Boston leaders have been working on a new voluntary payment plan for local nonprofits such as colleges and hospitals to start paying property taxes.
After a significant amount of negative publicity that followed Lt. Governor Tim Murray’s early morning November crash, Murray has now hired a public relations firm that specializes in crisis communications.
The State Department of Early Education and Care says there are 11,806 licensed day care centers in Massachusetts, and that on average the state gets about 3,600 complaints each year.
The I-Team has obtained a treasure trove of never-before-seen photos of the Boston crime boss, Whitey Bulger
The owner of Becky’s Driving School in Worcester is accused of inappropriate behavior during her lessons.
Governor Deval Patrick is targeting the high cost of the MBTA’s transportation service for the elderly and disabled and crediting the I-Team for spotlighting the problem.
The car salesman who allegedly pitched plenty of illegal sales has nothing to say as he’s led out of court in handcuffs and shackles.
How would you like a job that gives you almost four months off with pay? Believe it or not, the I-Team has found state employees getting just that.
The state is strapped with a $2 billion budget deficit, yet it’s spending millions of dollars on chauffer driven rides to methadone clinics.
In the nine years since the September 11 attacks, the federal government has spent billions of dollars to tighten airport security. But is air travel in America really any safer?