Mass. Governor Charlie Baker declared next week to be ‘Valentine’s week,’ encouraging residents to buy from small businesses that have taken a hit from the severe weather.
Boston is trying to import help from everywhere, especially with another storm on the horizon.
Beverly Scott is resigning as MBTA general manager, the transportation agency said Wednesday afternoon.
The MBTA said it needed the break to clear snow and ice from tracks and to assess equipment damaged by the spate of storms.
Keller says the MBTA snow collapse is a combination of greed and incompetence.
The MBTA has canceled all rail service beginning at 7pm Monday night.
Gov. Charlie Baker is asking some state workers to stay home on Tuesday after the MBTA suspended service.
The governor said public safety is goal No. 1.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker issued a state-wide snow emergency Sunday evening, urging employers to close businesses and non-essential employees to stay home.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller had WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu on Keller @ Large Sunday to discuss the politics of snow.