PM Roundup: More Tornado Aid; Oldies 103.3 Switching Formats

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

-- The state has announced an additional $1.9 million in tornado relief grants for Springfield and Monson. [Associated Press, via WHDH-TV]

-- The MBTA has reversed its plan to impose a surcharge on commuter rail riders who purchase tickets on board. [Boston Globe]

-- Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren have agreed to a fifth debate — this one on the radio. [AP, via FOX-TV]

-- Oldies 103.3-FM is switching to a contemporary format. [FOX-TV]

-- The Tall Ships have begun arriving in Massachusetts Bay. [WCVB-TV]

-- The Boston-based knitters who had been asked to "cease and desist" by the U.S. Olympic Committee because they were planning a "Ravelympics" are now going to call their competitions "The Ravellenic Games." [NPR's Two-Way Blog]

This program aired on June 28, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.


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