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AG asks for halt to foreclosures Coakley wants banks to prove they comply By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff | October 6, 2010 Attorney General Martha Coakley called for a moratorium on Massachusetts home foreclosures today in a letter to four major lenders, saying she wanted proof that each is properly reviewing homeowner foreclosure documentation as
D’Alessandro for Democrats; a chance for a new voice September 6, 2010 Article Courtesy of: The Boston Globe IN THE Massachusetts congressional delegation, Stephen Lynch stands out for his lone-wolf stances. He voted against bailing out the financial system, in favor of the Iraq war, and, from vote to vote, was on both sides of
Boston’s Fort Point Channel, for decades a polluted workhorse of industry, is about to undergo a dramatic transformation to a recreational and social playground that could host floating restaurants and music shows, kayak rentals and fishing charters.
Small business loans get big lift
Casinos get boost as DeLeo signs on Joins Patrick, Murray in push for gaming ‘Given the importance of economic development, … I have expanded my thinking,’ Robert A. DeLeo said. By Matt Viser Globe Staff / September 19, 2009 House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo expressed strong support yesterday for bringing resort-style casinos to Massachusetts, one
The optimists Taking risks during the downturn starts to pay off for local businesses By Jenn Abelson, Globe Staff | March 28, 2010 They were last year’s risk takers. They opened doors while others shuttered them. Call them crazy — many did — for expanding during the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Now, a
Michael Carucci was indicted in 1997 on federal charges that he laundered money for notorious Boston gangster Stephen “The Rifleman’’ Flemmi by helping him buy real estate in Boston’s Back Bay. After a lengthy court battle, Michael Carucci was acquitted of 94 counts. A jury convicted him of a handful of charges, but a federal appeals court overturned his conviction in 2004.
The news came a day after city and state officials raised financial concerns about the only two proposals submitted for a market in an adjacent building known as the parcel 7 garage. City officials want to use that building and the land discussed yesterday, known as parcel 9, to create an expansive public area for local growers for food sellers.
News of the Globe’s intention to charge for Boston.com came a day after News Corp. [NWS] Chairman Rupert Murdoch announced his company would start charging for content at all of its news Web sites, including the New York Post, The Times of London and The Sun, a popular British tabloid. News Corp. already charges for some access to The Wall Street Journal’s Web site.