PM Roundup: 2012's Record Temps In Mass.; Fenway A 'Historic Place'

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

-- In a Q&A, Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren lay out their foreign policy positions. [Springfield Republican]

-- "In Massachusetts, the average temperature for the first half of the year was four degrees above normal, based on preliminary data." [Patriot Ledger]

-- The Rev. John Brooks, the longest serving president of the College of the Holy Cross, was laid to rest today. [Worcester Telegram & Gazette]

-- A bridge in Bridgewater was dedicated to Marine Lance Cpl. Kevin Thomas Preach, who died while serving in Afghanistan in 2009. [Patriot Ledger]

-- Fenway Park has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [Boston Business Journal]

-- Harvard Square restaurant Casablanca will close at the end of August. [Boston Globe]

This program aired on July 9, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.


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