Attorney General Martha Coakley wants the state to do more to compensate utility customers who suffer lengthy power outages after severe storms.
Gov. Deval Patrick has urged that all non-emergency employees working in the Executive Branch of state government to stay home from work on Wednesday due to the threat of snow, ice, and rain.
Conditions are not going to improve much during the day today, in fact they will likely get worse for areas north and west of Boston.
Chances are that your yard is filled with branches covered in snow and ice. How do you prepare your trees for this week’s storm?
Unitil, the public utility that took heat for leaving many ratepayers in the cold after the 2008 ice storm in north central Massachusetts, is advising customers in that area to prepare for ice-rated power outages tomorrow.
Our next storm on Tuesday will deliver a mix of snow, ice and rain. Our most recent snowfall has become a very dense compact heavy snowpack.
Up until now, this winter has been all about the snow. No rain-snow line or ice concerns for our two blizzards. That all changes Tuesday.
There’s a storm brewing over some school districts being required to make up lost days, while others are not. “Well I really don’t think its fair,”…
Officials with an electric utility that came under intense criticism for its response to an ice storm that paralyzed central Massachusetts two years ago say they have developed a new emergency response plan.