Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
It’s a sign (we need a new gig): Two Turnpike Authority sign hangers make six figures. For making and hanging signs. It’s not even 9 a.m., and today is already depressing. [Herald]
More trouble for the Boston Police: Officers shot a man who they allege intended to distribute heroin in a school zone. Police say the wound was “superficial.” [Globe]
If it’s all about beverages, why the pizza and sandwiches? Dunkin’ Donuts CEO Jon Luther told an audience of entrepreneurs how he
desecrated the memory of Fred the Baker transformed the business from a bakery to a coffee destination for customers with “a blue collar soul.” [Herald]
Has the foreclosure crisis hit Boston? Nope. While condo sales in the city have slipped 15 percent, it’s because there aren’t enough new luxury condos available, and buyers don’t want to purchase units in older brownstones. [Globe]