Some snow-weary Northeasterners were struggling through their morning commutes on slick, unplowed streets Tuesday, even though the weekend storm was long gone.
Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary is trying to recruit local teenagers and adults to help shovel out the city’s schools.
As electricity returns and highways reopen, some Northeast residents tried to get back to their weekday routines Monday following the massive snowstorm that had millions digging out from New York to Maine.
The East Coast woke up under a blanket of snow this weekend and collectively documented the experience on the myriad social and mobile inventions of the past decade. Facebook, Twitter and other technologies make it increasingly difficult to stay isolated–even if you’re stuck home alone.
Governor Malloy updated the status of storm recovery efforts with a briefing at 6 p.m. Sunday.
The Postal Service says that mail delivery that was suspended in New England over the weekend because of the snowstorm will resume Monday.
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A behemoth storm packing hurricane-force wind gusts and blizzard conditions swept through the Northeast on Saturday, dumping more than 2 feet of snow on New England and knocking out power to 650,000 homes and businesses.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut’s governor has ordered all roads closed until further notice as the state deals with a storm that dumped more than 2 feet of snow over much of the state. Gov. […]
National Grid says more than 185,000 customers have lost power in Rhode Island.