The clean-up from the blizzard of 2013 is far from over. While most streets have been at least partially cleared, and getting around on city streets is becoming easier, walking in many Boston neighborhoods still poses a danger.
A 13-year-old boy became the first casualty of the Blizzard of 2013 in Massachusetts Saturday afternoon.
Starting next fall, people in Newton will be on a deadline after a snowstorm.
One bonus this winter: all that shoveling is helping us stay in shape.
Driving North into Nashua, New Hampshire, you find a much different storm than south of Boston. There they received about 13 inches of light, fluffy snow over the past few days. The challenge for everyone there: where to put it.
A 14-year-old boy in Lynn was robbed at knifepoint of the $50 that he had earned shoveling.
City residents are scraping and shoveling out their cars from under mounds of snow.
Homeowners in Lynn have about 10 hours after a snowstorm to clear sidewalks in front of their home, but if it’s not clear, they could face some hefty fines.
The city is cracking down on people reserving parking spots using items like lawn chairs and cardboard boxes.
Boston residents saving parking spaces with an assortment of household items have until 6 p.m. Wednesday to remove or lose them.