Mass. Governor Charlie Baker declared next week to be ‘Valentine’s week,’ encouraging residents to buy from small businesses that have taken a hit from the severe weather.
Which Boston athletes had a great month of February, and who didn’t? We break it all down for you!
Since February is National Cherry Month and February 20 is National Cherry Pie Day, it’s a great reason to try some new cherry inspired cocktail concoctions, desserts, and even pizzas at these spots.
Labor Day implies that summer is over and the school year is about to start, and for many of us this feels more like the beginning of a new year than January first.
If somehow we manage to go the rest of winter without any measureable snow (certainly possible) than this season would go down as the least snowy season ever!
The brutal weather in February didn’t just fray nerves and make driving dangerous, it also sent sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts plummeting.
The state of Massachusetts added more than 15,000 jobs in the month of February.
There will be no winter vacation in the Hamilton-Wenham School District later this month.
This winter we’ve had our fair share of snow, but it hasn’t broken any records yet. It has raised some questions, though.