Recent gas explosions that rocked the Merrimack Valley and led to the death of an 18-year-old could lead to the financial deterioration of Columbia Gas and its parent company.
For the first time in nearly two decades, StonehamBank has new leaders.
A Rhode Island man was arrested yesterday and charged in connection with a scheme to embezzle over $1 million from a Massachusetts company.
A proposed senior housing development in Devens called Shirley Commons has received a rental housing award from the Baker-Polito administration, allowing it to move forward with construction in spring of 2019.
Burgess Properties Inc. has brokered the sale of 11 Charles St. in Malden for $3.9 million.
Boston-based Leggat McCall Properties has broken ground on The Smith, which will add 650 residential units in Boston’s South End as part of a continuing multifamily and commercial development boom.
Sundie Seefried, president and CEO of Partner Colorado Credit Union and its subsidiary Safe Harbor Services, the credit union service provider that is assisting GFA Credit Union bank recreational marijuana, will speak in Massachusetts on Oct. 4.
A Boston woman was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston for robbing two banks in the Greater Boston area.
A Rhode Island man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston to bank robbery.
A Weston property owner will pay up to $40,000 in penalties and restore wetlands after allegations that he illegally altered and destroyed protected areas on his property, according to a statement from Attorney General Maura Healey’s office.
Last year’s state budget surplus could provide funding to help Merrimack Valley residents and businesses struggling to recover from an ongoing natural gas emergency, according to House Speaker Robert DeLeo, who said he’s confident that lawmakers would unite around an aid package, if necessary.
A controversial multifamily development on Newton’s city-owned Austin Street parking lot has obtained $30.2 million in construction and permanent financing.
Northeast Private Client Group has brokered the sale of three properties in East Boston, Shrewsbury and Southbridge for a combined $5.83 million.
A small Massachusetts credit union is making national headlines after it announced last week that it would serve recreational marijuana businesses, making it the first financial institution in the Bay State to wade into what is expected to be an absolutely massive industry.
A Marlborough business owner was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester in connection with a scheme to commit bank fraud.
Rogers & Gray Insurance has opened a new office in Quincy, the company’s 10th location in the state.
In the first nine days that it was open, gamblers lost almost $10 million to the first full-scale casino to open under Massachusetts’ 2011 expanded gaming law.
Updated plans for further development at Charlestown’s fully leased Hood Park include a hotel, 200 housing units, along with office and lab space that could house up to 3,500 jobs.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) board of directors approved three new development projects in Allston, Hyde Park and Roxbury. The projects will create 257 residential units, 16 of them affordable housing units and 89 jobs.
A Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) employee from Dedham was indicted on charges of stealing more than $450,000 from agency fare collection boxes he was supposed to repair.