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Homes affected by Boston-area gas explosions to get hot plates, heaters

Hotplates for cooking and space heaters for warmth will be distributed to thousands of Massachusetts residents left without natural gas following a series of explosions and fires.

CISCRP’s Free Community Health Event Returning to Boston, MA

On Tuesday, October 23, CISCRP will host AWARE for All, a free community health event, for the Boston community. To learn more and reserve your spot for this event visit awareforall.org or call..

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Boston VA Hospital Patient Infected With Legionnaires' Disease [Video]Boston VA Hospital Patient Infected With Legionnaires' Disease

A patient treated at three Boston-area VA hospitals has been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease. WBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.

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VIDEO: UGI Crews Head to Boston Area to Help after Gas Explosions [Video]VIDEO: UGI Crews Head to Boston Area to Help after Gas Explosions

VIDEO: UGI Crews Head to Boston Area to Help after Gas Explosions

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Pressure sensors focus of gas explosions probe [Video]Pressure sensors focus of gas explosions probe

The investigation into the Boston-area natural gas explosions is partially focused on pressure sensors that were connected to a gas line that was being taken out of service shortly before the blasts,..

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Gas blasts keep thousands from Boston-area homes [Video]Gas blasts keep thousands from Boston-area homes

Some 8,000 people were prevented from returning home after a series of gas explosions rocked three Boston suburbs. Investigators believe the blasts were caused by a gas pipeline. Conway G. Gittens..

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Biotech Automation and FDA Validation Expert Superior Controls to Exhibit and Recruit at the ISPE Annual Premier One-Day Biopharmaceutical Show on September 26

Superior Controls will attend the 27th Annual International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) Boston Area Chapter Product Show and Career Fair at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA September..

Columbia Gas customers file class-action lawsuit over Boston-area explosions, fires

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the utility that operates pipelines linked to a series of explosions and fires last week that shook three Boston-area suburbs.

Phase 1 Technology Announces Complimentary Machine Vision Seminar September 25th In Boston Area

Registration is open now for this unique, no-cost opportunity to learn about advanced machine vision technologies and techniques from the leading global manufacturers of machine vision cameras and..

Gas pressure prior to Boston-area explosions was 12 times above normal level, senators say

The pressure in gas pipelines that ended up exploding and causing multiple fires in Boston-area communities last week was 12 times higher than normal, according to a letter from Massachusetts’..

NiSource continues lower after new gas leak detected in Boston area


Many displaced by Boston-area gas explosions may return home Sunday, governor says

Many suburban Boston residents who were forced from their homes Thursday after gas explosions and fires killed one person and injured at least 25 should be able to return Sunday morning, Massachusetts..

Boston-area explosion victim, 18, had 'bright future,' family says

Family and friends are mourning the 18-year-old man who died in the gas explosions in Massachusetts on Thursday afternoon.

Officer stays on duty despite losing home in Boston-area explosions

A Massachusetts police officer is being hailed a hero after staying on duty to help residents affected by the Boston-area explosions Thursday evening, despite learning that his own home had been..

Boston-area explosions have Massachusetts governor declaring state of emergency

The governor of Massachusetts declared a state of emergency on Friday after a series of deadly gas explosions killed a teen and injured 25 others in an area just north of Boston.

Natural gas explosions: Boston-area gas pipes among oldest and leakiest in US

The Merrimack Valley, ravaged by dozens of natural gas explosions Thursday, is served by some of the nation's oldest and most leak-prone pipes.
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Boston-area gas explosions may have been caused by over-pressurization of lines, officials and experts say

The dozens of gas explosions that rocked communities in the Boston area Thursday -- killing at least one person and injuring more than 20 -- may have been caused by over-pressurization of lines..

Boston-area gas explosions kill at least 1, injure 20, trigger evacuations, officials say

At least one person was killed and more than 20 were injured in Massachusetts Thursday after a series of gas explosions tore through several communities outside Boston, officials said.

Gas explosion evacuees given 'no clear timeline' for returning to homes: officials

Thousands of Boston-area residents forced to evacuate their neighborhoods after Thursday's gas explosions and fires had “no clear timeline” on when they could return, officials said.

Takeda to pack up Illinois HQ, nearly 1,000 workers to be affected

Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd said on Wednesday it plans to shut its U.S. headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois and move it to the greater Boston area, following the closing of its Shire Plc..

LockeBridge Capital Partners Announces Acquisition of ListEngage by Broadtree Partners.

LockeBridge Captial Partners, a Boston area Investment Bank, announced today that it has acted as the exclusive financial advisor in the acquisition of ListEngage by Broadtree Partners. BURLINGTON,..

Takeda moving US headquarters from Chicago area to Boston

DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Japanese drugmaker Takeda says it is closing its U.S. headquarters in suburban Chicago with about 1,000 employees and moving its functions to the Boston area. Takeda..
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Takeda to close Illinois office, move employees to Mass.

Takeda Pharmaceuticals has announced plans to close its U.S. sales office in Deerfield, Illinois, and relocate employees to the Boston area. The announcement comes on the heels of Japan-based Takeda's..

'Keep the money moving': Why the state's biggest philanthropists give back

Whether they are giving away millions of their own money for nonprofit causes, or raising money and shepherding invaluable grants to nonprofit causes in the Boston area, Bill Cummings, Sandra Edgerley..

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