The Massachusetts Port Authority is donating about $300,000 worth of surplus doors and windows to tornado victims in Springfield.
A woman has been posthumously honored on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks for shielding her daughter as their family’s house collapsed in the tornado of June 1.
A man has decided to ride out Hurricane Irene at the same Brimfield campground he was seriously injured at months earlier in the tornado.
Two months after the tornado, the damage on the outside is starting to settle on the inside.
Strong storms have struck some areas in Massachusetts that were hit by June tornadoes, and tornado warnings were issued but none have been reported.
Students at St. Michael’s Academy Middle School and Cathedral High School will temporarily relocate.
Students at a Springfield Roman Catholic school badly damaged by tornadoes learn this week where they will attend classes in the fall.
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.
The Monson planning board is considering changes to allow trailers on emergency lots in the future, even if it won’t help families now.
About 800 acres of fire fuel: that’s what the Massachusetts chief fire warden calls the Brimfield State Forest these days, since last month’s tornado filled it with debris.