More than 900 business were impacted by the Merrimack Valley gas explosions. Some had to close their doors for months. Today, many are still working to get customers back in the doors.

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Announces The Boston Marathon Is CancelledThe 2020 Boston Marathon has been cancelled.
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Boston Mayor Walsh: It's Within Our Ability To Stop Second SurgeBoston Mayor Marty Walsh it is in within our ability to slow the spread.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Discusses Increase In Bus Lanes, Bikes During ReopeningBoston Mayor Walsh said biking is a good way to return to work in the city.
Boston Mayor Walsh Fans Won't See Games At Fenway Anytime SoonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said even if there were games at Fenway this summer, fans would not be there.
Mayor Walsh Announces $6M Reopen Boston FundBoston Mayor Walsh said it's a grant program to help businesses put safety measures in place.
Mayor Walsh: $4 Million Has Been Distributed To Small Businesses In The CityBoston Mayor Walsh said they are also helping getting businesses online.
Boston Mayor Walsh Reminds Residents To Stay VigilantBoston Mayor Marty Walsh reminded residents that their actions today will be reflected in coronavirus numbers in two weeks.
Mayor Walsh: Boston Hope Medical Center Will Remain 'Ready Resource'The facility will not close until every patient is discharged to safe place.
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Gov. Baker, Secretary Sudders Address Hospital, Care Facility VisitationsSecretary Sudders said the state wants to see how Phase 1 goes before opening up visitation to vulnerable populations.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito Addresses Rumors About Large GatheringLt Gov. Karyn Polito said she did not host a gathering over the weekend but her brother had a small outdoor family party with social distancing.
Reopening Massachusetts: Gov. Baker Says He Has Already Gotten A HaircutGov. Charlie Baker showed he was comfortable with reopening hair salons and barbershops by getting his hair cut Tuesday morning.
Gov. Baker Explains Efforts To Combat Food Insecurity During CoronavirusGov. Charlie Baker said the coronavirus crisis has highlighted the need to reinforce the Massachusetts's local food supply chain.
Gov. Charlie Baker Gives Coronavirus Testing UpdateCoronavirus testing is an essential part of reopening Massachusetts.
Boston Hope Medical Center Will Stop Taking New PatientsThe coronavirus field hospital will stay open for patients currently there.

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