Space savers are piling up like snowbanks in the city of Somerville.
South Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will go on as planned on March 15th.
There was more snow Sunday night into Monday, pushing Boston closer to an all-time record.
The mayor of Boston said last week that space savers would be cleared out on Monday.
Boston eclipsed 100 inches of snow for just the second time in recorded history Wednesday morning.
Mayor Marty Walsh said he wants Boston roads as clear as possible for the evening.
Much of the region will be hit with blizzard-like conditions as at least a foot of snow could fall by Sunday evening.
The following communities have announced snow emergencies and parking bans for the February 14 storm.
Even numbered streets will be open only to westbound traffic while odd numbered streets will be eastbound in South Boston until April 1.
Until I no longer see bizarre behavior like this, I’m not going to shut up about it.