According to preliminary results of a sound study conducted by the State Department of Environmental Protection, Fairhaven's two industrial-sized wind turbines are in violation of Massachusetts noise regulations.
Selling bottled water will be against the law in one Massachusetts town come the new year. The State Attorney General's office has approved a bylaw passed by residents in Concord. Starting January 1st, single-serving plastic water bottles cannot be sold
New England lawmakers are considering asking Congress for $100 million in disaster relief funds for the fishing industry, including money to help fishermen exit the industry and subsidies for those who stay in.
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