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Walsh, Baker extend shutdowns as coronavirus cases increase
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Walsh, Baker extend shutdowns as coronavirus cases increase
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A Domestic and Global Issue hosted by Tufts University School of Medicine:  A Domestic and Global Issue hosted by Tufts University School of Medicine
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Stay home!
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Stay home!
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A special message from BECMA regarding Coronavirus
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A special message from BECMA regarding Coronavirus
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City, state agree to benchmarks for progress in schools
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City, state agree to benchmarks for progress in schools
Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius last week signed a memorandum of understanding with State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley agreeing on a course of action to correct inequities in the city’s schools.
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No DESE intervention without parent input
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No DESE intervention without parent input
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Democratic unity will provide quality leadership for the nation
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Democratic unity will provide quality leadership for the nation
The most ill-advised of actions is to have Sanders and Biden sniping at each other while Americans are fully concerned with how to survive COVID-19. Trump has been clearly ineffective as the leader to assuage the public’s fears. The emergence of a sound Democratic Party leader is required.
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Science Club for Girls 2020 Catalyst Awards
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April 01, 2020
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Black businesses in peril
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Black businesses in peril
A survey conducted by the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts (BECMA) found that 90% of respondents are currently experiencing a somewhat to severe negative financial impact due to the crisis.
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Arroyo calls for moratorium on mortgages, rents
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Arroyo calls for moratorium on mortgages, rents
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Local, state government respond to coronavirus crisis
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Local, state government respond to coronavirus crisis
Sunday at 3 p.m., Mayor Martin Walsh held a press conference announcing restrictions on public gatherings and restricting bars and restaurants to operate at 50 percent capacity. But at 6 p.m., Gov. Charlie Baker issued an even more dire set of restrictions, ordering all restaurants and bars closed and banning public gatherings of more than 25 people.
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In Boston's neighborhoods an uneven response to the coronavirus epidemic
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In Boston's neighborhoods an uneven response to the coronavirus epidemic
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Housing Court postpones evictions due to COVID-19 outbreak
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Housing Court postpones evictions due to COVID-19 outbreak
As of today, the Massachusetts Housing Court will postpone evictions in the state due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
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George B. Henderson Foundation applicant forum
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George B. Henderson Foundation applicant forum
April 01, 2020
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Books by black authors to savor while social distancing
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Books by black authors to savor while social distancing
Reading has long been an escape from the challenges of everyday life. While Bostonians stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s become more important than ever.
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Get your art fix — virtually
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Arts & Culture
Get your art fix — virtually
The doors to the Museum of Fine Arts may be closed, but the MFA and other cultural institutions are finding new ways to showcase their collections while shuttered because of COVID-19 precautions. Many museums have launched virtual tours, streamed performances and offered collection databases chock-full of interesting information.
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