WBZ’s Bernice Corpuz has the latest from MEMA headquarters in Framingham. The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is ending its response to Hurricane Earl early, because damage was less extensive than originally predicted.
WBZ’s Kim Tunnicliffe has the latest from Chatham, where clean-up is underway.
The Coast Guard closed ports in southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island as a precaution until the passage of Earl.
Hurricane Earl played havoc with travelers’ Labor Day weekend plans even as it weakened Friday on its path up the East Coast toward New England.
Down goes Hurricane Earl. The storm is barely hanging onto ‘category one’ status.
WBZ’s Carl Stevens speaks with Rich Serino, a deputy administrator with FEMA, about storm preps.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency says it’s ready to respond to Hurricane Earl. Acting Director Kurt Schwartz says even though the storm is weakening, it still has to be taken seriously.
CAPE COD REGIONAL EMERGENCY SHELTERS Eastham Regional Shelter – Nauset Regional High School, 100 Cable Road, Pets NOT accepted at this location. Harwich Regional Shelter – Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, 351 Pleasant Lake […]
More than 100 animals have been evacuated from the MSPCA Center in Centerville.
Click here for live video from Chatham. A weakening Hurricane Earl swiped past North Carolina on Friday on its way to New England, where officials urged residents to stay vigilant even as the area threatened […]