With the seemingly endless cycle of snow and digging out in Boston, one local politician has had enough of some less-than-thorough cleanup jobs.
A fire at a Public Works Department garage in Henniker, NH, Friday night destroyed almost all of the snow removal equipment for the town.
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.
Three days after the blizzard, Boston Mayor Tom Menino told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Tuesday there will be a complete review of the city’s snow removal operation.
With so much snow on the ground, finding a place to put it all is becoming a problem.
If you’re looking for a place to rent, keep this list of questions handy.
So far this season, Boston has seen just 7.8 inches of snow. How is this affecting the snow removal budget?
Starting next fall, people in Newton will be on a deadline after a snowstorm.
FEMA officials announced on Monday that federal disaster aid has been made available to Massachusetts for the severe winter storm that struck the area from Jan. 11-12.
Much of the Dedham Mall will remain closed Tuesday, while crews work feverishly to remove snow from the roof.