Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Boston.
Mayor says Boston looking into reallocating some of police budget
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he thinks the city could redistribute some of the police money, funneling it toward training or community involvement.
Read the full story on WBZ | CBS Boston.
As more businesses reopen, so is the I-93 carpool lane south of Boston
Officials are bringing back the HOV lane between Boston and Quincy this week during rush hours.
Read the full story on Boston.com.
Lists show how to support Boston’s black-owned restaurants
There's a growing crowdsourced spreadsheet with details on more than 150 Boston-area black-owned restaurants, as well as other resources.
Read the full story on Eater Boston.
Boston Pride postpones most virtual events to show support for racial justice protests
Boston Pride on Monday announced it was postponing many of its virtual events for celebrating Pride Month in order to focus on supporting calls for racial justice.
Read the full story on NBC Boston.
East Boston man facing charges for allegedly shooting into the air, forcing people to flee
An East Boston man is facing numerous firearms charges after he allegedly fired a gun into the air, forcing multiple people to flee, before police found him sitting in a vehicle with a broken window and blood on his hands.
Read the full story on Boston Herald.
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