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1 Massachusetts Water Resource Authority adding energy storage system via Stem
2 readers share hiking trails discovered during the pandemic
3 New Boston-area sewage samples show record high signs of COVID-19
4 COVID Levels in Boston Area's Sewers Hit New Record, Much Higher Than in 1st Surge
5 Stem, Inc. Awarded Project to Deliver Smart Energy Storage to Massachusetts Water Resource Authority
6 MWRA data: Virus traces surging to record levels in waste water
7 Want To Know If Raw Sewage Gets Dumped In Your Local River? There’s A Bill On Baker’s Desk About It
8 Why Natick's E. Coli Problem Doesn't Threaten Nearby Communities
9 Burlington January 2021 Town Meeting Warrant Preview
10 Ware considers getting its water from Quabbin
11 Paul Levy To Run For Newton School Committee
12 Meet the Group Analyzing Boston's Sewage for a Spike in COVID
13 Wastewater Shows Increased Presence Of COVID-19 In Massachusetts
14 Small uptick in virus detected in wastewater at MWRA plant
15 Traces of coronavirus in waste water tick upward again
16 In Memoriam: Pete Petrofsky
17 MassDOT Begins Construction on Belden Bly Bridge Replacement : CEG
18 Water Supply Restored in Winthrop After Total Loss of Service
19 Has Mass. passed the peak of the second surge? Here's what the numbers show
20 Coronavirus traces found in Mass. wastewater reach highest levels yet of the fall surge
21 Burlington's MWRA connection to be completed by 2022 | Burlington
22 Boston-area sewage data shows coronavirus ‘spike,’ highest traces since the spring
23 Water officials to restaurants and bars: Don’t dump all that stale beer down the drain
24 MWRA water main break in Stoneham affects several communities north of Boston
25 New sewer samples from the Boston area show evidence of a COVID-19 spike
26 Traces of coronavirus in Greater Boston wastewater samples approaching spring levels
27 ‘We’re in trouble here’: What to make of the record coronavirus levels in Boston-area wastewater
28 Looking for clues to the spread of coronavirus in Mass.? Try the toilet
29 Massachusetts Water Resources Authority Moves Forward With Pump System Optimization For All Facilities
30 Lynnfield Center Water District Provides Notice of Potential Emergency Use of MWRA Water
31 COVID Appears to Be Spiking in Boston-Area Sewage, and It Has Experts Worried
32 Commentary: Reinventing law enforcement in Boston | Dorchester Reporter
33 Massive water main break at Brookline Reservoir
34 Coronavirus traces found in Mass. wastewater are back on the upswing
35 COVID Levels in Boston's Sewers Are Higher Than at Any Point in the Pandemic
36 Wastewater test results offer troubling prediction about coming weeks in Massachusetts
37 Fitch Affirms Boston Water and Sewer Commission, MA at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable
38 Coronavirus levels in Massachusetts wastewater hit new records
39 Screening sewage for COVID-19 spread info? Eww, yes.
40 COVID Levels Are Reaching This Spring's Peak Levels in Boston's Sewers
41 Gov. Baker Must Rethink Indoor Dining as COVID-19 Surges, Say Local Public Health Experts
42 MWRA Water Report Is in the Mail
43 Jury awards former MWRA worker $1.2 million for wrongful termination
44 Boston-area sewage study finds surge in indicators of COVID-19 infections
45 Somerville Startup Biobot Analytics Scours Sewage For Coronavirus
46 Gas Interests Threaten Local Authority in 6 States
47 ‘Forever chemicals’ are found in MWRA fertilizer, drawing alarm
48 Town hoping MWRA process done by 2023 | Burlington
49 Water main break in Brookline closes roadway, state officials warn of water discoloration
50 Stoneham water main repaired after break
51 Sewer Measurements Suggest Spike In MA Coronavirus Cases
52 How far has the coronavirus spread? The answer may be in the sewers
53 Fitch Rates Mass Clean Water Trust's $88MM SRF Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
54 Biden's first steps on drilling
55 Plummeting water levels, fires and toxic algae; Why are we not talking more about the drought?
56 Wastewater testing reveals new evidence of COVID-19 surge
57 MWRA slams Massport for ‘greedy’ $8 million charge in Boston Harbor dredging project
58 In A Near-Drought, Only Some In MetroWest Are Under Water Ban
59 Fitch Rates New Jersey Turnpike Authority's Series 2021A, 2021B Rev Bonds at 'A'; Outlook Positive
60 Annual Report Card Indicates Improving Bacterial Water Quality in the Mystic River in 2019
61 High Court Told Biden Order Shows Monument Suit Isn't Moot
62 Boston Harbor is clean but could face new threats to marine life: plastics and drugs
63 Lynnfield Center Water District to Host Informational Presentation About Capital Projects
64 Beacon Hill Roll Call: Jan. 11 to Jan. 15, 2021
65 Brockton looks to MWRA as other way to meet citys water needs
66 Sewage testing shows a country flush with coronavirus cases
67 Boston Water and Sewer Commission States Drinking Water Is Fine, Wipes in Pipes a Big Problem
68 CommonWealth Magazine
69 Town of Winthrop Announces New Water and Sewer Rates
70 Burlington's water rates to increase 6.8% | Burlington |
71 Robeson County sees big drop in deaths related to COVID-19
72 Weymouth student wins honorable mention in MWRA poster contest
73 Worcester may see 4.5% sewer-use rate hike
74 Worcester enters Stage 1 drought status
75 Quinapoxet Reservoir so low, Worcester can't tap it
76 Coronavirus in sewage: Somerville launches wastewater testing program to get ahead of virus spikes
77 Burlington Selectmen Approve Water/Sewer Rate Hikes Over 3 Years
78 Lynnfield Center Water District Announces Outdoor Watering Ban
79 Mass. reservoir shut down after water levels get too low
80 Professor of medicine answers questions about COVID-19 vaccine rollout
81 Oak Hill Middle School students win Massachusetts Water Resources Authority writing contest
82 With People Staying Home, Water Use Has Changed Dramatically Around Boston
83 ‘Forever chemicals’ were found in MWRA fertilizer. Here’s what to know.
84 Court refines guidance on vacations, medical leave – New England In-House
85 Defend Our Health calls for stricter guidelines when testing for PFAS; criticizes state approach
86 Milton hikes water, sewer rates
87 Testing poop to predict Miami’s COVID-19 trends? It’s been a messy process so far
88 Massachusetts coronavirus cases surge 5,130, as positive test rate keeps climbing
89 Five things you need to know today, and thinking about retirement
90 Significant Drought Conditions Declared Across Massachusetts
91 Leader of Mass. Medical Society says ‘all’ of state should be talking about surge in COVID-19 numbers
92 Major milestone is reached as power line through Boston Harbor gets charged up
93 Massachusetts reports 2,495 new COVID cases, 37 deaths on Wednesday
94 News in Brief
95 Lynnfield dips into Wakefield water
96 Massachusetts coronavirus cases hit single-day record high for second straight day
97 Bend it like Boston
98 National Report Highlights Chemicals In Massachusetts Drinking Water
99 Massachusetts coronavirus data shows second wave: ‘It’s impossible not to be concerned’
100 Encore Boston Harbor To Open 24-Hours A Day Starting Next Week