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Massachusetts restaurants can now sell wine and beer to-go during the coronavirus outbreak

Massachusetts restaurants can now sell wine and beer to-go during the coronavirus outbreak

By, Boston.com StaffDue to restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Massachusetts restaurants will only be able to offer takeout or delivery for at least another month, if not longer.However, beginning this weekend, residents may be able to tack on a bottle of wine or beer on their order.Gov. Charlie Baker signed a municipal relief bill Friday afternoon that, among other things, allows restaurants and bars that are licensed to sell alcohol to offer wine and beer for takeout and delivery for as long as the COVID-19 state of emergency remains in effect.Local breweries during the...

April 3, 2020
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Naked man allegedly assaults woman, shatters Beverly police cruiser windshield

Naked man allegedly assaults woman, shatters Beverly police cruiser windshield

By, Boston.com StaffBe civil. Be kind.Get the latest breaking news sent directly to your phone. Download our free app.CloseWake up withGet Today’s Headlines every morning and breaking news as it unfolds, right to your inbox.Connect with Facebook- or -Thanks for signing up!Continue to the article

April 21, 2020
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The death of the department store: ‘Very few are likely to survive’

The death of the department store: ‘Very few are likely to survive’

BySapna Maheshwari and Vanessa Friedman,The New York Times CompanyAmerican department stores, once all-powerful shopping meccas that anchored malls and Main Streets across the country, have been dealt blow after blow in the past decade. J.C. Penney and Sears were upended by hedge funds. Macy’s has been closing stores and cutting corporate staff. Barneys New York filed for bankruptcy last year.But nothing compares to the shock the weakened industry has taken from the . The sales of clothing and accessories fell by more than half in March, a trend that is expected to only get worse in April....

April 22, 2020
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Rob Gronkowski is coming out of retirement and reuniting with Tom Brady

Rob Gronkowski is coming out of retirement and reuniting with Tom Brady

By, Staff WriterThe Patriots are trading tight end Rob Gronkowski and a seventh-round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a fourth-round pick, ESPN’s Adam Schefter Tuesday afternoon.The deal is pending a physical.Gronkowski, who retired in March 2019 after nine NFL seasons and three Super Bowl titles, had reportedly told the Patriots he wanted to play football again — but with former teammate Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay was the only place Gronkowski wanted to play, .“Pending the physical, Rob has agreed to play for Tampa this season,” Gronkowski’s agent Drew Rosenhaus in a text...

April 21, 2020
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Healthy people in their 30s and 40s, barely sick with COVID-19, are dying from strokes

Healthy people in their 30s and 40s, barely sick with COVID-19, are dying from strokes

ByAriana Eunjung Cha,The Washington PostThomas Oxley wasn’t even on call the day he received the page to come into Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan. There weren’t enough doctors to treat all the emergency stroke patients, and he was needed in the operating room.The patient’s chart appeared unremarkable at first glance. He was male, no medications, no history of chronic conditions. He had been feeling fine, hanging out at home during the lockdown like the rest of America, when suddenly, he had trouble talking and moving the right side of his body. Imaging showed a large blockage...

April 24, 2020
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The White House tried to move a reporter to the back of the press room, but she refused. Then Trump walked out.

The White House tried to move a reporter to the back of the press room, but she refused. Then Trump walked out.

ByPaul Farhi, The Washington PostA White House official ordered a CNN reporter to give up her front-row seat and move to the back of the press room before President Donald Trump’s briefing on Friday, in what appears to be another attempt by Trump to punish a network he calls “fake news.”The reporter, CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins, refused to move, as did a second reporter whose seat in the rear of the room she was ordered to take. The official then suggested the matter would be resolved by the Secret Service, though no action was taken, according to several people involved...

April 25, 2020
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NBA facilities reportedly will begin to reopen Friday

NBA facilities reportedly will begin to reopen Friday

ByTim Reynolds, Associated PressMIAMI (AP) — NBA players will be allowed to return to team training facilities starting Friday, provided that their local governments do not have a stay-at-home order prohibiting such movement still in place as part of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Any workouts that take place would be voluntary and be limited to individual sessions only, according to a person familiar with the league’s decision. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Saturday on condition of anonymity because the directives from the league were not released publicly.Group...

April 26, 2020
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Nervous Republicans see Trump sinking, and taking Senate with him

Nervous Republicans see Trump sinking, and taking Senate with him

ByJonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman,The New York Times CompanyWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course.The scale of the GOP’s challenge has crystallized in the last week. With 26 million Americans now having filed for unemployment benefits, Trump’s standing in states that he carried in 2016 looks increasingly...

April 26, 2020
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ESPN apologizes for NFL draft graphic about Tee Higgins’ mother, says it ‘should not have aired’

ESPN apologizes for NFL draft graphic about Tee Higgins’ mother, says it ‘should not have aired’

ByCindy Boren,The Washington PostESPN apologized Sunday for an NFL draft graphic that highlighted a woman’s struggle with drug addiction, saying it “should not have aired” during the broadcast Saturday. The woman is the mother of wide receiver Tee Higgins, who later that he was proud of her.I’m proud of my mom for turning her life around for me and my sister! I have no problem with them showing the world that my mom is a true fighter🖤🙏🏾— Tee Higgins⁵ (@teehiggins5)Limited by stay-home orders because of the novel-coronavirus pandemic, draft viewers could look in on Roger Goodell as he served...

April 26, 2020
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‘We will get to the bottom of what happened’: Charlie Baker promises answers on 13 deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home

‘We will get to the bottom of what happened’: Charlie Baker promises answers on 13 deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home

By, Boston.com StaffPublic health experts are at the conducting a thorough review of the health status of staff and residents to plan appropriate next steps.— Charlie Baker (@MassGovernor)Sign up and receive coronavirus news and breaking updates, from our newsroom to your inbox.Be civil. Be kind.Get the latest breaking news sent directly to your phone. Download our free app.CloseWake up withGet Today’s Headlines every morning and breaking news as it unfolds, right to your inbox.Connect with Facebook- or -Thanks for signing up!Continue to the article

March 31, 2020
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