Living here in New England, we are at times smug about disasters for they always seem to happen somewhere else. But we have had our share.
The school district used up all their snow days when it was hit by Hurricane Irene, and then the freak October snowstorm.
First it was Hurricane Irene, then a freak October snowstorm. Westford had used all their snow days by Halloween.
Dozens of people who had their homes damaged or destroyed by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene are expected to apply for a federal program to buy their homes from them.
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce gave National Grid President Marcy Reed an award for management despite issues with power outages this past year.
Despite its quiet finish, the 2011 hurricane season is tied for the third most active since records began in 1851.
Some of the heaviest hitters in baseball management are going to bat for Vermont farms damaged by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene.
Church members have organized a fair this Saturday, that will hopefully raise some money to fix the steeple, but the entire building is in need of a makeover.
What ever happened to the baby squirrels orphaned by Hurricane Irene and taken in by the Little Sisters of the Poor? – Hannah, Marlborough
Residents who were left in the dark after Tropical Storm Irene are once again without power after a rare October snowstorm.