MBTA Stops Controversial Monopole WiFi Towers ProjectThe MBTA is stopping a controversial project to upgrade Wi-Fi service by installing hundreds of 70-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
Call 4 Action Helps Cape Cod Man Get Refrigerator FixedIt's bad enough when your fridge conks out in 80-degree weather, what is worse is waiting weeks for a repair even though you paid for an extended warranty.
I-Team: Monopole Moratorium Extended for MBTA’s Controversial WiFi ProjectQuestions and concerns continue to swirl around the MBTA’s controversial plan to upgrade WiFi service by installing hundreds of 74-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
I-Team: Pedestrian Safety Questioned At Theatre District Construction SiteAt a busy intersection in Boston’s Theatre District, a 22-story hotel is beginning to take shape on a sliver of open land.
I-Team: Congressional Leaders Ask FCC To Investigate Impact Of MBTA WiFi Project Congressional leaders in Massachusetts are asking the Federal Communications Commission to “carefully examine” a project that would upgrade WiFi service along the MBTA’s commuter rail system.
I-Team: Former Harvard Admin Who Stole From Disabilities Fund Repays $48,000A former Harvard Law administrator who stole from an account intended for students with disabilities has paid almost $48,000 in restitution.
I-Team: Wiretapping Charges Dropped Against HR Employees Who Planted Hidden CameraThree human resources employees at Wyman-Gordon in Grafton no longer have to worry about a criminal conviction for wiretapping after they planted a hidden camera to catch a sleeping worker.
I-Team: Fan Who Helped Find Brady's Stolen Jerseys Gets Special GiftA Patriots fan who helped the FBI solve the mystery of Tom Brady’s missing Super Bowl jerseys received a priceless gift.
I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Brockton Man Get More Than $3,000 Warranty RefundThe WBZ I-Team helped Jonathan Tucker get his refund after cancelling the expensive extended warranties on his car.
I-Team: Used Car Dealership Will Pay Restitution To Consumers After AG’s InvestigationA Massachusetts used car dealership will pay $50,000 in restitution to customers and change its business practices after the Attorney General accused the company of routinely selling unreliable cars and using bait and switch tactics to mislead consumer about their high-interest loans.
I-Team: MBTA To Review Controversial WiFi ProjectThe MBTA announced on Friday it is hitting the brakes on a controversial WiFi contract, launching a “30-day assessment” of the project.
I-Team: Opposition To MBTA WiFi Poles Gains SteamHomeowners and elected leaders packed a meeting on Monday and voiced opposition to a proposed MBTA project that would install hundreds of 74-foot monopoles along the MBTA’s entire commuter rail system.