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Boston continues to dig out after New Years storm

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The city of Boston continues to dig out from a snow storm that dumped 15-20 inches of snow in several areas of the city, and up to two feet of snow in areas like Boxford.

Arguably, areas like Scituate may have gotten the brunt of the storm, as images showcased flooding the turned to ice in residential areas.

Schools and many private businesses were closed on Friday, and Governor Deval Patrick informed the public that state offices would be shut down for the day, as well. The Governor encouraged Bostonians to stay in their homes and let the city do its best to clean up the snow and ice.

As more on the storm and its aftermath breaks, we'll make sure to cover it here on the Boston Top News Examiner column.



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