A veteran State Police trooper had parked his RV on public property on the South Boston waterfront.
Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs Barbara Anthony says many local fitness clubs are not complying with the state’s disclosure laws, and she wants customers to know their rights.
Families say a Cape Cod-based builder demanded large amounts of money up front and left them with homes that lacked basic necessities like heat and water.
Documents obtained by the I-Team show state inspectors are asking that Fung Wah be called an “imminent hazard” before something bad happens.
The Boston Catholic Cemetery Association cut the workers’ pay, but they keep paying themselves as a group more than $200,000 a year for working only 5, 7 or 12 hours a week.
A new law requires Massachusetts schools to have a plan to keep kids safe. The I-Team found more than 100 schools without an emergency plan in place.
While the state prepares to raise your taxes and reduce government services, the I-Team found one well-paid public official who rarely puts in a full day at the office, if she shows up at all.
Date and Dash promises to help find an appropriate mate. The I-Team found many people, however, wish they never engaged with this outfit.
The I-Team found that used vehicles for sale with unrepaired recalls across the state.
The I-Team has learned Massachusetts is one of the areas of greatest concern. We’ve been told gangs based in the Lawrence area with links to the Dominican Republic are very active in this area.