Daily Feed: A Post-Lockout To-Do List for the Patriots

A Post-Lockout To-Do List for the Patriots. How to take control of your season with training camp and free agency likely piled on one another in five (well, six) easy steps. [WEEI]

Renting in Boston: Low Supply, High Demand Means All-Time Peak Prices. Some people, desperate to find a place to live, even take a unit sight unseen. That’s a high price to pay when the average median price tag is already nearly $20K per year. [WHDH]

What is a Leak? Gov. Patrick Responds to Scathing Big Dig Report. After a report says that the Big Dig is basically a total mess, Patrick says: “None of that is news.” Twice. [WCVB]

After Loss, NE Fisherman Float a Line to Congress on Catch Limits. “To change the law for a single issue is extremely daunting and legislative process is glacial,” said Michael Conathan, a former staffer on the Senate’s Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard subcommittee. [WSJ.com]

Boston, Cambridge Top Spots in U.S. for Hosting International Meetings. Next year, we’d like to welcome the Society for Protective Coatings, the International Spinal Cord Society, and the International Association for Plant Taxonomy. [TravelDailyNews.com]


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