The National Guard helped rescue several families after high tide Friday afternoon.
Workers at a Holbrook metal fabricating firm are smiling after willing $1 million in the MegaMillions drawing this week.
Engineers are rebuilding the seawall there, which was severely damaged during last winter’s storms.
Concerned homeowners came together at Mill Wharf Plaza in Scituate on Saturday morning as part of a nationwide protest of new federal flood insurance guidelines.
A Scituate man is the first person in the United States to receive a high tech bionic hand. At age 14, Mike Benning lost his arm below the elbow to cancer.
Four months after he was rescued from a burning house, a Marshfield firefighter is back at work and publicly thanking those who saved him.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick called the amount of debris and rocks tossed onto Scituate’s waterfront roads by the weekend storm “extraordinary.”
With flooding, snow fall, and evacuations across the South Shore, the storm proved most dangerous for residents along the coastline.
The threat of coastal flooding prompted Marshfield police to issue a Code Red Alert, asking coastal residents to self evacuate to safe place for next two high tides.
A prominent Boston-area defense attorney accused of being at home the night her teenage daughter hosted a drinking party will not face charges as long as she stays out of trouble.