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Food insecurity continues to rise in Massachusetts. Here’s how you can help.

Food insecurity continues to rise in Massachusetts. Here’s how you can help.

By, Boston.com StaffAs the continues to affect millions of families across the country, hunger and food insecurity have reached startling levels, including in Massachusetts.Its partner agencies, which include food pantries, senior centers, and soup kitchens, are affected as well.“People are so unaware of how big food insecurity is,” said Arielle Chernin, operations director at the . “I grew up in Brookline, and had no idea that there was such a large part of Brookline’s population that was in low-income housing or food insecure, and it was very eye opening for me. So many people think of...

November 24, 2020
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The Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association has apologized after calling out a local taqueria on Twitter

The Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association has apologized after calling out a local taqueria on Twitter

By, Boston.com StaffAfter calling out a former employee on Twitter, the has apologized to the taqueria’s management team.On Tuesday, the BPPA tweeted out two photos: On the left, a screenshot from Instagram user , whom they identified as Caitríona O’Grady; on the right, a screenshot from a ,” which showed O’Grady making a cocktail. The Instagram post from O’Grady detailed her experience at  and stated, “My mind hasn’t stopped racing since this violent protest ended, my eyes are burning from the pepper spray on my clothes, my body is recovering from the batons I took to the shoulder and neck...

October 20, 2020
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Massachusetts bars and restaurants can now sell cocktails to go

Massachusetts bars and restaurants can now sell cocktails to go

By, Boston.com StaffNo more being forced to play bartender at home: On Monday afternoon, Governor Baker passed a bill that allows Massachusetts bars and restaurants to sell cocktails to go., also known as “An act to expand take-out/delivery options in response to ,” permits eligible restaurants and bars with liquor licenses to sell mixed drinks with the purchase of food, and is in effect until the state of emergency lifts. Drinks must be packaged in sealed containers, and customers can purchase up to two drinks, or 64 ounces in total. If the drink is being transported via car, the cocktails...

July 20, 2020
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