National Grid is giving a little more leeway to customers struggling to pay their bills.
The local president of National Grid said her company is doing all it can to restore power following the weekend snowstorm, but some customers will still be without electricity for days.
Should all the power lines be buried underground? “I love the idea,” Patrick said Monday.
Is It Time For A Municipal Utility Choice?
Almost exactly a week after Tropical Storm Irene knocked out power for more than 500,000 Massachusetts residents, service has been restored to almost everyone.
About 12,000 customers are still without power after Tropical Storm Irene, but most are expected to be back on line before the holiday weekend.
A state legislator wants the utilities to give customers rebates if they lose power for an extended period of time.
Two days after Irene swept through our state many are still in the dark, including one family whose son is battling diabetes.
More than a quarter of a million Massachusetts electric customers and another 35,000 New Hampshire customers are still without power in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.
Widespread power outages are forcing several school districts to postpone the first day of classes.