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Monday, March 4, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Winchester Police officers were called to several accidents during the snowy Wednesday morning commute, while our readers reported problematic areas around town.
Winchester Police responded to several accidents during the snowy Wednesday morning commute, while our readers reported problematic areas around town. On Wednesday morning, we asked our Winchester Patch Facebook page readers to report any issues they encountered during the commute in and around Winchester. Reader Greg Chastain said, "South Border (Road) was shut down for some reason as they turned us around when we tried to reach I-93." Fellow reader Lauren Tavares Fogarty claimed that she "heard there was an accident by COS that caused a good deal of traffic." Fogarty's report turned out to be accurate, as there was an accident on South Border Road Wednesday morning, according to police. At 7:45 a.m., Winchester officers were called to …
Saturday, September 1, 2012
A roundup of nearby gas prices from GasBuddy.com.
Gas prices are soaring and commuters are common in Winchester. We want to help in any way possible, and one way we are doing so is providing the cheapest gas pumps for regular fuel around town for the week. So before you head out, make sure your tank is full and you are saving every penny you can. AAA Fuel Saving Tip of the Week Choose a vacation spot where only minimal driving will be needed after you arrive. The following regular unleaded gas prices at nearby gas stations were compiled from GasBuddy.com: 1. $3.75 - Hess Express at 29 Cambridge St. and Pond St. 2. $3.87 - US-1 Petroleum at 586 Main St. and Winchester Center Check Patch's Commuter Page for the latest updates in local traffic.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
A new study ranks Winchester near the bottom in the state for commute time among small cities.
Stuck in traffic a lot? You're not alone. It takes Winchester residents longer to get to work than the residents of most other small cities in Massachusetts, according to a new study. The study done by On Numbers, a Bizjournals.com blog, compiled data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2009 American Community Survey. It awarded points for every commuter who takes less than 30 minutes to get from home to his or her job, and it took away points for every commuter above that threshold. Among the 62 cities, villages, incorporated towns and census designated places with populations between 10,000 and 50,000, Winchester ranked 51st. The study showed that nearly a third of Winchester residents—31.16 percent—take between 15 and 29 minutes to get to …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Find out about traffic, accidents and detours for your commute.
Winchester drivers, want some information traffic? Check out this new Patch feature.