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BOSTON – The Mass. Department of Transportation announced last week that a panel charged with exploring public-private partnerships to fund certain transportation infrastructure projects was slated to hold its first public meeting last week. more
Candace Simas grew up working in the office of her family’s Cumberland auto-body shop, but never thought she would end up running the place – until a crisis struck. more
Both Rhode Island and Massachusetts drivers saw gasoline prices rise 2 cents this week, the third consecutive week of increases after a nine-week decline, AAA Southern New England reported Tuesday. more
U.S. investigators looking into the May 17 Connecticut commuter-rail crash haven’t yet found a clear cause. The fact a broken rail became the most immediate suspect speaks to years of deferred maintenance that have left trouble spots throughout a Washington-Boston network that carries more than 700,000 people a day and dates to the 1800s. more
AAA Southern New England projects a 0.9 percent decrease in Memorial Day travel. The trade group estimates that 34.8 million U.S. residents will travel 50 miles or more from their home during the Memorial Day holiday period between Thursday, May 23, and Monday, May 27. more
Both Rhode Island and Massachusetts drivers saw gasoline prices rise this week, the second consecutive week of increases after a nine-week decline, AAA Southern New England reported Monday. more
Rhode Island and Massachusetts drivers saw gasoline prices jump 6 cents this week after a nine-week decline, AAA Southern New England reported Monday. more
Gasoline prices in the Ocean State fell 1 cent this week in the ninth consecutive week of price declines, AAA Southern New England reported Monday. more
Solar energy to date has largely been focused on buildings – business and residential – and ways in which their inhabitants can reduce carbon footprints via personal responsibility. more
BOSTON – An auto-insurance company has agreed to pay more than $200,000 to settle allegations that it overcharged consumers by failing to reduce premiums as drivers gained additional years of driving experience, Attorney General Martha Coakley said. more
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