What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.

Rocky Mountain High: The Red Sox beat the Colorado Rockies last night to win World Series. Now we can all start sleeping again. [Herald, Globe]

Some are waking up with a hangover and a criminal record: Boston police arrested 37 people after last night’s victory, mostly near Kenmore Square. Maybe we’ll have some more essays to read. [Globe]

There was also a football game yesterday: The Patriots beat the Washington Redskins 52-7. Ouch. [Herald]

Dismissed: Thomas Graves, the former commander of the USS Constitution, has privately settled charges that he assaulted members of his crew. He will be reassigned, so watch out for this guy, sailors. [Globe]

Turn the TV off and eat an apple: An experimental program in Somerville that encouraged parents to buy healthy foods for their kids and to get them away from sedentary activities was successful in reducing their BMI. After its success here, the program may go national. [Herald]