The good news is, this storm also showed us a positive side of life that’s all too easy to forget about.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency offers tips on how to prepare for Hurricane Sandy and other tropical storms
Authorities in southern New England are calling on residents to prepare for Hurricane Sandy.
The state’s electric utilities say they are making progress but under 200,000 homes and businesses remain without power after last weekend’s nor’easter.
Residents are growing tired of the latest string of long, painful power outages to hit the Bay State. Is there a better solution?
More than 400,000 homes and businesses across Massachusetts remained without power Monday following an October nor’easter, and it could be days before all are back on line.
Should all the power lines be buried underground? “I love the idea,” Patrick said Monday.
The first snowstorm of the season came early and came with fury.
Several North Shore homes and businesses were damaged by severe flooding on Tuesday morning. As a result, hundreds will be looking to know if their insurance covers the damage.
Health officials are urging people to avoid portions of the Deerfield and Connecticut Rivers because of the discharge of untreated wastewater caused by Tropical Storm Irene.