5 Things You Need to Know Today: July 29
More mosquito pools test positive for West Nile Virus; and Congressman Stephen Lynch might be calling you today to talk about the debt ceiling.
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- More mosquito pools tested positive for the West Nile Virus (WNV) in West Roxbury, according to the Boston Public Health Commission. Commission officials have said that it is "par for the course this time of year." This is the third time positive results have been found in West Roxbury. Here are some tips on how to combat WNV. But state officials have raised the level of concern from low to moderate.
- Roxbury Latin's Summer Theatre production of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" started Thursday. Tickets are $15 for seniors/students, $20 for veterans, $25 for adults. For more info or to inquire about group/package discounts, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-325-4920 ext. 383.
- Want to know How to Navigate the BPL Catalogue and Website? Today, the West Roxbury Library is offering a free workshop to learn about the new BPL catalogue and the updated BPL website on your own laptop, or bring an ID and your library card to check a library laptop. For more info on this free workshop, contact 617-325-3147.
- Your West Roxbury Patch Passport, a guide if you were a tourist in West Roxbury, gave you A Little Bit of Paradise at FeitheOg Massage Therapy yesterday. Today it will help you Discover Treasures at Boomerangs.
- If you get a call from U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch today, don't hang up! Lynch is holding a telephone town hall meeting about the debt ceiling tomorrow. About 50,000 seniors are expected to receive calls and Lynch will take live questions during the call.