When the nor’easter struck in October, three seasons seemed to collide over Anthony Abbondola’s service bay at Argento and Sons in White Plains.
As winter fast approaches, the Metro-North Railroad is changing its strategy for how it deals with bad weather on the New Haven Line.
The need for fuel assistance in Connecticut is growing while state and federal money for the program is drying up.
Weather forecasts predict a relatively mild winter. Despite that, the prediction from the Department of Energy is that the price of crude oil will move up, translating into higher home heating costs.
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A shortage of acorns and nuts this year may force bears to find food in other places, such as your trash can.
Despite temperatures lingering in the 90s, concerns over the coming winter are surfacing.
During one of the winter storms this past season, Long Beach Township sent out a reverse 911 advisory on conditions, but was short some 2,500 homes.
It was a tough winter for riders on Metro-North’s New Haven Line and the railroad is taking steps to avoid similar problems this coming winter.
The wet winter and brief warm spell in March have contributed to an early allergy season.
The harsh winter’s effects on homes and lawns has given way to a busy spring for contractors.
In Sparta Township, the steady spring snowfall meant several more inches of snow on grassy surfaces and driveways. This snow system brought about nine inches there.
With the Tri-State area less than a week into spring, old man winter is back for a late March visit.
An organization that helps people in Connecticut stay warm in the winter can’t do it any more.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority on Wednesday was expected to authorize an extra $4 million for snow removal on the toll road.