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Protect Clean Water Necessary for Good Health and Strong Economy

Thursday, October 02, 2014

 

Two decades ago, Boston Harbor was widely considered the dirtiest harbor in America.

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The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report

Friday, March 07, 2014

{image_1}March is here...Winter still rules...

If anyone tries to tell you that “there is no such thing as TOO MUCH of a good thing”, you can point to the missed opportunity of a major snowfall in the Northeast that is playing out as this week gets underway. You see, the front that moved through the region late this past weekend delivered cold air of arctic origin, and that is normally a good thing for skiers and riders in the Northeast, especially when you get into March when the days are longer and the sun angle higher...every cold day preserves the snow one day longer before the inevitable onset of spring and its’ sloppier surface conditions.

 

video: The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 27 - March 2

Thursday, February 27, 2014

{image_1}Winter’s Back!!! After a brief interlude of more spring-like weather with milder temperatures and some rain late last week and over the weekend, colder air is on the march southeastward from Canada and will become the dominant air mass over the Northeast until further notice.

 

video: The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 19-23

Thursday, February 20, 2014

{image_1}President’s Day week is in full swing at the resorts across the Northeast. Hundreds and hundreds of school districts are on vacation, and that is great news for the resorts, as they are now sporting their best conditions of this season. In fact, they are about as good as they can get, thanks to the snowy pattern that has dominated the region this month. A warm-up is on the way, but it won’t last long, and longer term, the season looks as though it is going to go flying into March with no signs of letting up.

 

video: AHL Game Erupts Into Classic Hockey Brawl In Final Minute Sunday

Monday, February 17, 2014

Though the Bruins are on hiatus for the Olympic Games in Sochi, great professional hockey can still be found in New England. The NHL's minor league, the American Hockey League, brings exciting hockey action to many of the regions cities. Found within that action are some great old-fashioned hockey fights.

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video: The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 13-16

Thursday, February 13, 2014

{image_1}I hope you were able to get out on the slopes over the weekend, because the slopes and trails of the northeast were in their best condition of the season thus far, thanks in large part to the major snowstorm of last Wednesday.

 

The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 6-9

Thursday, February 06, 2014

I am going to start this post by getting right to the heart of the matter concerning the weather and snow conditions…we are now entering a period that could end up being the snowiest week of the season across the Northeast, and you should be making your plans to head for the hills. This week is getting underway with a narrow stripe of moderate to heavy snow across the northern Mid-Atlantic States, metro New York and southern New England. Anywhere from 4 to as much as 8 inches of snow will fall today (Monday), with Long Island and central New Jersey the sweet spot for the highest amounts. Now, that sort of distribution of snow only benefits a handful of ski areas, but I think this storm is only the appetizer…the main course and desert are on the way over the next 7 days. By this time next week, resorts from northern New Jersey to Maine will have anywhere from 18 to as much as 30 inches of new snow for you to play on.

 

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The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 6-9

Thursday, February 06, 2014

I am going to start this post by getting right to the heart of the matter concerning the weather and snow conditions…we are now entering a period that could end up being the snowiest week of the season across the Northeast, and you should be making your plans to head for the hills. This week is getting underway with a narrow stripe of moderate to heavy snow across the northern Mid-Atlantic States, metro New York and southern New England. Anywhere from 4 to as much as 8 inches of snow will fall today (Monday), with Long Island and central New Jersey the sweet spot for the highest amounts. Now, that sort of distribution of snow only benefits a handful of ski areas, but I think this storm is only the appetizer…the main course and desert are on the way over the next 7 days. By this time next week, resorts from northern New Jersey to Maine will have anywhere from 18 to as much as 30 inches of new snow for you to play on.

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video: What’s It Like to Intern at GoLocalWorcester?

Monday, February 03, 2014

It could be the coolest and most challenging internship there is. See what the interns of GoLocal got up to this year.

GoLocalWorcester interns work on some of the biggest project - interview Presidents, swim with sharks, and jump out of planes - seriously!

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The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: January 30-February 2

Thursday, January 30, 2014

As we move into the final few days of the month of January...the coldest week of the year, climatologically, yet another shot of arctic air is sweeping into the Northeast.

 

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