PM Roundup: Needle-Less Injections?; Conn. River As 'National Blueway'

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

-- A fatal encounter between a 15-year-old and a police officer has hurt police-community relations in New Bedford. [New Bedford Standard-Times]

-- The Boston Globe has put together an interactive state map of per-person income, by town.

-- MIT researchers have developed a device that may inject a variety of drugs without using needles.

-- For conservation and recreation efforts, the Connecticut River has been designated as the country's first "National Blueway." [Associated Press, via NECN]

-- Clover Food Lab is using social media to iterate. [BBC, h/t @CurtNickisch]

-- The Celtics' Avery Bradley will definitely need surgery on his injured shoulder and may be out for the rest of the playoffs. [ESPN Boston]

This program aired on May 24, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

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