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Baker mid-storm assessment: 'So far, so good'
After forecasts of an historic blizzard, dawn broke across Massachusetts on Tuesday after what Gov. Charlie Baker called a "relatively incident-free night." "I mean, so far so good," Baker said at 7:20 a.m., wrapping up a 15-minute storm update from the state's emergency management bunker in Framingham. "We haven't had any catastrophic issues, life safety issues overnight," said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Director Kurt Schwartz. Baker on Monday declared a state of emergency and announced that public transportation would be shut down on Tuesday, urging residents statewide to hunker down and ride out the storm indoors. Read more here.
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Thursday, March 26, 2015
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