Daily Archives: April 5, 2011

Tuesday Morning: Cape Cod Camp Under Scrutiny

Published April 5, 2011

The Cape Cod district attorney has opened an investigation into the summer camp on Cape Cod where Sen. Scott Brown was allegedly sexually abused as a child. The investigation follows allegations from another former camper who recently claimed that he, too, was sexually abused at Camp Good News.

A new report finds health care costs for municipal workers like teachers, police and firefighters are much higher than what the state or private sector employers pay. Many cities and towns are finding that their health care costs are draining their budgets. You can read the full report.

Gov. Deval Patrick yesterday nominated Barbara Lenk to the state’s highest court. Lenk would be the first openly gay Supreme Judicial Court justice.

Don’t illegally download music or the Boogie Man will get you. Sure, laugh. A B.U. graduate student probably would have laughed until he was ordered by a judge to pay the music industry $67,500 for illegally downloading 30 songs. Gulp.

They’re celebrating from…Hartford to Storrs? The UConn Huskies beat Butler last night to take home their third men’s basketball national title.

What we’re following: We’ll continue to report on state home sales numbers, the Peace Abbey facing foreclosure and the FAA plane inspections.