When shopping for a snow boot that won’t leave you disappointed while trekking through their first winter storm, you’re looking for footwear that will keep your feet both warm and dry. However, there’s more to it than that. They also need to strike a delicate balance of both flexibility and […]

School districts can avoid having to make-up snow days be allowing students to go online ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Some area school districts had a snow day on Wednesday while others were in-session. In other school districts, students stayed home and went to school online. COVID-19 has forced school […]

(KTXL) — The plows are working around the clock in the High Sierra as this winter more than makes up for a slow start. Locals were still marveling at the amount of snow Tuesday after what was looking like a possible drought year. “You know, we didn’t have much snow […]

Glow tubing begins around twilight (approximately 5 p.m.) from Thursday through Sunday, and tickets must be purchased in advance on Snow Trails’ website. Guests can purchase two-hour passes to go glow tubing. Two-hour tubing passes are $25 ($15 for ages 5 and under). Season passes are $150. The season will […]

By Rachel SchnalzerDesign and illustrations by Jade Cuevas Good morning, travelers, and merry Christmas Eve. I had a blast putting together last week’s all-virtual Escapes edition — and I hope you enjoyed reading it — so this week, I thought I’d bring you more virtual travel adventures. Let’s be honest […]

Natasha Rickman Natasha Rickman is a director who has previously worked on Twelfth Night (Rose Playhouse), Comedy of Errors (RSC), Time Machine (Creation) and more recently several digital shows such as A Virtual Reality and Merry Wives of WhatsApp (Creation Theatre). She spoke to us about her latest project, an […]

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As a boy growing up in Kingsley, Adam Zellmer remembers winter school cancellations as carefree days filled with sledding, snowball fights and snow forts. Now, as superintendent of South Hardin Community Schools, Zellmer starts inclement winter mornings by driving the roads of Hardin County at […]

Airlines have canceled upward of 600 flight after the parts of Northeast received a foot of snow or more with additional precipitation expected to fall through Thursday morning. Snow fell from northern Virginia to parts of New England on Wednesday. It carried on north into the evening, sustaining a storm […]

CHELMSFORD, MA — During a normal year, news of a snowstorm heading for Chelmsford would bring the prospect that school could be canceled. But with online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, that prospect has dimmed somewhat. This year, the state is allowing school districts to pivot to virtual learning instead […]

New York City is bracing for a winter storm on Wednesday and Thursday, but Mayor Bill de Blasio has a message for public school kids and parents: They’ll be online learning remotely as the snow comes down, “whether they are happy about it or not.” And the Big Apple isn’t […]

“Snow day.” These two words have charmed New York children for generations, conjuring thoughts of sledding down Central Park’s Pilgrim Hill or building snowmen at Forest Park in Queens; of strapping on ice skates and heating up hot chocolate. But as school districts adapt to the pandemic by moving classes […]