There were plenty of people late for work and school Friday morning and many of them were angry with meteorologists and plow crews.
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
So now we’re all used to paying less than other comparable cities for transit, and guess what? You get what you pay for.
With another storm reaching the region, keeping the roads and walkways clear of snow isn’t an easy job for crews.
Driving on roads in Massachusetts Tuesday morning was slow going.
The state’s new 511 hotline, the one set up to help drivers avoid traffic, is getting clobbered. Several people have written to WBZ to complain about…
Chunks of concrete falling from a Massachusetts Turnpike overpass in Southborough forced the road below to be closed for several hours.