A tree down in Littleton. (Photo courtesy: Jim Taft)

More Than 36,000 Customers Still Without Power In Massachusetts

There are still more than 36,000 customers without power in Massachusetts as of Wednesday afternoon.


A tree down in Wilmington during Hurricane Sandy.

Hurricane Sandy: Power Outages Peak At More Than 500,000 In Mass & NH

Here are the latest power outages in Massachusetts and New Hampshire from Hurricane Sandy.


(Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

NStar, National Grid, Unitil Emergency Numbers And Links

Widespread power outages could be a major problem for days, but the major utility companies say the response will be better than what customers saw last year.


Utility crew

NightSide – The Power Company Executives From National Grid, NSTAR, PSNH and Unitil Were In Studio

Power Company Executives were here to discuss the power outages and cleanup.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–11/02/2011


Out-Of-State Crews Arrive In NH To Restore Power

It could be Friday before many New Hampshire customers have their power restored.



Power Slowly Being Restored To NH Residents

More than 190,000 people in New Hampshire are still without power following an October snowstorm that dumped nearly 2 feet of snow on some parts of the state.


A toppled utility poll. (CBS)

90K Without Power In Mass., Coakley Questions Utilities

About 140,000 homes and businesses were still without power in Massachusetts Wednesday, three days after Tropical Storm Irene.


Kilby St in Woburn (credit: Christine Lang)

Crews Tackle Outages, Power Still Out For 175,000 In Mass.

More than a quarter of a million Massachusetts electric customers and another 35,000 New Hampshire customers are still without power in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.


Holbrook (credit: Karen Delrosso)

Hundreds Of Thousands Still Without Power After Irene

Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses were still without power Monday, a day after Tropical Storm Irene hit New England.


Kilby St in Woburn (credit: Christine Lang)

Complete Power Restoration Could Take Up To One Week

T.S. Irene knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of customers across New England Sunday, and one official said it could be out as long as a week for some of those customers.