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Division of Banks July Branch Activity

The Massachusetts Division of Banks in July granted permission to the City of Boston Credit Union to expand its membership to those that live, work or attend school in Middlesex County, while also approving a number of branch moves.

Personnel File

In this week’s Personnel File, banks, credit unions, residential realty offices and architecture firms grow their teams.

Hot Property: One and Three Burlington Woods

It is incredibly exciting to see this level of interest for One and Three Burlington Woods, particularly from growing tech companies. Burlington continues to prove itself as a desirable suburban destination for companies of all types and sizes

Legalized Marijuana: Next Steps for Landlords

While implementation of the commonwealth’s recreational marijuana legalization has been slow, as of July 1, licensed facilities may now sell marijuana. Possession of marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, which creates some concerns for residents and landlords alike.


No Slowing Down

When he was in college three decades ago, Dave Dirubbo dreamed of building the small construction company he started with his brother Anthony into a thriving business. But after he was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma, those dreams were put on hold.

The Next Step in Online Banking: Virtual Financial Wellness Coaching

With artificial intelligence trending toward the mainstream, financial institutions have an opportunity to reinvent how they deliver personal finance management tools and create an interactive experience that will help consumers take control of their overall financial health.

Private Parties Cannot Enforce Public Rights to Access Tidelands

Massachusetts is unusual in that an owner of waterfront property typically holds title to the low water mark. However, the area between the low and the high water marks normally remains subject to the rights of the public to fish, fowl (hunt birds) and navigate.