Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Imagine how the kids in Dorchester feel: Governor Deval Patrick is “deeply disturbed” that a bullet from a weekend shooting shattered a window a floor below his office. Violence on Beacon Hill will not do. [Herald]
Ethics, schmethics: Robert Coughlin, Patrick’s aide who sought a job on the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council while working on biotech initiatives for the governor may face an ethics complaint. The Governor says he’d be OK with that, and that nothing shady happened. [Globe]
Another day, another ADL story: The Anti-Defamation League reinstated Andrew H. Tarsay as New England’s regional director after he quit when the organization wouldn’t recognize the genocide of Armenians in World War I. [Globe]
Sad news from Norton: Robert McDermott shot and killed his ex-girlfriend and critically injured two of her daughters before killing himself on the commuter rail tracks in Walpole yesterday. [Herald]