The Foundation Whose WWII-Era Bomber Crashed Is Asking The FAA To Renew Its Permit
The Collings Foundation grounded flights temporarily after seven people died aboard its B-17 bomber earlier this month, but the group is planning a return to the skies. It's seeking re-authorization to fly vintage aircraft and is trying to marshal support for its application.
DPU Investigating National Grid's Management
State regulators have ordered the probe in a rare move born of concerns that National Grid failed to communicate about the potential for severe delays...
Developers Have Discovered Lynn. What Comes Next?
Now in a development boom, Lynn hopes to attract people with well-paying jobs who are looking for an affordable alternative to Boston. But anti-gentrification activists argue it’s absurd to subsidize...
Second Lawsuit Filed Against Baker Administration's Four-Month Ban On Vaping Product Sales
The new complaint argues that the governor's ban "has shuttered and will irreparably destroy Massachusetts's $331 million nicotine-vapor-products industry, and the livelihoods of the 2,500 workers that it employs."