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Community College Police Might Carry Guns; Pot Dispsensary to Open on Cape by Fall

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The Friday News Roundup: Kathryn Eident leads a discussion of area print reporters of stories that made news this week.   Kathryn's guests are: Patrick Cassidy from the Cape Cod Times; Sam Houghton of the Mashpee Enterprise; Nelson Sigelman of the Martha's Vineyard Times; Ryan Bray of the Falmouth Enterprise; Jim DeArruda of the New Bedford Standard-Times; Ann Wood of the Provincetown Banner; and Sara Brown of the Vineyard Gazette.

Among the stories they talk about: Cape Cod Community College police might carry firearms; medical marijuana dispensary could open later this year in Mashpee; state lawmakers delay Brockton casino license review; State Supreme Judicial Court rules on Aquinnah land; Steamship Authority releases report on freight service; new program in Provincetown for mental health services; historic murals discovered in Hyannis; and WHOI scientists search for black box from the sunken vessel El Faro.

Kathryn Eident is an award-winning journalist and hosts WCAI's Morning Edition. She began producing stories for WCAI in 2008 as a Boston University graduate student reporting from the Statehouse. Since then, Kathryn’s work has appeared in the Boston Globe, Cape Cod Times, Studio 360, Scientific American, and Cape and Plymouth Business Magazine.