• MBTA must submit a new safety plan on Monday

    The MBTA must submit a new Worker Safety Plan to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) by Monday.

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    MBTA to submit report detailing plan to address worker safety

    BOSTON (WHDH) - The MBTA is set to submit a plan to federal regulators on Monday detailing ways it plans to address worker safety issues.They

  • MBTA Must Submit New Worker Safety Plan to FTA By Monday

    The MBTA has until Monday to submit a new worker safety plan to federal regulators, otherwise workers will be banned from being on the tracks after the transit agency’s initial plan was rejected. Earlier this month, the T submitted a Right of Way Rules Compliance and Safety Work Plan to the Federal Transit Administration to address concerns, but the FTA deemed the MBTA’s Work Plan insufficient. The T has to revise and resubmit it by Monday, with improved safety procedures to be implemented...

  • Almost Half of Small Business Owners Plan to Cut Hiring Because of AI

    Most are looking to ChatGPT, Google Bard, and Microsoft Bing AI to replace human employees. Small business owners are hoping to employ artificial intelligence instead of humans in the next year—but they don't believe the technology is coming for their own jobs anytime soon.FreshBooks surveyed 1,000 small business owners in the United

  • Apple has big plans to expand is retail business into China and plans to open another 53 stores around the world in the next 4 years

    Through 2027, the iPhone maker is discussing opening 15 new stores across the Asia-Pacific region, five locations in Europe and the Middle East, and four additional outlets in the US and Canada.

  • Hermantown plans for potential business park

    The city recently completed potential plans for a 120-acre business park in the former Arrowhead Refinery and surrounding area.

  • Council plans to fix ravaged road

    After months of deliberation and consultation, a South Wairarapa District Council [SWDC] committee agreed on starting to progress a remedial plan for the ruined section of Hinakura Rd near Martinborough last week. The road suffered a catastrophic slip in June last year, after months of progressive decline. Since the slump, the road has been impassable, […]

  • Woman saw gap in the market after fearing for her safety

    Robyn Electra started her company after feeling like "everyone" was staring at her

  • Man fears his home could 'go up like a chimney'

    “I do live up here alone and once I’m in bed I can’t get out and I don’t think anyone should live here it is an accident waiting to happen”

  • Fire leaves Rhinelander home 'total loss'

    A home at 716 Newell Street on Rhinelander was destroyed by fire Wednesday, May 31. No one inside the home was injured; the Red Cross is assisting with temporary housing. Star Journal photo. By Star Journal Staff A home on Newell Street in Rhinelander was deemed a total loss following a fire that started Wednesday afternoon. According to a news release from Rhinelander Fire Department Chief Brian Tonnancour, the fire started in a porch on the home around 2 p.m. Wednesday. When firefighters...

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    Fall Branch home a ‘total loss’ after fire

    FALL BRANCH, Tenn. (WJHL) -- A home is considered a 'total loss' after an early morning fire in Fall Branch on Thursday. The Fall Branch Volunteer Fire Department, Sullivan West Volunteer Fire Department and Greene County Sheriff's Office responded to a residential fire early Thursday morning on Ryan Road. Authorities told News Channel 11 there []

  • Businesses still planning to spend in coming months

    New private capital spending lifted a convincing 2.4 per cent in the March quarter. A 3.7 per cent increase in machinery and equipment spending fed into the solid quarterly result. Australian Bureau of Statistics head of new capital expenditure statistics Ben Dorber said this was the largest quarterly rise since the March quarter of 2021. […]