Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
It’s stories like this that make us happy we don’t drive: Gas on the Cape and around Boston has reached or exceeded the $4 per gallon mark. [Globe]
But we can’t feel too superior: Boston’s cabbies are looking to increase fares due to soaring fuel costs. Under their proposal, a 4-mile ride would jump from $11.55 to $16.70. Ouch. [Globe]
Which means this is no surprise: Biking in Massachusetts has become wildly popular. Maybe we’ll start taking pedicabs home from the bar now. [Herald]
Our lobster roll is not lost: James Hook & Co. is back in business after its warehouse was destroyed by a fire on Friday. [Herald]