Enjoy that glass of wine while you can, because there's a chance of extreme sticker shock if the Trump Administration imposes a 100% tariff on European wines. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
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Proposed Tariff Could Double Price Of European WinesEnjoy that glass of wine while you can, because there's a chance of extreme sticker shock if the Trump Administration imposes a 100% tariff on European wines. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
Boston-Based Company Works To Help Others Through Knitting, Handmade ProductsChristina Pardy quit her day job at 25 to build a company based on her love of knitting. WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Massachusetts Cranberry Farmers To Get Nearly $1 Million In GrantsWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Judge Might Deny Request For Temporary End To Mass. Vaping Sales BanWBZ TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
New Massachusetts Payroll Tax Begins Tuesday To Fund Paid-Leave ProgramWBZ TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Maria's Pastry Shop In Boston's North End ClosesMaria’s Pastry Shop served up its last cannoli on Sunday. WBZ-TV's Jim Smith reports.
Massachusetts Sales Tax Holiday Won't Include RestaurantsWBZ TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
State Approves First Recreational Pot Shop In WorcesterGood Chemistry, a medical marijuana dispensary in Worcester, is hoping to join the state's booming retail pot industry. WBZ-TV's Tashanea Whitlow reports.
Boston Shops Stay Busy On Valentine's DayAccording to the National Retail Federation, the average consumer is expected spend nearly $162 on Valentine’s Day. WBZ-TV's Tashanea Whitlow reports.
Special Needs Students Work, Learn At Westboro Candy ShopIt's a great place to be on the day before Valentine's Day, but a candy store in Westboro is also part of an innovative school program. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
It Happens Here: Making Candy Canes By Hand In GardnerWBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon visits a festive Gardner business.
Boston Mayor Encourages Starbucks To Withdraw North End PlansMayor Marty Walsh asked the developer to withdraw plans for a Starbucks in the North End. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
North End Residents Push Back Against StarbucksA meeting over a proposed Starbucks got heated Thursday night. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Business Booming Again At Lancaster Turkey Farm Months After Devastating FireBusiness is cranking again at Bob's Turkey Farm after a fire ripped through the business this summer. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Popular Brookline Deli Abruptly Closing Its DoorsRubin's Kosher Restaurant and Delicatessen told customers it will be closing for good. WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Web Extra: I-Team: Boston Limo Service Mistaken For Company That Ripped Off Customers.WBZ-TV's Ryan Kath spoke with the owner of a Boston limo service that has been mistaken for a company that ripped off customers.
Cohasset French Bakery's Unique Uniform Display Honors American SoldiersHonoring American soldiers is a Memorial Day tradition in a place that may seem unusual, a French bakery in Cohasset. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Eye On Education: Students Get Job Training At Cape Cod CafeCafe Riverview is a favorite spot on Route 6A in Sandwich, but it's also a working classroom for students at nearby Riverview School. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Newton Man Invents 'Hands Free' UmbrellaThe Nubrella aims to keep people dry as they complete tasks like walking the dog or pushing a stroller. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
Cambridge Florist Brings In Hundreds Of Flowers Ahead Of Spring SnowMassachusetts is expecting more snow on Sunday and Monday. WBZ-TV's Chantee Lans reports.
Cookies Honoring Martin Richard Draw Mark Wahlberg To Quincy BakeryMark Wahlberg visited a Quincy bakery that makes cookies benefiting the Martin Richard Foundation.
Hudson Business Holds Fundraiser In Honor Of Trooper Thomas ClardyA fundraiser held Saturday night in honor of Massachusetts State Police Trooper Thomas Clardy, who was killed during a traffic stop on the Mass. Pike in Charlton. WBZ-TV's Jim Smith reports.
Holiday Sales Slumping, Likely Due To Warm December WeatherExperts say more sales and discounts could draw in customers to make up for a slow start. WBZ-TV's CHristina Hager reports.
Customers Shop Locally To Support 'Small Business Saturday'The national initiative aims to bring business to independent and "mom-and-pop" shops. WBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.