South Shore Flooded Again By Second Nor'easter In A WeekThe latest storm brought wind, snow and more flooding to coastal communities, and the bad weather is really taking a toll on residents.
Broken Seawall Worries South Shore Residents As Nor'easter HitsPeople living on the coast were bracing for another tough night, as many are still recovering from last week's nor'easter.
South Shore Residents Clean Up After Severe Nor'easter FloodingAt least 100 homes in Quincy were flooded, with a handful even moved off of their foundations.
Roads Impassable, Heavy Power Outages In Scituate, MarshfieldScituate and Marshfield are dealing with heavy power outages and restoration could take several days after a powerful nor’easter.
Travel Ban In South Shore Towns As Nor'easter Floods RoadsThe Scituate police chief gave WBZ-TV a tour of the damage they are already seeing.
Scituate 'Strongly Encouraging' Evacuations Ahead Of Dangerous Nor'easterResidents along parts of the Massachusetts coast are “strongly encouraged” to evacuate ahead of a major coastal storm that is expected to arrive Friday.
Scituate Roads Flood During Morning SnowfallSome waves were crashing over the seawall even before high tide on Tuesday.
Scituate Cleans Up After Blizzard, Seawall BreachThe town of Scituate said they responded to 138 emergency calls during the storm.
Restaurant Manager Plucks Scituate Harbormaster From Water During BlizzardA restaurant manager rescued the Scituate Harbormaster who fell into the water during the blizzard.
Scituate Flooding Forces Rescues, Homes Under IceMassive flooding in coastal communities has led to homes and streets under ice and a brutal storm cleanup.
Seawall Breach In Scituate Causes Flooding, EvacuationsAbout twenty residents had to be evacuated, after a seawall breach contributed to flooding.
South Shore Braces For Potential Outages, Flooding From Blizzard ConditionsBlizzard conditions are expected on the coast of New England on Thursday, and residents are bracing for possible flooding and power outages as a result.