Though the Charles River may seem frozen enough for a stroll, state police and DCR officials say it is not.
State officials discussed the snow buildup at a Canton skating rink before the partial roof collapse occurred Saturday morning, sources told WBZ.
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation announced Saturday night that some of the skating rinks that were closed recently due to heavy snowfall concerns will reopen on Sunday.
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation announced that several skating rinks will be closed Friday evening until further notice due to heavy snowfall.
A WBZ-TV viewer was stunned recently when he visited Spot Pond in Stoneham with his new kayak and was threatened with a $150 fine.
A number of state beaches and waterfronts will open early this season due to the hot weather forecast for this week.
Nahant police said the traffic backup was the worst they’ve seen in a long time, stretching from the beach along the Nahant causeway to the rotary at the Lynn line.
Another sign that winter is right around the corner is the opening of public skating rinks in Massachusetts.
Fifteen state firefighters have traveled to Quebec, Canada to help battle fires that have raged across more than one million acres since last month.
If pools aren’t for you and the ocean’s too far of a drive, there’s no need to worry. DCR manages more than 50 ponds and freshwater beaches for you to enjoy.