A formal decommissioning ceremony is being held Friday at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, where the nuclear-powered submarine was ravaged by a fire set by a shipyard worker in May 2012.
The Navy says it spent more than $71 million on cleanup, planning and initial repairs on the fire-damaged USS Miami before plans to return the submarine to service were scuttled.
The Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth was shut down last weekend so workers could repair what ownership called a small steam leak in the plant’s feed water system.
The Navy has decided to scrap the USS Miami instead of repairing the nuclear-powered submarine.
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State highway administrator Frank DePaola told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Thursday they’ll fix an area where the concrete is crumbling.
The big change – outbound traffic to Cambridge will be narrowed down to one lane. The two inbound lanes to Boston will remain.
A Framingham man spent thousands to repair his home that was destroyed by ice dams this winter. Now he may lose the house because his bank is refusing to turn over the $48,000 insurance check.
Governor Patrick has signed a bill to give out $200 million to towns and cities across the state for road and sidewalk repairs.
On a January Saturday, the coastline provided picture-perfect moments for most of the day. But by day’s end the sun was losing its battle with the clouds.