Legendary Swimmer Diana Nyad “Swim for Relief”
National Grid Settles Claims Of Late Pay After Hurricane SandyThe Massachusetts attorney general's office says National Grid has agreed to pay about $1.5 million to workers who waited months to receive compensation for work performed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
South Shore Residents Consider Moving After Floodplain ChangesBecause of Hurricane Sandy, FEMA is redrawing the floodplain maps up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
Mass. Sees Spike In Hurricane Sandy Car Title ScamsThe RMV is warning consumers to watch out for scammers selling cars with reconstructed titles that mask vehicles damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
Charity Scams To Look Out ForWithin hours of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, CT, social media pages began cropping up dedicated to the victims.
NH Issues Warning About Possible Gasoline-Contaminated Water BottlesThe Vermont and New Hampshire health departments are warning people to check for gasoline smells in some 3- and 5-gallon water jugs
Mass. Health Officials Warn Of Gasoline Contaminated WaterThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health has issued an advisory after a child became sick after drinking water from a five gallon bottle.
Mass. AG Fines National Grid For Delayed Payments After Hurricane SandyNational Grid has been hit with a $270,000 fine for delays in paying hundreds of Massachusetts workers after Hurricane Sandy.
Winding Down 2012 With A Whimper Trying to stay positive here.........The Patriots outscored the Jaguars Good thing they weren't playing the Sisters of Notre Dame.....they would have lost. And one other positive story, John Kerry will be leaving Massachusetts for a new job. Kerry is the most disingenuous, do-nothing politician I've ever encountered and I have to say BHO got THIS ONE right. See ya JFK!!
6 Mass. Counties Eligible For Sandy Disaster AidAbout $22 million is now available to state and local governments to share for emergency response and repair costs.
Coakley Threatens National Grid With Fine Over Workers' Back PayAttorney General Martha Coakley is handing down a stern warning to National Grid after thousands of their local employees went unpaid for their work in New York following Hurricane Sandy.