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I-Team Investigations

I-Team: Controversy And Confusion In Lynnfield Youth Sports ProgramWith that cloud hanging over the program, some parents and coaches believe it is time for new leaders to take charge. However, electing a new board of directors has proven to be a chaotic process.
I-Team Call 4 Action: After Denial, Town Covers Cost Of Pothole DamageThe WBZ I-Team helped a Salem couple get reimbursed by the city after a pothole damaged their tire.
I-Team: After AG’s Investigation Into Leasing Program, Uber Drivers ReimbursedHundreds of Uber drivers in Massachusetts will receive about $210,000 in reimbursements.
I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Couple With Failed Remodeling JobAfter more than 30 years living in the same home, a Southboro couple decided to take on a big kitchen remodel. 
I-Team: Shrewsbury Family Finds Carbon Monoxide Leaking Into ExplorerWhen the I-Team contacted Ford, the automaker flew their engineers in from Detroit to investigate.
MBTA Stops Controversial Monopole WiFi Towers ProjectThe MBTA is stopping a controversial project to upgrade Wi-Fi service by installing hundreds of 70-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
Call 4 Action Helps Cape Cod Man Get Refrigerator FixedIt's bad enough when your fridge conks out in 80-degree weather, what is worse is waiting weeks for a repair even though you paid for an extended warranty.
I-Team: Monopole Moratorium Extended for MBTA’s Controversial WiFi ProjectQuestions and concerns continue to swirl around the MBTA’s controversial plan to upgrade WiFi service by installing hundreds of 74-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
I-Team: Pedestrian Safety Questioned At Theatre District Construction SiteAt a busy intersection in Boston’s Theatre District, a 22-story hotel is beginning to take shape on a sliver of open land.
I-Team: Congressional Leaders Ask FCC To Investigate Impact Of MBTA WiFi Project Congressional leaders in Massachusetts are asking the Federal Communications Commission to “carefully examine” a project that would upgrade WiFi service along the MBTA’s commuter rail system.
I-Team: Former Harvard Admin Who Stole From Disabilities Fund Repays $48,000A former Harvard Law administrator who stole from an account intended for students with disabilities has paid almost $48,000 in restitution.
I-Team: Wiretapping Charges Dropped Against HR Employees Who Planted Hidden CameraThree human resources employees at Wyman-Gordon in Grafton no longer have to worry about a criminal conviction for wiretapping after they planted a hidden camera to catch a sleeping worker.

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