With more snow in the forecast the House last Thursday preemptively scheduled a session for Friday, aware that it may not be possible to hold their usual Monday session. It was the kind of scheduling maneuver that might not have happened weeks ago, but it appears lawmakers are adapting to the reality that Mother Nature is making it tough to even get to Beacon Hill.
Updated at 11:28 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.
The storm slams central and eastern Mass., while leaving few scars on the western part of the state.
The National Weather Service says potentially life-threatening cold and wind is sweeping into New England this first full week of 2015
This coming season should be a good one for maple syrup producers in New England. That’s the word from Joshua Rapp, who co-authored a Tufts […]
With another storm heading towards the region, homeowners have more than just icy roads to worry about. Ice and freezing rain on top of roofs already piled with snow can cause leaks, and in some cases entire roofs to collapse.
Within the last few weeks the level of Arctic sea ice fell to its lowest-ever recorded level, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency officials will, for the first time, include public safety officials from the western part of the state in their annual hurricane preparedness meeting tomor
It won't be a surprise to hear that this has hardly been a normal winter, especially in parts of New England.
The tornado that killed at least one hundred twenty-two people in Joplin-Missouri on Sunday is stirring up memories of what,until now,had been the deadliest twister recorded in American history. That was a nineteen fifty-three tornado that started in Texas, but ended by plowing through Worcester, Massachusetts, killing ninety-four people.WFCR’s Susan Kaplan reports.