Segway Tour Company Owes Boston $200K In Fines, Files For Bankruptcy Boston by Segway, a segway tour company, filed for bankruptcy protection after acquiring 200,000 dollars in fines over two years.
AG Plans To Fight Utility Appeals Over Storm FinesMassachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says her office will defend the more than $24 million in fines issued by state regulators against appeals that have since been filed by three electric utilities.
Coakley Recommends Fining NStar Nearly $10 Million For Outages During StormsThe Massachusetts attorney general is seeking nearly $10 million in fines from NStar for what she calls "inadequate" responses to two major storms last year.
Middleborough Police Chief Proposes $20 Fine For SwearingPublic swearing is so bad in Middleborough that they're considering a plan to start enforcing a longstanding but rarely-used law.
Mass. Ditches Honor System To Crack Down On Toll EvadersMassachusetts is joining forces with New Hampshire and Maine so each state can have better luck getting scofflaws to pay.
Coakley: Money From Utility Storm Fines Should Go To CustomersAttorney General Martha Coakley wants the state to do more to compensate utility customers who suffer lengthy power outages after severe storms.
Commerce Secretary Orders Some Fishing Fines ReturnedThe U.S. Commerce Secretary has ordered tens of thousands of dollars in fines returned to fishermen after a special investigator determined the penalties were excessive or unjust.
Local Restaurants Fined Over Ongoing Data BreachA local restaurant group is learning the hard way what the law says about protecting customers' personal data.
Rhode Island Considering Tougher Seat Belt Law Forget to wear a seat belt in Rhode Island and you might be pulled over and fined $75 under a bill pending in the General Assembly.
Celtics Coach Doc Rivers Fined $15,000 After EjectionBoston Celtics coach Doc Rivers has been fined $15,000 for leaving the court too slowly after being ejected from a game in Phoenix.
AG Collects More Than $8M For 2010 Wage ViolationsEmployers who broke Massachusetts wage laws have paid more than $8M in fines and restitution to workers and the state.