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Ally Donnelly

Ally Donnelly

  • Mar 1, 2019

    After Merrimack Valley 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 has stepped down after four years at the agency and one of her top safety directors, Richard Wallace, is retiring after 30 years with the department.

  • Feb 14, 2019

    Take Back Your Privacy: Hiding Your Digital Footprints

    Like many of us, the internet has become inextricably woven into the fabric of Kristi Johnson’s life. The Framingham mom said she has noticed that a sweater or pair of slippers she browsed on one website pop up in ads on others. To protect herself financially, she doesn’t store her credit card information on sites. But beyond that, she said,...

  • Feb 6, 2019

    Michelle Carter Trial Prompts Need for Suicide Awareness by Health Advocates

    While the Michelle Carter case made national headlines, public health experts stressed that we need to be having ongoing conversations about suicide, especially as the suicide rate continues to climb. The latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more people in Massachusetts and around the country are killing themselves. The Supreme Judicial Court’s decision Wednesday...

  • Jan 29, 2019

    Man on Hood in Road Rage Incident Insists He Wasn’t Aggressor

    Rick Kamrowski, who was on the hood of an SUV that hit 70 mph on the Massachusetts Turnpike on Friday, sits down with NBC10 Boston.

  • Jan 17, 2019

    High Behind the Wheel: Rising Drug-Related Crashes Heighten Search for Accurate Roadside Drug Tests

    The number of people dying in drug-related crashes is skyrocketing according to recent data from the Governor’s Highway Safety Administration. Police worry — if they can’t get some help — it’s only going to get worse. There is no breathalyzer for drugs like there is for alcohol and it is a huge challenge for law enforcement when it comes to...

  • Jan 2, 2019

    Judge Dismisses Child Rape Charges Against Former Milton Academy Teacher

    A judge has dismissed child rape charges against a former Milton Academy teacher accused of molesting a student in the 1980s. Reynold Buono, 72, was returned to the U.S. from Thailand to face charges including rape of a child and rape of a child with force last summer after being named in sealed indictments in 2017.

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