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Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019
Housing Officials Cancel Publicly Funded Private Party

Housing Officials Cancel Publicly Funded Private Party

Public housing officials in Salem, Massachusetts, formally voted Wednesday night to cancel the use of $5,000 in public funds that would have been used on a private retirement party for its outgoing executive director. The... Read More

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Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019
Cyber Attack Shuts Down Part of Public Defender Agency

Cyber Attack Shuts Down Part of Public Defender Agency

A cyber-attack has shut down part of Massachusetts' public defender agency—leaving thousands of attorneys unable to access their own network for weeks. The shutdown is causing a domino effect as some cases are not making it... Read More

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Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019
School Scam Kingpin's Penalty May Be Lighter Than Parents'

School Scam Kingpin's Penalty May Be Lighter Than Parents'

When William Rick Singer appeared in U.S. District Court in Boston Tuesday, he already knew his fate. The 58-year-old man from Newport Beach, California, had organized an elaborate operation that took in more than $25 million... Read More

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Tuesday, Mar 12, 2019
Two in Alleged College Admission Scandal Have Ties to Mass.

Two in Alleged College Admission Scandal Have Ties to Mass.

Two of the suspects charged Tuesday in the federal college admission scam have homes in Massachusetts. Read More

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Tuesday, Mar 12, 2019
Parents Got Tax Write-Off Amidst Alleged Admission Scandal

Parents Got Tax Write-Off Amidst Alleged Admission Scandal

The 32 parents implicated in the college admission fraud case announced in federal court in Boston Tuesday not only bought admission for their kids into prestigious universities, but also used the payments as charitable tax... Read More

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Friday, Mar 8, 2019
The Party's Over in Salem After Questions About Public Money

The Party's Over in Salem After Questions About Public Money

Billie McGregor has lived in her public housing apartment since becoming disabled in 2011. The 70-year-old veteran calls the assistance a valuable service for those in need, one where every dollar counts. “I’m eternally grateful... Read More

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Wednesday, Mar 6, 2019
Talk to Ten: Snowy Sidewalk Dispute With Eversource Resolved

Talk to Ten: Snowy Sidewalk Dispute With Eversource Resolved

Yma Arrington has lived on Woodbine Street in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood for almost 30 years. She’s seen snow before and said she and her neighbors shovel their walks, both in front of their properties and for their neighbors... Read More

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Monday, Mar 4, 2019
Talk to Ten: Snowy Sidewalk Dispute Resolved

Talk to Ten: Snowy Sidewalk Dispute Resolved

On Monday morning, there was a flurry of snow removal activity at the MBTA's Roslindale Crossing commuter rail station. But on the sidewalk below, it was a much different story. Every time it snows, residents in the... Read More

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Friday, Mar 1, 2019
After Gas Explosions, Shake Up at State Regulatory Agency

After Gas Explosions, Shake Up at State Regulatory Agency

There has been a major shake-up at the Massachusetts agency overseeing the natural gas industry, less than six months after the deadly explosions in the Merrimack Valley. Department of Utilities Commissioner Angela O’Connor... Read More

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Friday, Feb 22, 2019
Orchid of Asia Day Spa and Kraft's Alleged Involvement

Orchid of Asia Day Spa and Kraft's Alleged Involvement

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is just one of the hundreds of people accused of soliciting prostitutes in Florida this week. The 77-year-old NFL owner is being charged with two counts of soliciting another to commit... Read More

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