vote to learn more about the new guidelines issued by the state. [Boston Globe]
District Attorney Rachael Rollins Speaks Against Massachusetts Bail Fund.
D.A. Rollins addressed the Massachusetts Bail Fund and how they have come to the aid of repeat offenders. [Boston Herald]
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