With all the long, hard hours that road clearing crews have put in this winter, some workers got a “thank you” from the governor on Thursday.
The recent snow and rain have led to thousands of clogged storm drains, which is causing problems in some basements in Boston.
Police are looking for a pair of con artists who took advantage of an elderly Lexington man.
Looking at the ever-growing mounds of snow that complicate our commutes this winter is getting increasingly frustrating.
One of the big struggles this winter is where to put all this snow. Crews in Lawrence came up with an answer, but now they’re accused of breaking the law.
The partial collapse of a metal canopy over pumps at a gas station on Lincoln Street in Worcester graphically illustrates the danger that persists in this tough and tedious season of extraordinary snow accumulation.
Where are we going to put all the snow?
Waltham snow removal took to the streets in full force Saturday, taking snow away from neighborhoods – a job they haven’t done in many winters.
With all of the snow we’ve had this winter, it’s no surprise that some towns are going over their budgets. So Manchester-by-the-Sea is hoping its new approach to snow removal will help with the budget.
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.