ICYMI: Babe’s House For Sale; Gas Prices Drop

— The Sudbury house where Babe Ruth lived from 1922 to 1926 is up for sale. [Boston Herald]

— The state’s highest court ruled that Newton may have to pay damages after a tree in a city park fell on a softball player. [Universal Hub]

— Eleven Massachusetts companies were included on the Forbes 500 list of companies, ranked by gross revenue. [BostInno]

— Workers in Boston, Cambridge and Quincy in May 2011 earned an hourly wage 34 percent more than the nationwide average, government figures show. [Boston Business Journal]

— Gas prices in Massachusetts have dropped for the third week in a row. [AAA Southern New England]

— Massachusetts’ two senators had been seeking to name a warship after an 87-year-old Concord man. Sen. Scott Brown said today that a destroyer will indeed be named after him.

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