Thousands Without Power Following Overnight Storm.
Man residents were left without power after high winds and heavy rain pounded the state overnight on Monday. [WCVB]
MCAS Testing Will Reportedly Restart This Spring.
MCAS testing was suspended due to the coronavirus. Educators are now working on contingency plans. [NBC Boston]
Update: Latest Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts.
As of Wednesday, Massachusetts state officials have reported 32 new deaths due to COVID-19 with 510 new cases. [Boston.com]
Thousands Of Ballots Rejected In Primary Election.
Roughly 18,000 ballots were rejected due to missing the deadline, missing signatures, and more. [NECN]
Emu Seen Roaming Around Haverhill.
The emu was rescued by animal control. It is unclear where the animal came from. [NECN]
Boston Now Tagged Red Following Increase In COVID Cases.
The city will not enter into the latest phase on Monday. [Boston Globe]
Patriots' James White, Damien Harris Back On The Field.
White appeared at practice on Wednesday following the tragic death of his father. Harris also returned following a finger injury. [Boston.com]
Warning Issued For Return Of Bacteria In Charles River.
The Charles River Watershed Association has shared that people and their pets should not come in contact with the water. [CBS Boston]
Car Rental Service Kyte Coming To Boston.
Kytebrings rental cars right to the door of customers. [Boston Globe]
A Guide To Questions On The 2020 Ballot.
A look at the two ballot questions for the Nov. 3rd election explained. [NBC Boston]
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