Nantucket Cottage Hospital Agrees To Pay $50K To Resolve Allegations Of Improper Handling Of Controlled Substances

Boston, Massachusetts – The U.S. Attorney’s Office reached a $50,000 civil settlement today with Nantucket Cottage Hospital (NCH) in connection with the improper recordkeeping of Schedule II controlled substances by its pharmacy... Read more »

Owner Of Meisum Bakery In Chinatown Sentenced For Food Stamp Fraud

Boston, Massachusetts – Meisum Bakery Inc. and its owner, Xi Xian Lei, were sentenced today in federal court in Boston in connection with a more than $740,000 food stamp fraud scheme that... Read more »
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Doctor And Owner Of New England Wellness & Pain Management Gets 8-Years For Money Laundering And Fraud

Boston, Massachusetts – A Dover, Mass., pain management physician was sentenced today in federal court in Boston in connection with his scheme to defraud Medicare and other health care insurers, and then... Read more »

Former Boston Registry Of Motor Vehicles Clerk Gets 15-Month Imprisonment For Identity Theft

Boston, Massachusetts – A Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles clerk was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for her role in a scheme to produce false identification documents. Evelyn Medina, 56,... Read more »

Managing Member Of MC2 Capital Management Pleads Guilty To Investment Fraud

Boston, Massachusetts – The owner of two Cambridge-based investment advisory firms pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with a scheme to defraud hedge fund investors. Yasuna J. Murakami,... Read more »

Owner Of Carey & Company Gets 18-Month Prison Sentence For Tax Evasion

Boston, Massachusetts – The former owner of a Boston forensic accounting firm was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston for understating his income by hundreds of thousands of dollars on his... Read more »

Owner Of Esther’s Fashion Paradise Pleads Guilty To Defrauding SNAP, Selling Counterfeit Merchandise

Boston, Massachusetts – The owner of Esther’s Fashion Paradise in Worcester pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court to defrauding the SNAP benefits program and selling counterfeit merchandise. Esther Acquaye, 31, of Worcester, pleaded... Read more »

Parking Rates In Downtown Baltimore Will Be Adjusted Based On Demand For Parking Spots

In the very near future, Baltimoreans will pay to park on downtown streets based on the demand for the parking spots. Baltimore will join other municipalities in utilizing the demand for parking... Read more »

Educating Families On Reducing Household Allergens Helps Improve Asthma Symptoms In Children

A new study by Johns Hopkins University Of Medicine suggests children, who suffer from mouse allergies who improvement, when living in homes where families are taught how to properly trap mice and... Read more »