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.
Power Company Executives were here to discuss the power outages and cleanup.
The state’s electric utilities say they are making progress but under 200,000 homes and businesses remain without power after last weekend’s nor’easter.
It could be Friday before many New Hampshire customers have their power restored.
The local president of National Grid said her company is doing all it can to restore power following the weekend snowstorm, but some customers will still be without electricity for days.
About 347,000 Massachusetts homes and businesses remain without power days after an October nor’easter.
Residents are growing tired of the latest string of long, painful power outages to hit the Bay State. Is there a better solution?