More than 70,000 customers are still without power two days after Hurricane Sandy hit Massachusetts. That’s down from just under 400,000.
There are still more than 36,000 customers without power in Massachusetts as of Wednesday afternoon.
Here are the latest power outages in Massachusetts and New Hampshire from Hurricane Sandy.
Widespread power outages could be a major problem for days, but the major utility companies say the response will be better than what customers saw last year.
Major utilities are promising to be ready this time around as Hurricane Sandy takes aim at the region.
Gov. Deval Patrick said Thursday that utilities have been given until Friday to submit their plans to the state for dealing with the storm.
A National Grid supervisor pleaded not guilty Monday to motor vehicle homicide in connection with a fatal crash on Interstate 495 in Southboro last year.
State Transportation Secretary Richard Davey says he doesn’t expect any significant delays on Sunday on I-95 in Attleboro as crews work to fix power lines that were hit by a tractor trailer on Thursday.
There will be major delays on I-95 this Sunday as crews work to fix power lines that were hit by a tractor trailer on Thursday.
With a National Grid manager facing charges for a crash that killed a Westford grandmother, the victim’s family says it feels relieved that the slow wheels of justice are finally moving.