More than 50,000 people in Massachusetts still do not have power after last weekend’s Nor’easter.
Thousands of bicyclists are taking part in the Pan-Massachusetts challenge to raise money for cancer research and treatment.
Volunteers are being sought for a tornado cleanup blitz in central and western Massachusetts.
Seven-time Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong will be among the participants in the 32nd Pan-Massachusetts Challenge next month.
Hours before severe storms swept through Central and Western Massachusetts, Governor Deval Patrick was out touring damage from last month’s tornadoes.
FEMA has added Southbridge and Sturbridge to the list of communities that can receive assistance in repairing public facilities damaged in the June 1 tornadoes.
Federal officials are hoping more tornado victims in western and central Massachusetts come forward to register for disaster assistance as several more disaster recovery centers open this week.
Tornado ravaged towns in western Massachusetts are hoping to get federal assistance, but some communities could get left out.
These are frustrating days for people in Sturbridge who suffered tornado damage. They’re trying to salvage what’s left and make a plan to rebuild.
For one 2-year-old, like many others much older than him, Wednesday’s tornado is like nothing he’s ever seen. Harrison Wilson can see his toppled swing-set in the middle of a devastated neighborhood. He points out that “things got broken.”