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PM Roundup: An App For Overeating; Boston’s Disputed Neighborhoods

Other stories (and links) circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:

— Massachusetts veteran assistance agencies are going to receive $1.1 million in grants to combat unemployment and homelessness. [Springfield Republican]

— A Massachusetts Vietnam veteran is seeking recognition for dogs of war.

— A UMass professor is aiming to develop an app that warns its user when he or she is about to overeat.

— The blog Bostonography is crowdsourcing Boston’s disputed neighborhood boundaries.

— Endangered piping plover birds are taking up a larger portion of Revere Beach. [Boston Globe]

Yesterday, we linked to a photo of Navy SEALs parachuting onto Boston Common. Today, here’s video, from the city’s parks department.

— And if you missed it earlier today, here’s our post on Fourth of July events and traffic and parking restrictions.

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