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Recent articles by Arianna:

Beach cleared, closed after crowd doesn’t properly socially distance

A video shows dozens of people forced to leave the Beverly beach after police show up. → Read More

Rutland Police Det. John Songy dies from COVID-19

Songy 48, had been hospitalized since early May. → Read More

‘She didn’t give up’: 103-year-old woman celebrates COVID-19 recovery with Bud Light

Jennie Stejna is a great-great-grandmother who loved listening to the Red Sox on the radio, her family says. → Read More

How authorities ultimately captured alleged killer Peter Manfredonia

Manfredonia, a 23-year-old UConn student, was arrested around 9 p.m. Wednesday night in Hagerstown, Maryland. → Read More

Maura Healey launches investigation into Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley in Littleton

The senior care facility has been openly criticized for its handling of the virus. → Read More

A driver allegedly racing in Lowell struck 2 pedestrians, killing both

Tyriek Brown, 26, of Everett, is being charged with motor vehicle homicide and manslaughter. → Read More

Officer-involved shooting reported in Haverhill

The incident occurred on Thorndike Street, authorities said. → Read More

A tale of 2 gyms: As one owner grapples with guidelines, another defies them outright

Laury Hammel of Longfellow Health Clubs said he was "pretty upset" about gyms being placed in Phase 3. Prime Fitness in Oxford, meanwhile, is open for business – for now. → Read More

Here’s a look at the planned phased increase in service for the MBTA

Phase 1 plans to keep service as it is, with gradual increases in service added in future phases. → Read More

Malden City Council president apologizes for parking lot birthday bash

The police were called to the Wednesday night get-together, which included a DJ and a parade. → Read More

Weymouth man, 37, accused of killing father, 61

William Walling Jr. is set to be arraigned on Monday. → Read More

Dover man accused of murdering his wife

Kathleen McLean, 45, was last seen on Thursday. → Read More

Here's what open houses look like during the COVID-19 pandemic

In Greater Boston and its environs, there are 900+ open houses this weekend, a search in the Multiple Listing Service shows. | realestate.boston.com → Read More

Nurses union continues to air concerns over decontaminated N95 masks

In contrast, Battelle, the company that created the mask decontamination system in Somerville, says they've received positive reviews from the Boston medical community. → Read More

Cambridge officials shut down makeshift antibody test site in Inman Square restaurant

“Sorry to those who were looking forward to testing!” → Read More

Fire at multi-family Medford home displaces several families, one with 4-day-old newborn

The fire broke out around 3:15 p.m. Monday. → Read More

Rollins moves to vacate guilty pleas against 64 people affected by drug lab scandal

Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins has moved to vacate guilty pleas against 64 people convicted of 91 drug charges related to a laboratory riddled with scandal. In a case sent before the state Supreme Judicial Court on Monday, Rollins noted that the 64 people were convicted via plea deals even though they didn’t actually have illegal drugs on them, Rollins’s office said in a news release.… → Read More

Popular seafood restaurant severely damaged in Sunday night blaze

The restaurant is thought to have suffered about $250,000 in damage. → Read More

Worcester pastor could face criminal action over continuing to hold services

The church has held several services with more than 10 people despite the state's COVID-19 orders. → Read More

5 teens charged in connection with ‘serious’ stabbing in Acton

The 18-year-old victim was stabbed multiple times, authorities said. → Read More