It’s like a bad winter hangover that just won’t quit.
Waverly Street in Framingham was getting a little cosmetic surgery on Tuesday.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration announced that cities and towns can access funds after a long winter left many roads in need of repairs.
As the snowbanks disappear, drivers are facing a different challenge – potholes.
The I-Team has learned that during the past couple of years, there are just two spots in the city of Boston that are causing a lot of damage.
At The WBZ Water Cooler: Hopefully pot holes have not banged up your car over the last few months, but some people are benefiting business wise.
The state Transportation Department is making $40 million available to fix potholes in roads ravaged by the harsh winter, the agency announced Wednesday.
Julio Salado injured his arm and his eye when his wheel went into a pothole on Chestnut Hill Avenue.
New Englanders are all too familiar with the car-wrecking potholes that appear on the roadways every spring. But this year, the nuisances are showing up way ahead of schedule.
Everyone hates them and now one city wants its residents to help fight potholes.