They know what to expect, but that doesn’t calm their worries any.
People and businesses from all over the South Shore are coming together to help Scituate residents affected by the Christmas weekend storm.
On a January Saturday, the coastline provided picture-perfect moments for most of the day. But by day’s end the sun was losing its battle with the clouds.
Senator Scott Brown will get a first-hand look at the blizzard damage in Scituate Thursday.
There are still parts of town where water is keeping people out of their homes. A break in the concrete seawall also has to be fixed soon.
This morning, residents on the South Shore got a chance to see the damage left behind by the snow storm.
Floodwaters are believed to be behind the cause of a fire that destroyed two homes in Scituate and is threatening a third.
The National Guard is assisting local police to evacuate some homes affected by flooding caused by the blizzard.
A $10 million solar panel farm will be built on an old landfill in Scituate.
Is it a sidewalk to nowhere? That’s what some residents of Ford Street in Scituate want to know. The town is spending about $1.7 million in street…