Some Southboro town employees got in trouble for a plowing stunt during a February snow storm.
Massachusetts has spent more than $100 million on snowstorms this season, exhausting the state’s $43 million budget for snow and ice removal for the current fiscal year.
There were plenty of people late for work and school Friday morning and many of them were angry with meteorologists and plow crews.
State Police briefly shut down the left two lanes of the Massachusetts Turnpike eastbound into Boston Monday afternoon.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has 4,000 pieces of equipment ready to respond to Saturday’s storm, including plows, trucks, and sanders.
The city of Beverly owns the North Beverly Cemetery, where plows have pushed snow from the cemetery roads up onto Jon Simard’s grave.
The commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation says crews were out working hard Tuesday morning to keep the roads clear, but the snow was falling fast.