The storm that brought several inches of rain to some portions of Massachusetts is winding down, but its punch is still being felt by some commuters.
The first official driving test of the season for New England drivers comes Friday morning, courtesy Mother Nature.
Ice, snow and slush could not deter one man from making his morning commute by bicycle.
How about you? What is the spice in your life that makes getting up in the morning worth the trouble for you?
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For the third time in less than a month, someone has fallen off the platform at an MBTA station. The T says it does not encourage people jumping on the tracks to make rescues. How would you react if you saw someone plunge off a T platform?
Bursts of light snow will head into the region anytime after 2 p.m. and will continue as light snow. It will mix in with sleet and freezing rain later this evening into the early overnight.
Massachusetts is getting serious about getting people out of their cars and into biking, walking and more use of public and private transit.
A new study ranks Massachusetts as the fifth worse commute in the country.
Right now, it appears that a light-to-moderate snow accumulation is likely in all of the higher elevations in western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, southwest New Hampshire and northern Worcester County.