South Shore Residents Prepared For Storm's WorstDespite strong winds and steady snow, South Shore residents seemed prepared for any potential flooding that might crop up.
New Equipment Will Track South Shore Great White SharksShark experts are very anxious to see just how many sharks return to our waters this summer.
Ice Cutters Make Way For Commuter Ferries On South ShoreThe harbor is full of ice after weeks of extreme cold.
Mass. Fire Officials Furious Over Judge's Plea Deal With Serial Arson SuspectsFire officials on the South Shore are furious over a plea deal being offered to two men charged in a series of arson fires.
South Shore, Upper Cape Hit Snow Jackpot We now expect 12-15” of snow in extreme southeastern Massachusetts and for most the upper Cape.
Video Roundup: South Shore Hardest Hit By Snow Storm South Weymouth hit the snow jackpot with 15.5 inches.
Best Bars To Watch The New England Patriots In The PlayoffsThe Patriots are the hottest ticket in town. If you can't get to the game, here are several bars -- both in and out of the city -- where you can watch the game instead.
South Shore Residents Consider Moving After Floodplain ChangesBecause of Hurricane Sandy, FEMA is redrawing the floodplain maps up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
South Shore Oyster Beds Closed Over Possible Bacteria ContaminationMassachusetts health and fishery officials have closed several oyster beds on the South Shore because of potential bacteria contamination.
Abington Man Targeted By Kidnapping Scam With New TwistAccording to Rockland and Abington Police there have been a number of reports of people receiving phone calls on their cell phones and being told their children have been kidnapped.
Gov. Patrick Tours Areas Hardest Hit By Blizzard Gov. Deval Patrick says Massachusetts came through the blizzard reasonably well, but about 144,000 residents are still without power.
Shelters Set Up Near Coastal Areas, Many Residents Asked To EvacuateThe threat of coastal flooding prompted Marshfield police to issue a Code Red Alert, asking coastal residents to self evacuate to safe place for next two high tides.