Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins Calls Out Officers Who Decline To Denounce Killing Of George Floyd
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins continued her call on Thursday for systemic change within policing and the criminal justice system, hitting back against the characterization of her remarks on the topic earlier this week by the Boston Patrolman's Association.

“My statements were never intended for the majority of officers that are upstanding, hardworking, courageous and culturally competent, that I work with every day," Rollins told Jim Braude on WGBH News' Greater Boston Thursday. "I’m talking about the outliers, the ones, who like Derek Chauvin, can kill.

“If our Boston Police Patrolmen Association and detectives don’t feel comfortable saying that this is not one of our own, then I have a problem with that, and I don’t have a problem saying that out loud," she added.

Univ. Athletic Dir. Tim Duncan On His False Stop By Police Because He "Fit The Physical Description"
Two weeks after former Northeastern deputy athletic director Tim Duncan was confronted at gunpoint by Newton police officers who said he fit the description of a murder suspect, he described how he made the decision to go public with his story.

The Newton incident happened on May 20, five days before Floyd was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis. Duncan first spoke about his experience in an online video posted Monday. Police later apologized to Duncan and said they would use the moment to teach their officers.

Tackling Town Matters On The Local Football Field: Meetings Adapt to the COVID-19 Era
It’s time for annual town meetings, and with budgets soon due, the usual pressure is on. But in the coronavirus era, you can’t cram residents in an auditorium like you used to. Liz Neisloss reports on how some Massachusetts towns are adapting.