Five Things to Know Today, Wednesday, Aug. 29
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Good morning, here are five things to know today:
Magic Factory Owner Looks to Have Psychological Evaluation Sealed: The owner of a Medford business who has admitted to making over a half-million dollars in unauthorized charges on one customer's credit card wants to have his sentencing memorandum sealed from the public, according to court filings. The attorney for Harry Levy, owner of Hank Lee's Magic Factory, filed a motion earlier this month asking the memorandum be filed under seal. It includes the outcome of a forensic psychological evaluation and numerous letters of support, according to the filing, submitted by attorney Steven Sussman. "The memorandum contains personal information about the defendant in which the defendant has a protected privacy interest that outweighs any interest of the public knowing the defendant’s background," Sussman wrote.
1st Anniversary of Hurricane Irene: Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Irene. Do you remember the storm?
Does Daycare Cost Too Much?: Massachusetts has the highest daycare costs for infants and children up to age 4 in the United States, according to a study by Child Care Aware of America. Bay State residents pay an average $14,980 per year, according to the study, and as percentage of state median income for a two-parent family, Massachusetts ranks as the ninth most expensive state in the country at 14.2 percent. New York tops the list at 15.9 percent and has the second highest costs at $14,009.
Weather: Sunny skies with highs in the mid 70s are expected today, according to the National Weather Service. Sunny skies and highs over 80 degrees are expected tomorrow.
New Time Map Released for MBTA System: See how long your Medford commute should take.