Blizzard of 2013
It was the first September in memory that I didn’t even reach for a peek. The Farmer’s Almanac went unopened.
Allow me to steal a few moments of your precious time to offer you some examples of support, ones that should bring a smile.
John Gerah is outraged by what he found in the backyard of his Back Bay condo after the storm.
Fewer than 5,000 utility customers remain without power in Massachusetts following the weekend snowstorm.
The blizzard of 2013 brought a lot of headaches, but there was also some fun with it.
Boston students will go back to school Wednesday and the city’s parking ban and snow emergency were lifted Tuesday at 6 p.m.
If you’ve been driving around for the past couple of days you know how hard it is to get around.
With the cleanup still ongoing from the Blizzard of 2013, the last thing anyone wants to hear is that dirty little four letter word coming out of the meteorologists this week (S-N-O-W).
Three days after the blizzard, Boston Mayor Tom Menino told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Tuesday there will be a complete review of the city’s snow removal operation.
Here’s a silly question: why don’t we bury the power lines underground, where the weather can’t get at them?