Runners, pedestrians out during blizzard
The blizzard of 2015 is blasting Mass. with howling wind and snow that is whipping sideways but piling high.
More than 23,000 National Grid and NStar customers have now lost power in eastern Massachusetts.
Officials said the problem is similar to one that hit during the blizzard of 2013, and posed no safety threat.
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These storms are like roller coasters: they’re only fun if they scare the bejeebers out of you.
With closed businesses, lost wages, and plowing costs, a one-day storm can have a price tag of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Some areas in the Northeast escaped the brunt of a winter storm that is now pounding Massachusetts.
“I want to make it clear that I believe unconditionally that the New England Patriots have done nothing inappropriate,” Kraft said.
Around here, fans believe Bill Belichick gave the Patriots their swagger back; everywhere else, the view is harsher.
The family of former Patriots fan favorite Mosi Tatupu is sharing for the first time the player’s odyssey with CTE.
Attorney General Maura Healey said she’ll file an antitrust suit if a state judge rejects the pact Partners signed with Martha Coakley.
Annual home sales, just under 49,000, slumped 2 percent last year, down from about 50,000 in 2013.
We must have the reasons at our fingertips when this right is called into question.
Prince scored 19 points on 7-for-10 shooting as the Celtics improved to 3-2 on their road trip.
A group of homeless people sought shelter in South Station, and authorities decided to allow them to stay.
Gunmen stormed the luxury hotel in Tripoli, killing at least five foreigners and three guards, authorities said.
Governor Charlie Baker, in his debut as the public face of a weather crisis, chose to cast a more formal image than some of his predecessors.
Losing a day’s worth of sales or a valuable customer because of the weather can have a painful impact.
The author, known for books such as “The Spiderwick Chronicles,” is considered the pack leader to a group of writers in her genre.
New programs are training laypeople to deal with psychological emergencies — but how much do they actually help those in crisis?