A new study by the Federal Reserve finds that the Greater Boston labor force is much younger than earlier believed.
With this morning’s low lifting north and east of the region, we will dry out as mentioned with North winds wrapping in around the departing low. However thanks to abundant cloud cover temperatures will struggle to reach 60 degrees in most locations with the “Hot Spot” being far southeastern MA where proximity to a warm front will allow temperatures to reach a balmy 65-67 degrees.
Why are rents in Massachusetts so high?
August 11, 2012 Boston Rising is an anti-poverty organization whose number one goal is to end the cycle of poverty in Boston. Besides having great summer programs, they are also hosting what’s called – a […]
August 4, 2012 Sunday August 19th will be a day of celebration for thousands of Latino families here in Boston who will be attending the “Latino Family Festival brought to you by Xfinity” at our […]
A historic and powerful Nor’easter will lash New England this afternoon through early Sunday. The most significant threat remains tree and power line damage from heavy, wet snow and strong winds. A secondary threat would be the potential for minor to moderate coastal flooding, particularly during the high tide overnight around 2AM.
A new study ranks Greater Boston the safest metropolitan region for pedestrians.
The final batch of light snow is pushing from Southern Maine into Eastern Mass for the late morning and midday. Light snow will be tapering off this afternoon…but it could take the Cape and islands most of the day for the snow to finally end. Temps will be warming into the upper 30’s, so some of this light snow at the coast may start to mix with a light rain.