In significant winter storms, the State Police lower the speed limit on the Mass. Pike to 40 miles per hour. What about other major roads?
We’ve been talking over the last few weeks about how this season’s snow measures up to the past, but what about beyond New England?
Where are we going to put all the snow?
This winter we’ve had our fair share of snow, but it hasn’t broken any records yet. It has raised some questions, though.
With all the talk about the dangers of snow on flat roofs, what about the snow on the roof of my home?
With all the driving problems this winter, you may be thinking your two-wheel-drive car isn’t getting the job done and that you need more power.
Who is responsible for cleaning snow at bus stops?
What is the jingle that is used to tell what the light on the old Hancock building means – Ron, Lowell
It’s been days since our last snowstorm ended, but you can still see some people driving around with snow piled on the roof of their cars.
Drive or walk around Boston and you will realize just how much the snow limits where you can go. For residents living in the city, shoveling out is not easy because there is no where for the snow to go.