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.
New Hampshire health officials are telling consumers not to eat food from gardens flooded by Irene.
The storm is over, but the anger continues.
New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch says President Barack Obama has granted his request for a major disaster declaration.
At the WaterCooler, the lights are back on, but sentiments of anger and frustration still loom.
The Coast Guard and other boating experts say some Northeast rivers could still be unsafe for boating and paddling even though floodwaters caused by Irene have receded.
Massachusetts health officials are urging people not to swim, fish or go boating in portions of the Deerfield and Connecticut Rivers.
Who decides if the large billboard displays along the upper deck and the expressway get taken down for a storm.? I counted about a dozen billboard skeletons in those areas but but some large displays were still up. – Paul, Billerica
Widespread power outages are forcing several school districts to postpone the first day of classes.
New England apple growers are hoping for the best as Hurricane Irene approaches.