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Top Boston news: 103-year-old Red Sox fan beats COVID-19; 53-year-old tortoise finds new home; more

Top Boston news: 103-year-old Red Sox fan beats COVID-19; 53-year-old tortoise finds new home; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 28, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Boston? Read on for everything you need to know.

103-year-old Red Sox fan beats COVID-19, celebrates with beer

According to Jennie Stajna’s grandson-in-law, Adam Gunn, she was the first to test positive for COVID-19 inside her Massachusetts-based nursing home earlier in May.

Read the full story on Sports Naut.

Boston Pride goes virtual for 2020 celebration 

Boston Pride on Wednesday announced a series of virtual events to celebrate Pride 2020, as well as Boston Pride's 50th anniversary. 

Read the full story on NBC Boston.

53-year-old tortoise finds new home after owner dies of coronavirus

A tortoise rendered homeless after her owner died of the coronavirus has been adopted by a "bona fide turtle expert," according to the MSPCA. 

Read the full story on NBC Boston.

Hyde Park man accused of turning his scooter into a mobile drug store

Police report arresting a Hyde Park man on a variety of drug charges after officers say they found drugs stuffed into his scooter's front compartment Tuesday afternoon.

Read the full story on Universal Hub.


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