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Settling down after Sandy: The Transcript spoke with officials throughout North County on Tuesday about cleanup efforts following Hurricane Sandy.
Adams lifted its state of emergency at 4 today, while North Adams, where there were still power outages this afternoon, will keep its state of emergency in place until power is returned and all debris is gathered.
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Tree’s trajectory totals car: FLORIDA -- While most of Hurricane Sandy’s damage came in the form of downed trees falling into electrical wires or blocking roads, one resident lost her car to the storm.
"I heard a crack, a boom and a
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