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Boston Herald
The TickerU.S. stocks see worst showing in 18 months The U.S. stock market endured its w
The Ticker
Boston Herald / Posted 9 days ago
U.S. stocks see worst showing in 18 months The U.S. stock market endured its worst performance in 18 months yesterday, driven lower by another slump in Chinese shares and heavy selling by technical traders. The global rout started in China, where... Read more
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FOX 25 Boston
Proposed Massachusetts natural gas rate hikes cut by $13MBOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Columbia Gas have
Proposed Massachusetts natural gas rate hikes cut by $13M
FOX 25 Boston / Posted 9 days ago
BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Columbia Gas have reached an agreement that cuts the natural gas company's proposed rate hike of nearly $50 million by more than $13 million and prevents another distribution rate hike for... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Proposed Massachusetts natural gas rate hikes cut by $13MBOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Columbia Gas have
Proposed Massachusetts natural gas rate hikes cut by $13M
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 9 days ago
BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Columbia Gas have reached an agreement that cuts the natural gas company's proposed rate hike of nearly $50 million by more than $13 million and prevents another distribution rate hike for... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
State law requires utilities to refund 'recalculation fees'PITTSFIELD >> There's finally some relief for Berkshire County residents
State law requires utilities to refund 'recalculation fees'
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 10 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> There's finally some relief for Berkshire County residents who were charged rate recalculation fees when they switched electric distribution companies in response to last winter's steep rate hikes. A bipartisan budget amendment... Read more
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The Wanderer
Five Minute Public HearingEverything was in place at the Mattapoisett Town Hall for a lively discussion o
Five Minute Public Hearing
The Wanderer / Posted 13 days ago
Everything was in place at the Mattapoisett Town Hall for a lively discussion of electrical aggregation when the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen, along with Town Administrator Michael Gagne, went down the agenda at the August 11 meeting. But, when... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Residents, leaders decry proposed Unitil rate hike FITCHBURG -- On Wednesday night, local Unitil ratepayers were frustrated, ang
Residents, leaders decry proposed Unitil rate hike
Lowell Sun / Posted 17 days ago
FITCHBURG -- On Wednesday night, local Unitil ratepayers were frustrated, angry and feeling pretty desperate. Unfortunately, many of them said, these feelings are nothing new. At a public hearing... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Unitil seeking rate hikeFITCHBURG -- Customers of Unitil Corp., the local gas and electricity distribut
Unitil seeking rate hike
Lowell Sun / Posted 19 days ago
FITCHBURG -- Customers of Unitil Corp., the local gas and electricity distributor, will have a chance Wednesday night to share comments and concerns about a proposed distribution rate increase. At Memorial Middle School on Wednesday, the Department... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Nonprofit coalition flags Berkshire Gas parent's pipeline investmentPITTSFIELD >> A coalition of nonprofit environmental organizations is ask
Nonprofit coalition flags Berkshire Gas parent's pipeline investment
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 22 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> A coalition of nonprofit environmental organizations is asking federal and state officials to review the decision by Berkshire Gas Co.'s parent company to invest in Kinder Morgan's proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline project. New... Read more
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Boston Herald
Governor's bill takes shine to more solar powerGov. Charlie Baker yesterday filed a bill to speed the growth of the Bay State’
Governor's bill takes shine to more solar power
Boston Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Gov. Charlie Baker yesterday filed a bill to speed the growth of the Bay State’s solar power industry by raising caps on net metering, which gives solar panel owners a credit for any unused energy they provide to the electric grid. But that move,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Gov. Baker files bill to encourage expansion of solar powerBOSTON (AP) - Gov. Charlie Baker has filed legislation he says will encourage t
Gov. Baker files bill to encourage expansion of solar power
The Washington Times / Posted 22 days ago
BOSTON (AP) - Gov. Charlie Baker has filed legislation he says will encourage the development of solar energy projects in Massachusetts. Baker said the bill he filed on Friday will raise existing caps on the state’s “net metering” program that... Read more
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WBUR Boston
Baker Bill Seeks To Speed Up Solar Power GrowthSolar panels are seen beside the Mass Pike in Framingham. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) B
Baker Bill Seeks To Speed Up Solar Power Growth
WBUR Boston / Posted 22 days ago
Solar panels are seen beside the Mass Pike in Framingham. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) BOSTON Adding to a hydropower bill that he’s already laid before the Legislature, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday filed legislation to accelerate the growth of the solar power... Read more
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WTOL 11 Toledo
Top Toledo administrators get raises amid hiring freezeSome of Toledo's top administrators received pay raises last month, just before
Top Toledo administrators get raises amid hiring freeze
WTOL 11 Toledo / Posted 24 days ago
Some of Toledo's top administrators received pay raises last month, just before the big hiring freeze by the mayor. According to the mayor, this change or reorganization of the Department of Public Utilities (DPU), comes after a 2014 report from a... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
City resumes microcystin daily testingDECISION ON ALGAE TOXIN REVERSED Mayor refers to public’s ‘hypersensitivity’ to
City resumes microcystin daily testing
The Toledo Blade / Posted 30 days ago
DECISION ON ALGAE TOXIN REVERSED Mayor refers to public’s ‘hypersensitivity’ to results Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson announces to the media Thursday that the city would resume daily testing of raw Lake Erie... Read more
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