The South Boston snow farm, which once reportedly towered about 75 feet high, is no more.
What was previously a mountain of snow clings to life, now as a pile of ice and trash.
Christine Buckhout’s prediction before the winter was within two inches of the actual Boston snowfall amount.
The last remnants of snow in Boston becomes an inspirational message.
The hearing came as the MBTA’s commuter rail network returned to a full schedule Monday for the first time in about two months.
The Legislature’s transportation committee has scheduled two days of oversight hearings.
For better or worse, Sunday’s snowfall has secured this winter a place in history.
Mayor Marty Walsh’s office made a parody video of himself hosting increasingly dire press conferences as the snow piled up.
The city has more than doubled its budget for snow removal.
“If I have one more person say to me to move the Iditarod to Boston, I’m going to shake my head,” said race director Mark Nordman.