State Police say at least five people were issued citations after driving during last weekend’s blizzard driving ban.
Gov. Deval Patrick thanked MBTA workers in Southie for their hard work through the blizzard and its aftermath.
The clean-up from the blizzard of 2013 is far from over. While most streets have been at least partially cleared, and getting around on city streets is becoming easier, walking in many Boston neighborhoods still poses a danger.
Fewer than 5,000 utility customers remain without power in Massachusetts following the weekend snowstorm.
During the Tuesday evening rush hour, snow removal equipment blocked streets, as crews tried to push mounds of snow and ice out of the way.
Dylan Hughes found the woman in her home freezing without heat or electricity.
A Norton man was killed after his SUV struck a plow truck Tuesday afternoon.
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).
Massive amounts of snow have crippled Somerville, making it tough just to walk around. Many students walk to and from campus.