Fleet-footed llamas aren’t the only animals making the news for daring escapes. According to the Weymouth Police Department, an abnormally large number of dogs have been out on the streets, thanks to all the excess snow. More
Archive Blizzard 2015
Boston spent all of yesterday shoveling their way out of one of the largest winter storms in its history, with many getting just enough snow out of the way to move their cars. But one local hero went above and beyond, taking the time to carefully clear off the Boston Marathon finish line. More
Being stuck at home during a blizzard isn’t that bad. You can binge-watch everything you’ve been meaning to watch on Netflix, hold a blizzard dinner party with your friends, and best of all you won’t get eaten by the Boston Yeti. But all morning long New Englanders have been crying out on social media for one very New England reason: they can’t get their Dunkin’ Donuts fix. More
The blizzard we’ve all been waiting for is among us. Most of us are probably hibernating from the arctic tundra outside our window, happily obliging to indoor advisories. While some are perfectly calm, others took to Twitter to share their fears and concerns about the #snowpacalypse.
Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency and instituted a travel ban for Massachusetts early yesterday in preparation for Blizzard Juno. Or at least that’s the official reason. But whispers from the State House suggest a much more terrifying reason for confining people to their homes: a Yeti is on the loose. More
Bernese Mountain Dogs seem like the type of dog that should be able to handle snow. The breed originates from Switzerland, and it’s got mountain right in its name. But if this slo-mo video of Quinn the Boston-area Bernese is any indication, the breed could use a little bit of training before the historic blizzard hits tonight. More