Nearly 1,760 Columbia Gas Customers Still In Temporary HousingColumbia Gas says it has restored gas service to about 60 percent of affected homes, but nearly 1,760 families remain in temporary housing.
Merrimack Valley Explosion Victims In Temporary Trailers Dealing With Frozen Water LinesPeople displaced by the Merrimack Valley explosions were dealing with frozen water lines due to an overnight storm.
In Wake Of Gas Explosions, Feds Say Utility Projects Need More Design ReviewIn the wake of September's natural gas explosions and fires, Massachusetts should require a professional engineer to sign off on all public utility projects before any work starts, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended Thursday.
Columbia Gas Will Work Thanksgiving Day In Merrimack ValleyColumbia Gas now says it will work Thanksgiving Day in the Merrimack Valley, reversing a previous decision.
Families Living In Trailers After Gas Explosions Cope With First Winter StormThe storm isn’t the only thing the families are facing. Several trailers are without water.
Lawrence Mayor Calls On Columbia Gas To Work Through ThanksgivingLawrence Mayor Dan Rivera called on Columbia Gas to work through the holiday to get residents reconnected after the Merrimack Valley explosions.
Merrimack Valley Residents Brace For Sub-Freezing Temps, Frozen Pipes After Gas ExplosionsTwo months to the day after the gas explosions that killed one and left thousands displaced, Merrimack Valley affected residents are preparing for a stretch of sub-freezing temperatures without heat.
Columbia Gas Will Provide Thanksgiving Dinner To Merrimack Valley Explosion VictimsThe utility behind the natural gas explosions in Massachusetts in September is planning to provide 20,000 hot Thanksgiving dinners to residents who have still not returned to their homes.
Columbia Gas Holding Open Houses On Gas Explosion Recovery EffortsThe natural gas company at the center of September's gas explosions and fires north of Boston is hosting a series of community meetings.
Columbia Gas Faces Second Wrongful Death LawsuitAnother wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Columbia Gas and parent company NiSource in the wake of the Merrimack Valley explosions.
Columbia Gas Under Criminal Investigation For Merrimack Valley ExplosionsNiSource, the parent company of Columbia Gas, was served a grand jury subpoena by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boston.
Columbia Gas Says Pipeline Replacement Is CompleteMore than 43 miles of main lines are now “gas-ready,” Columbia said, three weeks ahead of schedule.