Judge To Hear Proposed $143 Million Settlement Against Columbia GasA hearing is scheduled to take place Monday afternoon on the proposed settlement for the victims of the Merrimack Valley gas explosions.
Columbia Gas Ordered To Stop All Non-Emergency Work In Mass.Massachusetts has banned Columbia Gas from doing any non-emergency work in the state while it is under investigation.
Long Line Of Angry Customers At Columbia Gas Claims Center In LawrenceColumbia Gas set up a pop-up claims center on Monday to help residents and businesses forced out by a gas leak in Lawrence on Friday.
Lawrence Residents Can Return Home After Gas LeakAll Lawrence residents can return home and expect to have their gas fully restored by about 10 p.m. Saturday, according to Columbia Gas.
150 Lawrence Homes, Businesses Evacuated Due To Major Gas LeakAbout 150 homes and businesses were evacuated in Lawrence early Friday morning due to a major gas leak at South Broadway and Salem Street.
'Really Panicked' Lawrence Residents Describe Being Evacuated Again After Another Major Gas LeakFor some, this is the second time in just over a year that they’ve been forced to seek shelter after a Columbia Gas incident.
'I've Had Enough': Lawrence Diner Owner Furious After Major Gas LeakCarleen's Coffee Shop was closed again Friday morning after a major gas leak in Lawrence.
Columbia Gas Explosions Settlement Payouts May Range From $50 To $15,000The plan calls for six categories of payouts ranging from $50 for a "nominal" disruption to $15,000 for a "major" disruption.
Square Dedicated To Leonel Rondon, 1 Year After Merrimack Valley Gas ExplosionsLawrence Mayor Dan Rivera and Gov. Charlie Baker were among the speakers at a dedication ceremony in honor of Leonel Rondon.
WATCH: Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions, One Year LaterThis WBZ special program looks at what has happened in the year since gas explosions devastated the Merrimack Valley.
I-Team: One Year After Columbia Gas Explosions, Are We Any Safer?A year after the Merrimack Valley gas explosions, experts weigh in on lessons learned, and whether the safety measures taken since are enough to keep us safe.
Frustration, Resentment For Family Still Rebuilding One Year After Merrimack Valley Gas ExplosionsThe Thornhill’s North Andover home caught fire in the Merrimack Valley gas explosions… with children attending daycare inside.
'It’s Not Fair' Remembering Leonel Rondon, One Year After His Death In Gas ExplosionsOn the afternoon of September 13, 2018, Leonel Rondon was sitting in an SUV parked in a friend’s driveway, when the Columbia Gas explosions began.
‘It Took A Village’: Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera On City’s Emotional Odyssey Since Gas ExplosionsIt has been a year since the Merrimack Valley Explosions; a year of tragedy and triumph for Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera, leading his city through an unimaginable odyssey and the emotional aftermath.
For Merrimack Valley Restaurants, Recovery From Gas Explosions A Slow ProcessMore than 900 business were impacted by the Merrimack Valley gas explosions. Some had to close their doors for months.