Heavy snow this winter is evidently contributing to more frequent visits by groups of deer in suburban Boston yards over the past week.
History buffs in Franklin are “devastated” that thieves swiped a 300-pound bell of undetermined historic value.
The family of a Triple E patient is fighting their insurance company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, to keep him in the rehab hospital they credit with his progress.
Collectible cars are among causalities of a roof collapse at the Spencer Fairgrounds blamed on snow and ice.
Some parents in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District are ready to climb up on the roofs of their schools to clear snow and get them open after they’ve been closed five straight school days.
A gold star mother in Rockland is fighting to save her home from imminent foreclosure.
“Wow,” said Governor Deval Patrick as he surveyed the collapsed Quonset-style roof and talked with the owners of Interstate Battery as he looked over the damage done to their business on Route 20 in Auburn.
Reports of roof collapses and unsafe structures piled up Wednesday as accumulated, melting and frozen snow was made heavier by freezing rain. State officials had 30 such reports by late afternoon.
With another storm reaching the region, keeping the roads and walkways clear of snow isn’t an easy job for crews.
One item that was moving far faster than turnpike traffic Tuesday: snow blowers. Boston Lawn Mower in Westboro was one of the few retailers that had any left for sale.