Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Just what we needed on the Monday after a long holiday weekend: A shocking expose on Brighton’s booming sex trade. [Herald]
More ethics problems with Cognos: Joseph Lally, a Cognos sales rep and rumored friend of House Speaker Sal DiMasi, reportedly offered the former Department of Education information officer a job with the company while negotiations for the company was angling for a contract with the state. If this happened, it would violate ethics laws. [Globe]
Juno meets Carrie: Officials in Gloucester are upset by a float that appeared in Beverly Farms’ annual Horribles Parade that made fun of the spike in teenage pregnancy in the town. [Herald]
At least some people are happy about high gas prices: Business was booming on the Cape this weekend, with many service industry types reporting more Massachusetts plates in the mix than usual. [Globe]