Firefighters rescued six ducklings that were trapped in a sewer drain.
A broken pipe in Allston sent raw sewerage spewing into the basements of several homes. And this didn’t happen just once.
At least 100 homeowners in Milton haven’t gotten a sewer bill for 30 years or more. That will change tonight, when town leaders unveil a plan to have those residents pay some of that money back.
The town’s Public Works Department uncovered the three million dollar secret when a realtor trying to sell a house could not find a copy of the sewer bill.
Leaders in the Massachusetts Senate are proposing a bill designed to help improve the state’s water and sewer infrastructure.