The Boston nonprofit for the disabled that lost its contract to maintain to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway park in the heart of the city has filed a discrimination complaint with the state. Katie Johnston reports.

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Baker: State Trying To Find Places For Norwood Hospital CliniciansGov. Baker says the state is trying to maintain clinician-patient relationships after flooding shut down Norwood Hospital.
Amazon To Open 8 Delivery Stations In Massachusetts, Creating Thousands Of JobsAmazon says it is bringing thousands of new jobs to Massachusetts after signing leases to open eight delivery stations in the state this year. The jobs that are both full-time and part-time pay a minimum of $15 per hour and offer benefits, Amazon said in a statement. Katie Johnston reports.
Baker Explains Why Massachusetts Travel Advisory Has ChangedThe governor said he felt it was appropriate to take the quarantine off for the other New England states, New York and New Jersey.
Baker: Anyone Outside Of Northeast Coming To Massachusetts Should Quarantine For 2 WeeksGov. Charlie Baker says starting July 1, anyone travelling into Massachusetts must quarantine for two weeks, unless they're coming from the other five New England states, New York or New Jersey.
Dr. Crockett: Boston City Hall Has Been Agent Of Racism For Too LongDr. Karilyn Crockett said the people of Boston are marching in the street because they deserve more.
Mayor Walsh Names Dr. Karilyn Crockett Chief Of EquityMayor Marty Walsh said Dr. Karilyn Crockett is a brilliant innovator and change maker.
Boston Mayor Walsh Address Housing Stability Concerns After CoronavirusMayor Walsh asked the state to extend the eviction moratorium in Boston.
Marty Martinez Gives Coroanvirus Update In BostonChief of Health and Human Services Marty Martinez gave a coronavirus update for the city of Boston.
Mayor Walsh Asks For July Fourth Plans To Be LimitedBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said cookouts should be kept to family units.
Raw Video: Flooding At Norwood HospitalCars sit in a flooded parking lot with water up to the windows at the Norwood Hospital.
Old Man Of The Mountain Memorial Now CompleteThe final project to memorialize New Hampshire's iconic Old Man of the Mountain has been completed, and organizers are planning a small gathering to celebrate in September. Katie Johnston reports.
Lady Gaga's Fenway Park Concert Postponed To 2021Lady Gaga is pushing her "Chromatica Ball" tour back one year. Gaga was set to play Fenway Park on August 5. That show will now happen on August 7, 2021, pending approval from the city. Tickets for this year's show will be good for next year's. Katie Johnston reports.
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's, headquartered in New York, announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization. Katie Johnston reports.
Chuck E Cheese Filing For Bankruptcy ProtectionChuck E Cheese, the restaurant chain that became a Mecca for children and a crucible for many of their parents, is filing for bankruptcy protection. Katie Johnston reports.
Meteorologist Zack Green Explains The Saharan Dust CloudThe Saharan dust cloud has turned skies over Cuba brown as the plume moves toward the United States.
Massachusetts Among 4 States On Track To Contain Coronavirus, Model IndicatesMassachusetts is one of just four states on track to contain COVID-19, according to research by the non-profit Covid Act Now. Katie Johnston reports.
Water Country Set To Open In Portsmouth, NH In July; Will Require Temperature ChecksAnother New England summer destination has announced its reopening plans. Water Country in Portsmouth, New Hampshire says it plans to open on July 15 to season pass holders. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Charlie Baker Announces Development Project At Site Of Boston State HospitalGov. Charlie Baker said the development site would be a great place to live.
Gov. Charlie Baker Gives Coronavirus UpdateGov. Charlie Baker said tests conducted for people who attended rallies came back with a 2.5% positive rate for COVID-19, which is consistent with the statewide numbers.
'Smells Like Rotting Meat': Rare Corpse Flower In Bloom At Franklin Park ZooSomething stinks at the Franklin Park Zoo. It's "Fester" - a rare corpse flower that is blooming for the first time in six years. The gigantic corpse plant, or titan arum, fully bloomed on Saturday. The endangered plant native to Sumatra in Indonesia is "a little stinky." Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Baker Discusses Possibility Of Second Coronavirus Wave In The FallGov. Baker said one way to reduce the size of the second wave is to reduce the heat of the virus before that.
Gov. Baker: Coronavirus Pandemic Was 'Cruel' To Restaurant OwnersGov. Charlie Baker said the state has learned to respect the virus.
Sec. Sudders: Coronavirus Testing Is Widely AvailableSec. Sudders said the public health order authorizing the crisis standards of care is rescinded as of Friday.
Sec. Kennealy: Progress Will Continue If People Work TogetherSec. Kennealy said there is a lot of optimism is seeing Main Streets reopen and people being to interact with their family and friends.

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