The bitter cold weather has zoos around New England taking precautions with a number of their animals.
A deep chill has settled over southern New England in the wake of a two-day storm that hit the region, with temperatures hovering below zero degrees over most of the area at the beginning of the weekend.
As frigid as it is near the water Monday night, just imagine what it’s like living on the water, not as a fisherman, but a homeowner.
The bitter cold weather caused numerous delays in MBTA service Monday morning, and the problem continued into the afternoon and evening.
Gov. Deval Patrick visited a homeless shelter in Worcester on Sunday to find out how they’re preparing for the extreme cold.
As the region heads into the coldest stretch of weather so far this season, state officials are reminding people how to stay safe.