October Snowstorm

Utility crew

Foxboro Residents Frustrated With National Grid’s Response

Residents who were left in the dark after Tropical Storm Irene are once again without power after a rare October snowstorm.


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October Snowstorm Still Disrupting New England Amtrak Service

Amtrak service in New England remains disrupted after the weekend snowstorm that downed trees and power lines across the Northeast.


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Snowstorm Forces Towns To Move Halloween Trick-Or-Treating

Several cities and towns have moved Halloween Trick-or-Treating from Monday until later this week because of the weekend snowstorm.


Shirley Steward, 91, was killed in the fire.

91-Year-Old Woman Killed In Lunenburg Fire

An elderly woman was killed in a fire at a Lunenburg home on Sunday morning.


A tree came down onto live wires along a busy street in Natick.

October Snowstorm Knocks Tree Onto Live Wires Along Busy Natick Road

One casualty from the October snowstorm was a large tree that was knocked over onto live wires along a busy Natick road on Sunday.


Worcester (credit: Kim Tunnicliffe/WBZ)

October Storm Dumps Foot Of Snow In Worcester

The rare October snowstorm dumped more than 20 inches of snow in several areas of the Bay State, and nearly a foot of snow in Worcester.


Snow in Barre (credit: Diane Klem)

20-Year-Old Man Electrocuted In Springfield, October Snowstorm Blamed

The October snowstorm has been blamed for three deaths across the East Coast, including a man in Western Mass.


Worcester Snow

October Snowstorm Road, Damage Reports: Downed Trees, Power Lines

The first shocking snowstorm of the season dumped more than 20 inches of snow in parts of Massachusetts. As a result, traveling on the roads can be difficult.