Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Police Commissioner William Gross, in collaboration with physicians and medical professionals, today announced a coordinated one-day gun buyback effort that will take place in six locations (see below) across Boston on Saturday, December 15, 2018, from 10:00AM to 4:0
Proposed in April 2017, the Statement on Auditing Standards addresses the auditor’s responsibilities to form an opinion and report on the financial statements of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) plans, and the form and content of such reporting.
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highprofile | December 13, 2018 Boston – The Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA/AIA) announced that Payette has been selected as the 56th recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) highest honor, the Architecture Firm of the Year award Other firms with close ties to Boston that have received this honor include Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects (2007); Gensler (2000); Perkins and Will (1999); Cambridge Seven Associates…
The AARP is the latest group to slam the SEC’s proposed Regulation Best Interest, calling for the regulator to further revise as well as retest at least one major part of it to address what it claims is a lack of clarity among investors According to a survey conducted on behalf of AARP and the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. by the Kleimann Communications…
What do you envision when you hear the word 'student-athlete'? Law student and long-jump champion Kendall Spencer suspects that the average response to that question might not do student-athletes justice. Having been told--like many other athletes--to stick to what he's good at, Spencer uses this inspirational talk to argue that college sports can be used as a platform to empower and inspire.
The enormous problems with Common Core Standards (CCSS) and accompanying tests have been obvious to parents and citizens groups since they first were imposed by states succumbing to federal bribery/coercion in 2010. Voluminous evidence continues to confirm those perceptive beliefs.
Pope Francis has removed two cardinals from his informal cabinet after they were implicated in the Catholic Church’s sex abuse and cover-up scandal, shedding embarrassing advisers ahead of a high-stakes Vatican summit on abuse early next year.
ALBANY — The family of one of the 20 people killed in the Oct. 6 Schoharie County limo crash at Routes 30 and 30A says New York state is at fault for failing to properly fix the treacherous intersection. A notice was filed Monday in the Court of Claims by Salvatore Ferlazzo, attorney for the family of Amanda Rivenburg, who along with 16 friends was riding in the 2001 stretch Ford Excursion when it went through a stop sign at the intersection and…
QUINTON, Okla. — Drilling company officials ignored multiple warnings that safety equipment at an Oklahoma gas well was malfunctioning before an explosion that killed five workers, including a man from Colorado, and badly injured another, the family of one of the dead workers contends in a recent court filing.
Johnson & Johnson has begun settling consumers’ claims that it sold artificial hips knowing they were defective, marking the first settlements in the seven-year-old litigation. A federal judge in Texas overseeing the cases said about 3,300 of 10,000 “have settled or are in the process of settling,’’ according to a Dec. 9 court filing. Terms of the accords weren’t made public.