Bank of Boston Corp. may sue Massachusetts regulators for denying the company's application to sell insurance from a small town. Then again, state officials may find a way to let the $60 billion-asset bank into the market.

Bank executives are itching to sell life, disability, and health insurance from Sheffield, a small town in western Massachusetts. But the Division of Insurance this month rejected the application.

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