Snowfall of 4 to 6 inches is expected by early Monday across southern New England, with spots up to 8 inches in southeastern Massachusetts and central and eastern Rhode Island.
All that snow in New England may make your property look as pretty as a calendar shot, but it won’t do you any favors if you’re trying to buy or sell a house.
Snow and rain has ended across southern New England, and a mostly mild dry, if slushy, day is expected before more cold sets in for the beginning of the week.
Ski resorts are expecting visitors to flock to the mountains of northern New England and upstate New York for rare powder as the snow-shrouded region heads into the mid-winter school break, a prime period for winter tourism.
Winter-weary New England, which has been battered recently by a series of major snowstorms, braced Sunday for even more.
Pigs nearly managed to fly in Connecticut, terrorized hikers in Maine and drew a police response with squeals that turned out to be X-rated.
Utilities called in reinforcements from across Atlantic Canada and New England on Monday as they began the slow and painstaking process of restoring power to more than 100,000 homes and businesses left in the dark following a powerful snowstorm.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – New federal statistics show economic growth in New England has been slowest in Connecticut and Maine since the end of the recession in 2009. The Commerce Department released statistics of quarterly […]
New Englanders spent more on food, health care, gas to run their cars and electricity to heat and cool their homes in 2012 than most other Americans, according to statistics released Thursday by the federal government showing that spending has rebounded since the recession ended in 2009.
Heavy flooding throughout northern New England was blamed for at least one fatality as officials on Wednesday urged residents in all three states to avoid water-covered roadways and watch out for overflowing rivers.