Our top story: an emergency medical medical technician stabbed multiple times last night by a patient. Described as emotionally disturbed, the patient--thirty-one year-old Julie Tejeda of East Boston--was being taken to Mass. General Hospital. Boston School superintendent Brenda Casselllius says she's considering a change in the admissions process for the city's exam schools. Interviewed yesterday on W-G-B-H Radio, she said she was willing to explore replacing the current entrance exam--and possibly saving money. A branch library in Dorchester is due for a makeover and expansion by the city. The Adams Street branch was built sixty-eight years ago. The renovations--costing more than eighteen million dollars--will make branch more transparent, with more access to collections. Interview with Christopher Wilkins, Boston Landmarks Orchestra.