The blizzard of 2010
New England was hammered by a massive winter storm Dec. 26-27 that left thousands without power and caused flooding along coastal regions that displaced dozens.
Senator Scott Brown will visit the Sand Hills area of Scituate as local officials continue to assess damage from Sunday’s nor’easter and begin to make a case for federal and state assistance. (Boston Globe, 12/30/10)
This month’s blizzard has brought a flurry of tickets from the Boston Code Enforcement Police, 173 Tuesday alone, compared with 20 issued in all of December 2009. (Boston Globe, 12/28/10)
In some coastal communities the storm wreaked havoc. But in most areas, the impact boiled down to salt-stained shoe leather, sore backs from shoveling, and a slight dose of cabin fever. (Boston Globe, 12/28/10)
The nor’easter that socked Massachusetts the day after Christmas took its toll on the state, but the storm’s timing tempered its impact. (Boston Globe, 12/28/10)
A punishing Atlantic Ocean boiled over breakwaters and battered the Mass. coastline from Marshfield to Gloucester early yesterday, breaching sea walls and wreaking substantial damage. (Boston Globe, 12/28/10)
The blizzard may have ended Monday, but some Boston travelers whose flights were canceled because of the snowstorm may be stranded until Friday. (Boston Globe, 12/28/10)