13 Massachusetts Communities Take Step Back In ReopeningThirteen Massachusetts cities and towns have been forced to take a step back in their reopening because of a rise in coronavirus cases.
February Football? Massachusetts Establishes Fall High School Sports GuidelinesThe MIAA will allow low and moderate-risk sports to play with modifications during the fall season.
Family Decision: Boston Parents To Consider Remote, Hybrid School ReopeningThirteen-year-old Oriana Dunker and her family decided she would take classes online this fall.
Lawrence To Crack Down On Noise Complaints, Mask Violations To Curb Coronavirus Infection RateThe city is going to crack down on loud music complaints and mask violations.
Hawaii Removed From Massachusetts Travel Order Exempt ListTravelers coming from Hawaii will now have to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive in Massachusetts or produce a negative COVID-19 test from the last 72 hours. 
Massachusetts Now Limits Outdoor Crowds To 50Gov. Charlie Baker ordered the change in the limit from 100 to 50 people after seeing an uptick in coronavirus cases.
Massachusetts To Crack Down On 'Bars Masquerading As Restaurants'Gov. Charlie Baker said the state will be cracking down on “bars masquerading as restaurants” by allowing police to enforce coronavirus safety standards.
Salisbury Arcade Pushes To Reopen With Proper Coronavirus PrecautionsCo-owners Dan and Fred Abdulla spent roughly $30,000 on COVID-19 safety measures in preparation for reopening in Phase 3.
Boston Tourists Adjust To New Coronavirus Travel OrderPeople arriving from anywhere outside New England, New Jersey, New York, and Hawaii need to prove a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantine for 14 days.
Northeastern University Researcher Suggests Massachusetts Returns To Phase 2A Northeastern University researcher says the state should roll back to Phase 2 because numbers are headed in the wrong direction.
Travel Order For Massachusetts Visitors, Residents Returning Home Goes Into Effect SaturdayVisitors and in-state residents returning home must quarantine for 14 days unless they are coming from an exempt, lower-risk state or can provide a negative COVID-19 test.