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Here are the Mass. coronavirus cases and deaths reported Wednesday, July 29

From the state: > *PLEASE NOTE: A technical reporting error by a hospital group caused a delay in its laboratory test results being reported to DPH. These newly reported test results have been included in today’s dashboard report and are reflected in today’s case totals. However, these positive test results have been assigned retrospectively to the appropriate date of test. See all the… → Read More

Read: Mass. releases additional school guidance

From recess and lunch to 'mask break spaces' and the school bus. → Read More

What Boston meteorologists are saying about Monday’s heat, possible thunderstorms

"For most of us, the highest chance of thunder comes in the midst of heat and humidity this afternoon." → Read More

Woman fatally struck by SUV on I-93 after exiting her crashed vehicle, police say

Authorities responded to the scene around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

Boston police commissioner releases statement after visit from AG William Barr criticized

City Councilor Michelle Wu had called the meeting "a disgrace to our city & a breach of trust to our communities." → Read More

70-year-old man allegedly assaults town manager after Hull Town Meeting

He "was apparently upset over several issues discussed during Town Meeting," according to police. → Read More

Photos: Scenes from Hanover Street as the North End opens for outdoor dining

"The North End is probably the greatest neighborhood in the country," restaurant owner Frank Depasquale said. → Read More

Marlborough police looking to ID ‘lone streaker’ who ‘appears very proud of himself’

Marlborough police posted Tuesday that a “lone streaker” was caught on camera in a local hotel parking lot. He “appears very proud of himself as if he crossed the finish line in record timing,” police said, asking residents to contact the department if they recognized the man. In the comments on Facebook, police defended the post when criticized for highlighting the infraction instead of more… → Read More

Protest at Brockton police station appears to be escalating

Follow live updates below. → Read More

Kraft family releases statement on the killing of George Floyd

"We know that none of the sadness, exhaustion or suffering is new. We know it is systemic. Our eyes, ears and hearts are open," the Patriots' owners said. → Read More

Despite rumors, no one looted penguins from the New England Aquarium

Amid Sunday’s late-night violence and looting in downtown Boston, rumors began to circulate on social media that someone had broken into the New England Aquarium and stolen penguins. The rumors came after authorities conducted a welfare check at the aquarium. However, aquarium officials said Monday that a report of an attempted break-in turned out to be false and “our animals are safe.” >… → Read More

Here’s what Charlie Baker said after Boston’s George Floyd protests turned violent

The governor said the violent actions on Sunday night "distracted from the powerful statement made today by thousands of Massachusetts residents." → Read More

The 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled

"The 124th Boston Marathon will be held as a virtual event," according to the Boston Athletic Association. → Read More

Here are the latest Massachusetts town-by-town coronavirus numbers

The state Department of Public Health releases COVID-19 data by municipality every Wednesday. → Read More

What Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had to say about the state’s reopening plan

Close Sign up for Boston.com's e-mail alerts and receive coronavirus news and breaking updates, from our newsroom to your inbox. Thanks for signing up! → Read More

Here are this week’s Massachusetts town-by-town coronavirus numbers

The state Department of Public Health releases COVID-19 data by municipality every Wednesday. → Read More

Livestream: Dr. Anthony Fauci, health officials testify at Senate hearing on the coronavirus

The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions hearing — scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday — was expected to focus on the reopening of schools and workplaces amid COVID-19. → Read More

Mass. releases updated town-by-town coronavirus numbers

The state Department of Public Health releases COVID-19 data by municipality every Wednesday. → Read More

Here are the very latest Massachusetts town-by-town coronavirus numbers

The state Department of Public Health releases COVID-19 data by municipality every Wednesday. → Read More

Here’s what to expect from this weekend’s weather forecast

Friday is a good day for staying in, but the sun comes out Saturday. → Read More