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.
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Great Elm Capital Group on Monday reported a loss of $2.5 million in its fiscal fourth quarter.
Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday afternoon declared a state of emergency in the wake of a series of gas fires and explosions in the Merrimack Valley, handing over control of the response to Eversource in place of the local utility that Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera said had been “hiding from the problem.”
This week’s Personnel File features new hires, promotions and executive hires in banks and law firms from all over the state.
New development in Boston may be geared towards global elites, and Bostonians aren’t having it.
A relatively small group of NIMBY homeowners has paralyzed the housing market in the suburbs of Boston, choking off new construction and driving up prices and rents.
Dyer Brown’s restaurant practice has a long list of reservations. The Boston-based architecture firm recently completed projects for Red Heat Tavern’s newest location
Banks hesitate to make a large technology investment to accommodate a new payment workstream without fully understanding the market demand and having a realistic expectation for adoption.
In an era when you can find almost anything you want to know online about real estate – the estimated market value of a house, the rankings of neighborhood schools, crime rates, walkability and much more – there’s one important subject that’s difficult for consumers to check out: Ethics infractions by local Realtors, including agents you might want to hire to list your house or help you buy.
Despite his more than nine decades on this earth, it seemed like Harold Brown was never going to retire.
The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency at the end of August published an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking, calling for public comment on ways to modernize and transform the Community Reinvestment Act.
Anecdotal evidence that many of Boston’s newly built luxury condos sit unoccupied as part-time residences or “wealth storage lockers” for out-of-town investors is bolstered by the findings of a new housing market study.
With widespread power outages and vehicle travel into the city of Lawrence restricted in the wake of a series of devastating fires, tenants at commercial properties were making alternate arrangements to keep their businesses up and running.
After 64 years at the helm of one of Boston’s most successful real estate empires, Harold Brown is stepping down as chairman of The Hamilton Co.
Attorney General Maura Healey announced a $3 million grant program to help Massachusetts residents pay and lower their monthly natural gas heating bills.
South Shore Bank of Quincy has opened its new Wollaston Branch today at 699 Hancock St. The building offers lots of parking and was previously a Friendly’s restaurant.
Greylock Federal Credit Union will renovate its very first branch at 75 Kellogg St., Pittsfield. The branch was first completed in 1971, and has not undergone major updates since.
Median household income in Massachusetts rose by less than 1 percent in 2017, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data, while the state’s poverty rate was flat and there was an uptick in people without health insurance.
This week’s Community Good Works features banks and credit unions giving back to their communities through volunteer work, donations and events.