Lab developer buys huge site near Alewife

Lab developer buys huge site near Alewife

The $125m deal is the latest sign that life sciences continue to thrive in the Boston area despite the down economy. By Tim Logan Globe Staff,Updated July 8, 2020 Another big piece of real estate near the Alewife Red Line station is trading hands. Expect more lab...
Solar can repower our economy and save homeowners money

Solar can repower our economy and save homeowners money

By Adam McClellan and Amanda Powers on July 2, 2020 The pandemic has impacted all of us in different ways – whether it is the loss of a loved one or the loss of a job, it is clear that we have a long road ahead to recovery. As Massachusetts continues to reopen, we are...
Breakdown Births Doctor Driveway Calls

Breakdown Births Doctor Driveway Calls

By Lisa Reisman on June 30, 2020     Shamala Seville-Ferguson, holding her newborn Gianna, walked out to her driveway, where an American Medical Response vehicle was parked. There was no emergency. The Community Health Care Van, repurposed in late April as a...
Boston startup wants to climate-proof the internet

Boston startup wants to climate-proof the internet

By Daniel Cusick on June 30, 2020     Internet interruptions caused by extreme weather events sap billions of dollars annually from the global economy and can interfere with the delivery of essential data and services by governments, utilities and first...
Winchester promoting renewable electricity option

Winchester promoting renewable electricity option

By Rob Fucci on June 25, 2020     The need for cars and trucks to be on the road was diminished through the spring months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Non-essential offices closed. Many citizens who were able to keep their jobs worked from home. Because...