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Boston Globe
Leaky pipe forces outdoor water ban in Needhamindoor water use, until a leaky pipe in the town’s water system is repaired. T
Leaky pipe forces outdoor water ban in Needham
Boston Globe / Posted 8 hours ago
indoor water use, until a leaky pipe in the town’s water system is repaired. The action followed a notice from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority that a leak had been found in a pipe running from Needham to Wellesley, said Richard... Read more
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Boston Globe
Sept. 15, 2016the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had 87,618 full-time equivalent employees (no
Sept. 15, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had 87,618 full-time equivalent employees (not including quasi-public agencies like the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority), according to the governor’s budget office. Are you one of the 87,618 and have a... Read more
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Boston Globe
More than half of Mass. is now in extreme droughtoften from added cost. On Wednesday, officials in Worcester activated an emerge
More than half of Mass. is now in extreme drought
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
often from added cost. On Wednesday, officials in Worcester activated an emergency connection to draw water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority at a monthly cost of $1.7 million. Ashland also received approval Wednesday to tap... Read more
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Boston Globe
Communities scramble to find emergency water sourcesofficials, worried by receding levels in local reservoirs, activated an emergen
Communities scramble to find emergency water sources
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
officials, worried by receding levels in local reservoirs, activated an emergency connection to draw water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority at a cost of $1.7 million per month. Ashland also received approval Wednesday to tap... Read more
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Boston Globe
Communities are scrambling to find emergency water sourcesofficials, worried by receding levels in local reservoirs, activated an emergen
Communities are scrambling to find emergency water sources
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
officials, worried by receding levels in local reservoirs, activated an emergency connection to draw water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority at a cost of $1.7 million per month. Ashland also received approval Wednesday to tap... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Most of Massachusetts in 'severe' drought, or worse10 billion gallons in August, but at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still within
Most of Massachusetts in 'severe' drought, or worse
Lowell Sun / Posted 27 days ago
10 billion gallons in August, but at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still within normal operating range, according to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. At a Drought Management Task Force meeting on Aug. 11, MWRA officials said that at... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Aquaria cuts Brockton a break on water testing billa state mandate required Brockton to find a second water source. At one point,
Aquaria cuts Brockton a break on water testing bill
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 27 days ago
a state mandate required Brockton to find a second water source. At one point, the city considered hooking up with the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. In the end, the Aquaria contract has proven controversial because it turned out... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Quabbin remains within normal range despite losing 31 billion gallons10 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still with
Quabbin remains within normal range despite losing 31 billion gallons
WWLP Springfield / Posted 27 days ago
10 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still within normal operating range, according to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. At a Drought Management Task Force meeting on Aug. 11, MWRA officials said that at... Read more
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Boston Globe
August 31, 201610 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still with
August 31, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
10 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still within normal operating range, according to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. ...” Behind paywall: http://bit.ly/2bHUyMr ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Quabbin in normal range despite losing 31 billion gallons10 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still with
Quabbin in normal range despite losing 31 billion gallons
Lowell Sun / Posted 28 days ago
10 billion gallons in August, though at 85.2 percent capacity, it is still within normal operating range, according to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. At a Drought Management Task Force meeting on Aug. 11, MWRA officials said that at... Read more
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Boston Globe
John J. McGlynn Sr., former longtime Medford mayor, dies at 94problems,” Keverian told the Globe when King named Mr. McGlynn his top adviser.
John J. McGlynn Sr., former longtime Medford mayor, dies at 94
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
problems,” Keverian told the Globe when King named Mr. McGlynn his top adviser. Fred Laskey, the executive director of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, recalled meeting Mr. McGlynn at the State House when Laskey was a young research... Read more

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