Gov. Baker Warns Of Restrictions If Coronavirus Cases Increase.

Baker has shared that if coronavirus cases continue to rise business restrictions may be rolled back as well as the size of gatherings and more.  [WCVB]

Rhode Island No Longer Exempt From Quarantine Order.

Gov. Baker is asking all visitors from Rhode Island to once again quarantine for 14 days or show proof they are virus-free. [Boston.com]

Some Say Cam Newton Won't Be Able To Handle Bill Belichick.

“This is just my opinion, but I don’t feel like Cam can take the pressure of coaches talking down about his play,” former teammate Kyle Love shared. [Masslive]

Clorox Wipes Shortage Expected To Last Until 2021.

With such high demand in the last several months due to the pandemic and the flu, Clorox hopes to be able to meet the demands of customers. [CBS Boston]

MBTA Appoints New Safety Chief, Ronald L. Ester Jr.

Ester has been appointed to work on “strategic policy development, management, and oversight of safety programs” officials said. [WHDH]

Restaurant Owners Begin To Worry As Winter Approaches.

Without the attraction of outside dining in the coming months and an increase in coronavirus cases, many wonder if they will have to shut down their restaurants for good. [Boston Globe]

Thousands Of Residents Across New England Without Power.

Most of the damage sustained from Tropical Storm Isaias was due to fallen trees. [NECN]

Smith College Students To Learn Online Only This Fall.

Smith President Kathleen McCartney made the announcement, citing a ‘troubling new phase’ in the pandemic.  [Masslive]

Investigation Underway In North End Following Reported Sexual Assualt.

Police are looking into a Sunday morning incident where an unknown male attempted to assault a woman. [WCVB]

Boston Police Officers Received Millions In Overtime Pay.

Officers in the city were paid roughly $5 million in overtime to manage protests. [Masslive]

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