An I-Team investigation uncovers fraudulent use of taxpayer funded benefits intended for the neediest of Massachusetts residents.
The I-Team has learned that during the past couple of years, there are just two spots in the city of Boston that are causing a lot of damage.
One day after an I-Team investigation questioned practices at a Rhode Island-based veterans’ charity, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office has filed suit against the organization, alleging it uses deceptive fundraising tactics and illegally solicits donations in Massachusetts.
The I-Team found one charity collecting thousands of dollars in donations for veterans, but so far providing no services to them.
A college in Boston took over a smaller Back Bay school and then dropped the program entirely.
Residents are scared to walk on the adjacent sidewalk, and they think they know what is to blame for the crashes.
Massachusetts will collect almost $600 million in fees from the registry or about ten times what it costs to operate.
A realtor has filed a lawsuit challenging the way Hyannis plans to pay for a new $20 million fire station.
The I-Team uncovers a hidden danger that could be in homes, offices or even schools.
Foreign governments are stealing secrets in New England, many times with just a few clicks of a mouse.