Volunteers Want MBTA, National Grid To Protect Gloucester Civil War Cemetery From Invasive WeedVolunteers in Gloucester want to protect a Civil War cemetery from an invasive weed growing on land owned by National Grid and the MBTA.
'It's Overwhelming': Norton Police Officer Revives National Grid WorkerThe Norton Police officer who revived a critically injured National Grid worker Tuesday says he was in the right place at the right time.
Unions Vote To Ratify National Grid Deal, Ending LockoutTwo unions representing more than 1,200 locked out workers have officially approved a deal with National Grid.
National Grid, Unions Reach Tentative Agreement To End LockoutThe lockout between National Grid and its workers may be over.
Abington Family Thanks National Grid Crew For Making Son Honorary ForemanAn Abington family was touched by a special Christmas surprise this year.
Bill Extending Unemployment Benefits To Locked-Out Natural Gas Workers Approved By LawmakersMassachusetts lawmakers have approved a bill that would extend state unemployment benefits to about 1,200 National Grid workers.
Bill Would Create Unemployment Benefits Program For Locked-Out WorkersA bill that would create an unemployment benefits program for locked-out workers began moving in the House on Tuesday.
National Grid To Use 'Noise Cannon' To Scare Away CrowsNational Grid said it wants to get rid of the birds because there is a potential for a power loss if a crow lands on the wrong piece of equipment.
National Grid, Union Workers Meet As Lockout ContinuesOn Friday, union members met with National Grid in Boston for the thirteenth time but it’s the first time since the lockout started June 25th that they feel like their safety proposals are getting attention.
National Grid Works To Completely Restore Gas In Woburn Homes After Over-PressurizationWoburn Mayor Scott Galvin said gas service has been restored to almost all of the homes impacted by an over-pressurization mistake earlier this week.
National Grid Lockout Impacting Boston Real Estate MarketIn addition to National Grid workers who have been locked out of their jobs since June, there’s another industry hoping for a quick resolution to the contract dispute – the real estate market.