Rideshare Pickup/Dropoff at Logan Will Be At Central Parking Starting October 28.
Massport is relocating all Uber/Lyft pickups (and most dropoffs) to the Central Parking garage at Logan Airport. The first phase of the plan begins on October 28, for Terminals A and C. [Boston Globe]


Judge Expected to Announce Vap Ban Decision Today.
Last week, a judge heard testimony from public health officials and experts regarding a lawsuit brought against the state by vape shop owners who say that the temporary 4-month ban on the sale of vaping products is unlawful. Department of Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel admitted during cross-examination that youth vaping was not an "emergency." The attorney for vape shop owners said that this statement contradicted the state's reasoning behind the ban. [WHDH]


Governor Charlie Baker Tours Orange Line During Weekend Repairs.
The Orange Line is out of commission for six weekends this fall while the MBTA works to replace a half mile of track. On Saturday, Governor Baker went down to take a look at the progress. [WCVB]


Boston Area Coffee Shops Display Local Artwork for Sale.
1369 Coffee House in Cambridge has a program that invites local artists to display their work for sale. Other shops doing the same as galleries disappear include Petsi Pies, Diesel, Darwin’s, JP Licks, and Mariposa Bakery. [Commonwealth]


Photos From This Weekend's Head of the Charles Regatta.

It was beautiful weather for a boat race on the Charles. Over 11,000 participants and over 250,000 tourists and spectators were expected to attend the two-day event. [Boston.com]


Gourmet Dumpling House Reopens After Government Seizure for Nonpayment of Taxes.
The popular dumpling spot in Chinatown was closed for a day after it was seized by the state for not paying taxes. The restaurant owes over $160,000 to the state. [Eater Boston]


Looking for a Cute Cat? Check Out These 45 Ragdoll Surrenders.
An animal hoarder has surrendered 45 ragdoll cats to the MSPCA. All are said to be adoptable and friendly, though they were kept in unclean and over-crowded conditions. [CBS Boston]


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