The former Burlington Housing Authority executive director pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges that she misused taxpayer funds while holding the position.
The I-Team has learned that a Burlington official is under investigation and now indicted for using her publicly issued credit card for personal expenses.
A former Boston firefighter appeared in court for the first time Friday, accused of an extortion scheme first uncovered by the I-Team almost four years ago.
Prior to the allegations, there was little evidence to suggest any problems at the nursing home, according to online “performance summary” records.
An alleged extortion plot uncovered by the I-Team has led to criminal charges against a Boston firefighter.
A federal agency is making changes to a national database to prevent innocent drivers from experiencing the frustration caused by cases of mistaken identity.
A Boston lawmaker says short term rentals can have a detrimental effect on a neighborhood.
There is now a push to make sure everyone who gets on The Ride should actually qualify. However, some people complain the new eligibility process goes too far.
A man claiming to be a licensed engineer that the I-Team exposed last year appears to be at it again, despite a court order not to.
Billing errors can be a financial burden on patients and taxpayer-funded programs and can also put someone’s health at risk.