Around 25,000 National Grid customers on the North Shore lost power Monday morning.
A bill that would apply more pressure on utilities to quickly restore power to customers after major weather events was approved Thursday by the Massachusetts Senate.
An underground electrical fire caused a great deal of trouble above ground Tuesday in Wellesley Square.
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce gave National Grid President Marcy Reed an award for management despite issues with power outages this past year.
One week after a strong snowstorm hit the Bay State, more than 3,000 customers are still without power.
Why are so many trees taking down power lines?
Nearly a week after an October nor’easter hit Massachusetts, more than 85,000 electric customers remain without power.
An 86-year-old woman was found dead in her home that lost power Saturday night.
East Brookfield officials said their town would have power back sooner if National Grid was better prepared for the snowstorm.
More than 142,000 Massachusetts homes and business are still in the dark five days after an October nor’easter whacked the state.