Mass. digs out from massive snowstorm
Mass. digs out from massive snowstorm
At Boston Public Garden, Jack Boyce, 2, enjoyed a New England winter rite of passage: tasting some winter snow.
Joe Ciolino and his son, John, sat in a small snow fort in Boston Common.
Nareisa Niedl helped her daughter, Olivia, build a snowman in Boston Common.
Residents on N Street in South Boston shoveled out on Sunday afternoon.
MBTA passengers boarded a Green Line train at Kenmore Square as service restarted shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday.
William Curdo got a roof's-eye view of the snowfall as he cleaned off his car on M Street in South Boston.
An umbrella and a chair served as a parking spot saver in South Boston on Sunday.
About 50 people participated in a planned snowball fight in Boston Common Sunday afternoon.
Emerson student Mick Jacobs (left) hurled a snowball.
Thomas Appleton and his 4-year-old son, Nalu, rode a sled down a small hill in Boston Common.
Two dogs played in the snow in Boston Common.
After seeing a family member off, the Villamil family of Boston paused to watch planes out a window at Logan Airport.
A coat hung on a shovel as South Boston residents dug out from the snowstorm Sunday.
A tree fell on a home on Main Street in Hanover.
While the walkways were clear in Hull, ice still covered the facades of business storefronts on Nantasket Avenue.
Joe Laspada, owner of Bridgeman's Restaurant in Hull, cleared the ice from the front of his restaurant.
The parking lot of the Hanover Mall served as a staging area for up to 100 utility trucks on Sunday afternoon.
Snow removal continued Sunday at Logan Airport as flights resumed for the first full day since the storm.
People lined up to go through security in Terminal A at Logan Airport.
Leo Verrochi leaned out a window to clean off the roof of his front porch in Quincy.
A utility worker checked out ice-covered power lines in Hull.
Snow was piled high at the intersection of East Fourth Street and Pacific Street in South Boston.
Jessica Mercaldi took a break as Sean Ledwidge shoveled out a car on Marine Road in South Boston.
A vehicle was partly submerged in ice and water near Adduci Way in Hull.
A woman walked past a man with a snowblower in Boston’s Back Bay on Sunday.
The storm surge tossed large rocks and other debris onto Rebecca Road in Scituate.
National Grid employees met with utility workers from South Carolina for a planning session in Hanover Sunday morning.
Ron Lund made his way with propane tanks on Otis Road in Scituate.
Vehicles lined up at a gas station on Route 3A in Scituate.
Residents on Shawmut Avenue in Boston dug out after the storm.
Water closed in on Andrea Giacomozti and her daughter Gavin of Turner Road in Scituate.
PFC Juan Jimens with the 11 82nd National Guard looked over a flooded Turner Road in Scituate.
A snowboarder caught some air on Boston Common.
A National Grid utility worker worked on a power line.
A snowblower sprayed as winds gusted.
Frank Baldwin crested a hill of snow in Salisbury.
Zachary Lavalley, 4, relaxed at the Salisbury senior center, where many sought refuge.
Boylston Street was a pedestrian walkway at midday Saturday.
Waves crashed over sand barriers and destroyed the decks of shorefront houses on Plum Island.
Waves breached a wall in Winthrop Saturday.
Aengus Mcallister emerged with his snow brush from his vehicle on Beacon Hill.
A Winthrop resident shoveled as the waves crashed nearby.
Snowdrifts completely covered cars in South Boston.
In South Boston, residents began to dig out their cars.
One person strapped on a snowboard to navigate the wintry streets.
Snow covered the steps of homes in South Boston.
A Needham resident shoveled his driveway.
Danny Gray, 6, took a rest from shoveling in Newton.
Nicole Lacoursiere of North Andover made a snow angel.
Shea, 6 and Sienna, 4, Brearley slid down their grandparents' front steps in Lexington.