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JetBlue quarterly earnings fly high

JetBlue reported a very strong fourth quarter Thursday, largely on lower fuel prices.

Mass. recovering from Juno's blow

State House News Service Emily Micucci |

As the blizzard called Juno rose up through Nova Scotia, Massachusetts roads were fully open Wednesday morning for the first time since Monday and Gov. Charlie Baker has urged residents to break back...

Central Mass. braces, bolsters for potentially 'historic' blizzard

Rick Saia |

With weather forecasters predicting snowfall of more than two feet, along with gale-force winds, over the next two days for Central and Eastern Massachusetts, utilities and local officials are...

Worcester groups pitch transportation solutions, look for backers

Sam Bonacci |

Seven groups pitched transportation solutions to Worcester investors and collaborators Thursday night in the culmination of a National Science Foundation program shared with the cities of Chicago and...

Gas prices drop another dime

Gasoline prices in Massachusetts are down 10 cents from last week, the sixth consecutive week of double-digit decreases, according to AAA Northeast.

Record quarter, year for CSX

Carol McDonald |

CSX Corp. has announced record fourth-quarter 2014 net earnings of $491 million, a 15 percent increase from $426 million for the same period last year. The company also generated record...

Gas prices keep sliding

The average price for a gallon of gasoline fell yet again in Central Massachusetts in the past week, according to the latest survey by gasoline price web site GasBuddy.com.

Worcester to Providence by train: Who’s on board?

Emily Micucci |

Can private rail make a comeback? Developers in Florida think so, with new private commuter rail service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, with a northwest extension to...

Ride-for-hire rules debated at public hearing

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Transportation industries competing for passengers clashed with boos and heckling at a New Year's Eve public hearing as the outgoing Patrick administration seeks to provide a legal framework for new...

Taxi group demands postponement of Uber hearing

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A coalition of taxi industry advocates is calling for the postponement of a New Year's Eve hearing on proposed regulations for the nascent ride-for-hire industry and threatening potential legal...

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