Whether it’s the dead of winter with temperatures below zero, or middle of summer with the sun shining brightly, while men seem to be fine, some women seem to always be cold.
As frigid as it is near the water Monday night, just imagine what it’s like living on the water, not as a fisherman, but a homeowner.
Thousands of commuters can’t help but wonder about their ride on the “T” On Tuesday after all of Monday’s issues with the MBTA. Jon Keller is at large.
I asked my Twitter followers: why do we live here? And boy, did they respond.
Cold enough for you? It is for most of our cars. Today was the busiest day in five years for AAA of Massachusetts.
The crew of the Black Beauty braved negative and single-digit temperatures to unload their 15 tons of fish they caught 40 to 60 miles off-shore in the Gulf of Maine over the past six days.
Gov. Deval Patrick visited a homeless shelter in Worcester on Sunday to find out how they’re preparing for the extreme cold.
As the region heads into the coldest stretch of weather so far this season, state officials are reminding people how to stay safe.
It is far from a blockbuster storm, in fact I wouldn’t even call it a storm at all, but most folks in Southern New England will wake up Saturday morning to a dusting of snow on their cars and grass, marking the first measurable snow since March 1st!
The calendar may not officially say it is winter, but we are in for some mid-winter cold over the next few days.
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