What happens when someone comes to your home trying to sell you electricity? That’s going on in the Boston area and some of you are telling us you’re feeling misled.
The city of Boston is trying to get more people to Downtown Crossing, but many of the area’s woes are blamed on the stalled Filene’s Basement project.
A lot of people are finding a surprise when they open up their latest checking account statements. It’s a new fee, just to get copies of your canceled checks.
Craig from Fall River is curious. “Why is it that our government continues to give billions of our tax dollars to dictators and not to the millions of Americans who are struggling?” he asks.
It’s hard to imagine enduring the devastation from Friday’s Japan earthquake in New England. One viewer is curious if we could ever see a tsunami in New England.
Replacing old trains will cost the ‘T’ millions of dollars it says it doesn’t have. Some of you curious why conductors don’t make sure everyone has paid.
Gas prices are showing no sign of dropping anytime soon. How high will prices have to climb before we all start to change our habits?
I am curious as to the correct spelling of the name of the leader of Libya. CBS uses Qaddafi. The Boston Globe uses Khadafy. The Sun Chronicle of Attleboro uses Gadhafi. The only thing they are consistent about is Moammar. – Tom
Driving down the road at night some headlights are so bright it’s hard to see anything else. They’re an intense white and sometimes blue.
The Junior program at the Boston Community Boating boathouse used to cost $1. Now it’s going to cost between $100 and $200.