Officials from the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs, the Attorney General’s Office, U.S. Postal Inspectors Office and Better Business Bureau announced each agency’s top five consumer gripes for 2012 on Monday.
The law prohibits same-sex couples in states where gay marriage is legal from receiving an array of federal benefits available to heterosexual married couples.
Attorney General Martha Coakley and other law enforcement officials have launched a renewed push to expand and update state wiretapping laws that predate cellphones and other modern forms of communication.
A chemist from the State Crime Laboratory in Amherst has been arrested.
National Grid has been hit with a $270,000 fine for delays in paying hundreds of Massachusetts workers after Hurricane Sandy.
Governor Deval Patrick and his wife Diane have been invited to dinner with President Barack Obama at the White House Friday evening.
Donald Packard, 36, of Brockton, was indicted by a Norfolk County Grand Jury on seven charges of breaking and entering into a depository of money and one charge of larceny over $250.
National Grid could be facing more than $16 million in fines connected to its response to two major power outages last year.
The battle to ban gas-powered leaf blowers in Arlington seems far from over, despite last week’s town meeting vote to pass the new bylaw.
South Shore Hospital has recently agreed to pay $750,000 for allegations regarding a data breach of more than 800,000 people.
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