A few thousand Market Basket workers and customers rallied outside a store in Tewksbury Tuesday to pressure management to reinstate the company’s former chief executive or accept his offer to buy the company.
For families struggling to meet basic needs, the ritual of back to school shopping can be a real problem.
Revere officials and residents are still cleaning up from Monday’s tornado and starting to wonder what funds might be available to help pay for repairs.
The owners of Market Basket met in Boston to discuss the workers’ revolt and an offer to buy the supermarket chain from a fired CEO.
Arthur T. Demoulas said in a statement that he and his side of the family want to buy the 50.5 percent of the company now controlled by relatives who backed his firing last month.
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Market Basket workers rallied again Monday in support of the former chief executive and other workers who were fired.
An estimated 1,000 people have shown up at Market Basket supermarket chain headquarters in a show of support for the company’s former chief executive.
Two sheriffs from Massachusetts will travel to the U.S-Mexico border Tuesday to meet with immigration officials and border patrol agents to get a firsthand look at the influx of unaccompanied children entering the United States.
The threat from Tropical Storm Arthur has prompted Massachusetts State Police to move the July 4th festivities on the Esplanade up to July 3.