INFRASTRUCTURE

Some Connecticut municipalities continue to make repairs following two tornados that swept through the area.

A closed on-ramp to I-291 in Springfield.
Michael S. Gordon / The Republican / masslive.com/photos

The Massachusetts attorney general has ordered a Florida company to cough up $45,000, charging it failed to pay enough to workers on a Springfield bridge project.

Worcester Regional Airport, in 2014.
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The Worcester Regional Airport will see JetBlue begin daily service on Thursday to New York's JFK Airport. And this fall, American Airlines will add a daily flight from Worcester to Philadelphia. 

The Capital Region Development Authority has opened the bidding process for the sale of Hartford’s XL Center.

The activated sludge system, the "heart of the water treatment plant," at Springfield Water and Sewer, where wastewater is treated before going into the Connecticut River, in  2017.
Ryan Caron King / WNPR

A draft water pollution permit for a regional wastewater treatment plant on the Connecticut River in Springfield, Massachusetts, is now back in the hands of the Environmental Protection Agency. 

The Live155 housing complex will open soon in Northampton, Mass.
Karen Brown / New England Public Radio

Seventy new apartments are coming to downtown Northampton, Massachusetts, as an experiment in affordable housing.

The entire island of Puerto Rico lost power Wednesday morning-- its second major outage in a week.

Three-quarters of the federal cash that was recently allocated to help families in Eastern Connecticut with crumbling foundations has been diverted by state officials for other needs.

The old town hall in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Adam Frenier / NEPR

With so many old buildings in New England, it’s not unusual to see old mills or even churches transform into retail space or condominiums. But what about town halls taking on a new purpose?

A bus carrying dozens of high school students, returning from a spring break trip to Europe, struck a low-clearance bridge overpass on Long Island on Sunday night.

Photos show the bus roof mangled or sheared off along the entire length of the bus. Most of the passengers experienced minor injuries, with a handful of more serious injuries; no fatalities have been reported.

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