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NStar Proposes Lowering Natural Gas Rates To 2002 Levels

NStar is proposing lowering natural gas rates to their lowest level in a decade.


A home on the corner of Danny and Reynold Roads in Hyde Park (credit: Rich Lombardi)

Homeowners Still Waiting For Answers 2 Years After Hyde Park Explosion

Nearly two years after the explosion that destroyed a home in Hyde Park, the legal fight is still raging and the homeowners are still waiting for someone to be held responsible.


File image of a utility pole.

Bird Blamed For Knocking Out Power In Waltham

A bird is being blamed for knocking out power to about 1500 people in Waltham on Saturday.


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Coakley Recommends Fining NStar Nearly $10 Million For Outages During Storms

The Massachusetts attorney general is seeking nearly $10 million in fines from NStar for what she calls “inadequate” responses to two major storms last year.


A National Grid team repairs a broken power line Monday, Oct. 31, 2011. (Photo courtesy: National Grid)

Coakley Fines National Grid $16 Million For Outages

National Grid could be facing more than $16 million in fines connected to its response to two major power outages last year.


Trees cleared by NStar contractors in Sudbury.

Vandal Hits Crew Clear-Cutting Trees In Sudbury

Police are searching for a man who took an axe to a tree clearing machine, causing $5,000 in damages.


Newly planted tree under wires on Nonantum Road.

State Digging Up Newly Planted Trees Along Nonantum Road

As many as 58 of the new trees on the Boston-Newton line were planted directly underneath four layers of utility lines which include NStar electrical power cables.


NStar brought in heavy machinery to tear down these trees in Sudbury.

NStar Halts Tree Clearing Work After Residents Complain

NStar has put a temporary stop to tree clearing work in Sudbury, Wayland and Framingham.


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NSTAR, Union Talks Going Down To The Wire

Negotiations continued Thursday between NSTAR and the Utility Workers of America Local 369.


Inside the 29th floor of the Prudential Tower during the power outage Tuesday May 8, 2012. (Photo courtesy: Maria Varmazis-Twitter)

Menino: NStar Showing ‘Complete Arrogance’ With Customer Service

The lights are back on in the Back Bay, but Mayor Tom Menino is still unhappy with NStar.