• Vermont December 26, 2021 9:39 pm

    Pandemic Food Assistance Program Extended Through April 1

    A food assistance program that was started during the pandemic to help Vermont residents, restaurants and farmers has been extended through April 1, providing an additional three months of meals. Vermont Everyone Eats was started in August 2020 in response to the state of emergency, the Rutland Herald reported last week. The state was providing money to the program from…

  • Eversource March 19, 2019 3:08 pm

    Talk to Ten: Snowy Sidewalk Dispute With Eversource Resolved

    Yma Arrington has lived on Woodbine Street in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood for almost 30 years. She’s seen snow before and said she and her neighbors shovel their walks, both in front of their properties and for their neighbors when needed. “That’s how we do,” Arrington said. She said one neighbor across the street from her, though, doesn’t. The utility Eversource...

  • Eversource March 19, 2019 3:09 pm

    Talk to Ten: Snow Shoveling Dispute Resolved

    An NBC10 Boston viewer in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood reached out to let us know one of her neighbors won’t do their part in shoveling. Yma Arrington has been calling that neighbor, Eversource, for years but it took a call from us to get action.

  • Massachusetts January 18, 2019 10:58 pm

    Non-Profit Affordable Housing Becomes Casualty of Shutdown

    As the partial federal government shutdown approachs one month, its impacting more and more people including landlords who could lose their housing subsidies because there’s no one at the Department of Housing and Urban Development to renew their contracts.

  • Massachusetts January 18, 2019 11:02 pm

    Subsidized Housing Latest Government Shutdown Casualty

    And as the shutdown drags on the government funding is drying up. Several nonprofits in Massachusetts that receive subsidies for the apartments they provide to low-income residents are scrambling to keep their other programs running while the federal money runs out.

  • Attorney July 20, 2018 10:48 am

    Hamden Receives Donation of More Than $65,000 For Food Bank, Fuel Assistance

    Elizabeth “Betty” Hutchinson was 96-year-old when she passed away last November. Even after her death, she’s made a difference in the Hamden community that will help put food on families’ tables and keep people warm during the winter.

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