We begin tonight with a health threat linked with homelessness and the opioid crisis. Officials report an increase in the number of people infected with hepatits-A in Boston over the past five months.
Two city councilors want to explore complaints about the annual marijuana festival on Boston Common. According to Universal Hub, councilors Ed Flynn and Josh Zakim are trying to schedule a hearing on Hempfest.
Turning young sports fans into better math students: that's the new pitch to students at the Trotter Innovation School in Roxbury. Thanks to an educational tool provided by the Boston Red Sox, students will try to advance in math by using real-time statistics from ball games, coupled with video highlights.
Interview with Boston City Councilor Matt O'Malley.