Write-up & Photos by Jacqueline Bennett newsandviewsjb.com   Whether or not snow in New England is actually ‘news’ is a question to be pondered. Reports of snow certainly dominate the local airwaves this time of year. Anchors are typically called in to work earlier than usual and the morning news shows go on anywhere from a half hour to a hour ahead of their time slots  – some at 4 a.m. – as meteorologists keep viewers informed almost minute by minute about the amount of snow on the ground and, or, falling from the air.     Television coverage has taken to calling the accumulations, “snow events”. And, weather reports have consumed so much of the broadcast news that it prompted a local newspaper editor to write…