Columbia Gas Venting In Andover, North Andover Postponed Due To WeatherColumbia Gas was forced to postpone their work on venting the natural gas system in Andover and North Andover.
Keller @ Large: How Much Do You Value Trust?Jon explains why trust is one of our most precious - and fragile – commodities.
Space Heaters Given To Merrimack Valley Residents Without GasMembers of the National Guard were headed door-to-door in Lawrence to deliver space heaters to homes without gas.
National Guard Delivers Hot Plates Door-To-Door In Lawrence: 'Neighbors Helping Neighbors'The National Guard delivered hot plates door-to-door in Lawrence.
Columbia Gas Holds Job Fair To Assist Gas Restoration EffortsColumbia Gas is holding a job fair at the Greater Lawrence Technical School Saturday.
After Explosions, Lawrence Families Hopeful Gas Will Be Restored SoonJust hours after a November completion date was announced, Columbia Gas crews went door to door, starting to get it done one home at a time.
Columbia Gas Hopes To Have Service Restored By November 19Columbia Gas hopes to have service fully restored by Nov. 19 after last week's gas explosions in the Merrimack Valley.
Merrimack Valley Residents Worried About Safety Of Gas Repair WorkAs gas safety expert Bob Ackley drove around the Merrimack Valley Thursday, he was struck by what he did not see.
'It's Quite Scary': Restaurants Struggling After Merrimack Valley ExplosionsNearly a week after the gas explosions and fires in Andover 67 restaurants remain closed.
Gov. Charlie Baker Meets With Small Business Owners In AndoverGov. Charlie Baker met with Andover's small business owners to discuss the impact of the Thursday's gas explosions and fires in Merrimack Valley.
Volunteers Needed At North Andover Columbia Gas Claims CenterThe North Andover Town Manager's office is asking for volunteers to donate their time and help out at the Columbia Gas Claims Center.
Merrimack Valley Explosions: What's Next For Columbia Gas?In the wake of last week's fatal gas-explosion fiasco in the Merrimack Valley, Columbia Gas has donated $10 million to help victims. But that might be just a drop in the bucket of the company's long-term financial exposure from the incident.