Scituate in the Blizzard of 2015. (Photo credit: Karen Monaco)

Baker ‘Disappointed’ Mass. Not Getting More Federal Aid For Blizzard

Gov. Charlie Baker is disappointed his broader request wasn’t approved.


Gov. Charlie Baker at Logan Airport (WBZ-TV)

Gov. Baker: Federal Officials Encouraging On Disaster Relief

Gov. Charlie Baker says he’s been reaching out to federal officials as Massachusetts prepares to make a formal request for disaster relief following the spate of recent snowstorms.


West Roxbury house hit by snow. (Viewer photo)

Giant Snowblower Covers West Roxbury Homes With Dirt, Ice

Four homes on Howitt Road in West Roxbury are plastered with snow, ice and dirt from the roadway.


Reg and Jason McGlashan (WBZ-TV)

Australia-Bound Sailors Rescued During Blizzard Share Their Story

A father and son were rescued by the Coast Guard off the coast of Nantucket during a blizzard.


Scott MacFarlane delivers oil (WBZ-TV)

Snow Makes Oil Deliveries More Difficult In Boston Area

The snow and cold weather have oil delivery workers working overtime.


MBTA Red Line (WBZ-TV)

MBTA Says It Could Take 30 Days To Get Back On Track

MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott says it could take up to 30 days to get the whole transit system back on track.


Snow drifts on Beacon Hill (Photo credit Jill Poschmann)

Walsh: Roads Not Safe In Boston Following Major Storm

It’s not safe to be on Boston roads following another record-setting snowstorm, Mayor Marty Walsh said Sunday.


Crews restoring power in New Hampshire. (WBZ-TV)

Blizzard Conditions Leave Thousands Without Power

The coast is expected to be hit with hurricane-force winds, and temperatures are expected to fall below zero on Sunday night.


A snow plow in Andover on Feb. 15 (viewer photo)

Weekend Blizzard: Stay Off Mass. Roads, Baker Says

Gov. Charlie Baker asked Bay Staters to stay off the roads on Sunday as another blizzard pounded the region.


Gov. Charlie Baker (WBZ-TV)

Gov. Baker Urges Mass. Residents To Stay Off Road During Storm

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker urged residents to stay off the road on Sunday.