Massachusetts Launches Investigation Into Merrimack Valley Gas DisasterMassachusetts officials are opening their own investigation into last September's Merrimack Valley natural gas disaster.
‘Weak Engineering Management’ Probable Cause Of Columbia Gas Explosions, NTSB SaysThe final NTSB report on last year’s Merrimack Valley gas explosions says the probable cause was Columbia Gas’ “weak engineering management.”
Columbia Gas Says It's On Target To Meet Deadline, Check Hundreds Of Gas LinesColumbia Gas has just two more days to check hundreds of gas lines or face a hefty fine.
Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions $143 Million Settlement Gets Preliminary ApprovalA judge has given preliminary approval to a $143 million settlement in a lawsuit brought against the utility blamed for a series of gas explosions in Massachusetts in September 2018.
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.
Woman Reunites With Dog Lost After Merrimack Valley ExplosionsAltagracia Baldera was in disbelief as she held her 14-year-old Pekingese mix that had been missing for a year.
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.
'I Still Cry Myself To Sleep': Lawrence Residents Anxious After Another Gas LeakFriday morning’s gas leak is bringing back some scary memories for people in South Lawrence who experienced the fires and explosions from last September.
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.
NTSB Recommends Stronger Gas Regulations After Merrimack Valley ExplosionsThe NTSB said utilities should be required to install additional safeguards to pipeline systems similar to the one involved in the disaster.
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.