Boston Mayor Tom Menino says NStar’s charitable foundation has donated $10,000 to help low and fixed income people who lost food during a power outage last week.
The outage is so the company can switch the customers from a temporary connection, to the company’s permanent underground network.
Shortly after power was restored to customers in the Back Bay, a manhole explosion knocked power out again.
Thousands of customers were still without power late Wednesday night, according to NStar.
The Inspectional Services Department is sending crews out to check up on affected stores and restaurants.
Boston firefighters have contained a smoky four-alarm fire at a garage on Dalton Street.
Richard Freeland is the Commissioner of Higher Education. The I-Team has learned taxpayers pick up the tab for the lease on his Chevy Hybrid, and the cost of gas and tolls.
Leaders in Boston’s Jewish community are warning local synagogues and Jewish religious institutions to be on guard because of possible terrorist threats overseas.
Commuters rescued a vision-impaired MBTA passenger who fell onto the tracks at the Back Bay station.
Climate Change and the gradual creep of sea level rise has coastal communities wondering what life will be like in the future.
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