Catherine Greig Files Appeal One Day After Her Sentencing

Catherine Greig Files Appeal One Day After Her Sentencing. Kevin J. Reddington, Greig’s attorney, filed the claim of appeal this morning at the U.S. District Court in Boston, where just yesterday, Greig was sentenced to eight years in prison for charges stemming from her role in helping Whitey Bulger evade authorities. []

Meg Theriault, BU Student Injured in New Zealand Crash, Heading Back to Boston. A warm welcome home to Theriault, 21, who had been in the hospital after suffering brain injuries in the May 12 van crash that killed three BU students and injured four, including Theriault. The driver, BU student Stephen Houseman, has pleaded guilty to seven counts of careless driving causing injury or death and is banned from driving in New Zealand for six months. [Herald]

Watch: Kenyan Kids Reenact Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. Must-see TV at its finest. [Deadspin]

One Really, Really Good Use of GPS Tracking by Police. The Brookline Homesafe Program charges $30/month for GPS bracelets for elderly patients with dementia, Alzheimer’s, and otherwise restless feet and a risk for wandering away from home. [Mashable]

Martha Coakley Promises to Get Tough on Foreclosures. “We are going to do everything we can to stop every preventable foreclosure,” she said. “There are some foreclosures that have to happen and we recognize that. But we want to stop the preventable ones.” Sounds like these people need to give her office a call. []