Tropical Storm Irene
One year later, WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Dave Mager takes a look at the recovery.
The Massachusetts attorney general is seeking nearly $10 million in fines from NStar for what she calls “inadequate” responses to two major storms last year.
Mass. residents may soon feel the effects of a new law that aims to hold public utility companies accountable for emergency response services and notifications during power outages.
Dozens of people who had their homes damaged or destroyed by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene are expected to apply for a federal program to buy their homes from them.
Despite its quiet finish, the 2011 hurricane season is tied for the third most active since records began in 1851.
The Department of Public Utilities is looking into whether the power companies were properly prepared for the storm.
Church members have organized a fair this Saturday, that will hopefully raise some money to fix the steeple, but the entire building is in need of a makeover.
Attorney General Martha Coakley will request a formal investigation into the utilities’ response to recent storms, her office announced Wednesday.
Residents who were left in the dark after Tropical Storm Irene are once again without power after a rare October snowstorm.
Massachusetts residents who were left in the dark for days after Tropical Storm Irene will have a chance to voice their opinions on the performances of the state’s two largest utilities.