Today is Thursday, June 23. Here are some of the top stories we are following today.
Chatham health officials are alerting restaurants after nine people, with restaurant ties, tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a house party in Chatham earlier this month.
Dr. Robert Duncanson, Director of Chatham's Department of Public Health, said social distancing and mask-wearing was not enforced at the party that around 60 people attended. That decision is now impacting the Cape community.
"Young people here in the summer, are often working at restaurants and they're hanging out with each other," said Tracy Shields, owner of Hangar B in Chatham.
Also Across MA
A Rhode Island man charged in January with posing as an Uber driver to kidnap and rape a woman after she left a Boston bar has been charged with "chillingly similar crimes" against seven other women.
Alvin Campbell, the brother of Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell, was already being held on $250,000 bail. He now faces multiple charges of rape, kidnapping, and recording a nude person without consent for crimes that allegedly happened between 2017 and 2019.
Investigators say Campbell targeted women at or near bars who were intoxicated and had summoned a ride share driver.
Greig is the longtime girlfriend of the Boston mobster and served a multi-year sentence for harboring a fugitive after being on the run with Bulger for 16 years. She is now living with her sister Margaret McCusker after serving time in a Massachusetts halfway house.
Red Sox lefthander Eduardo Rodriguez is suffering from "minor complications" due to COVID-19 and will be shut down while he recovers.
Boston manager Ron Roenicke made the announced Thursday, one day before the Red Sox start a much-delayed, long-awaited shortened season. Rodriguez, whose infection was made public weeks ago, had initially been slated to start Opening Day at Fenway Park.
Roenicke didn't go into details about what was bothering Rodriguez, other than to say it was lingering effects from the virus and not unique to the 27-year-old.
Applicants for the $500 "Devil's advocate" scholarships are asked to describe a teacher who crushed your spirit...and made you hate" school.
"They're in their own homes, safe, and able to explore what they want to explore. [They're] basically inviting us in."
The Sharon man had in his possession 31,000 pages of classified information, some of which pertained to U.S. missile defense.
Students might attend virtual classes through October before beginning a hybrid learning model, according to officials.
Nearby businesses complained they were being negatively impacted by the closed town-owned lot where the tent is set up.