Canalloween.. This Saturday in the Canal District… Lots of fun happenings … Looks family friendly and lots of fun!
Yay, train service — or so Tim Murray promises according to an article in yesterday’s T&G, which reported that the MBTA will be increasing the number of trains between Worcester and Boston in the coming months. A someone who used to leave for work 3 1/2 hours early and get home from work 2 hours Read More
Through the window this morning, the light was like butter, a thick and creamy texture to it. It prompted me to step outside where I caught this sky in the 30 seconds or so before it opened to pour down rain.
I attended the Board of Election meeting this evening. Work ganged up on me so I was late getting there. Luckily, NicoleCommaWoo live-blogged the first part of the meeting. Her live blog leaves off (as her computer was dying) just about the point where I came in, so you can get the first part of Read More
Massachusetts doesn’t have a voter ID law per se, but many Worcester voters may have to prove who they are in November. What’s going on?
In case you missed last night's blue moon, this is what it looked like from my front porch in Worcester's north end. Why, yes, Virginia, for a few minutes, it really was blue.
Back in July, I posted about coming upgrades to the energy grid in the north and west sectors of the city. The other night, National Grid shut down power to huge swaths of the city in order to do the scheduled upgrades. Now, a few months back, one of the boys took the weed-whacker over Read More