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    Girl Kayaks Through Winter Storm Slush

    Travel was difficult during Thursday's winter storm, but some found other means of transportation. (Published Friday, Jan. 5, 2018)

    The first major snowstorm to hit New England in 2018 left behind more than a foot of snow in some areas, coastal flooding and a blast of bitter temperatures.

    The following are snowfall total reports from the National Weather Service:

    MASSACHUSETTS

    Taunton - 16.9"

    Boy Gets Hug From Trump at Florence Aid Event

    [NATL] Boy Gets Hug From Trump at Florence Aid Event

    While handing out meals to Hurricane Florence victims in New Bern, North Carolina, President Donald Trump got a special request — a hug from a young boy who was helping out. Trump obliged

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018)

    Dighton - 16.3"

    Swansea - 16"

    Mansfield - 15.5"

    North Dighton - 14.7"

    Fall River - 14.3"

    Attleboro - 13.5"

    Cancer Patient's Christmas Decorations Vandalized

    [NATL] Cancer Patient's Christmas Decorations Vandalized

    Neighbors in Colerain Township, Ohio, rallied to help when someone slashed the Christmas decorations of a 2-year-old with terminal cancer.

    (Published 18 minutes ago)

    New Bedford - 8.4"

    West Acushnet - 6.6"

    Acushnet - 6"

    West Peabody - 17"

    Haverhill - 16"

    Methuen - 15"

    Koreas Strike Nuclear Site Deal, With US Condition

    [NATL] North, South Korea Strike Nuclear Site Deal, With US Condition

    North and South Korea reached a deal to shut down North Korea’s main nuclear site - on one condition.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018)

    Ipswich - 15"

    Danvers - 14.2"

    Marblehead - 13.5"

    Saugs - 13"

    Topsfield - 12.5"

    Bradford - 12"

    Lynn - 12"

    Peabody - 12"

    Gloucester - 10"

    Manchester - 9.4"

    Greenfield - 10.5"

    Shelburne - 10"

    Greenfield - 8.2"

    Leyden - 8"

    Northfield - 7"

    Colrain - 6.5"

    Whately - 6"

    Chester - 12.3"

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    Southwick - 12"

    West Springfield - 12"

    Hampden - 11.5"

    Ludlow - 11"

    Springfield - 10.5"

    Palmer - 10.5"

    Aerial Footage Shows Devastating Flooding in N.C.

    [NATL] Aerial Footage Shows Devastating Flooding in N.C.

    Aerial footage shows the extent of flooding from Hurricane Florence in Lumberton, N.C. The flooding has caused the shutdown of part of Interstate 95.

    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018)

    East Longmeadow - 10"

    Wilbraham - 9"

    Longmeadow - 9"

    Agawam - 8.5"

    Northampton - 12.3"

    Amherst - 12"

    Student Golfer Found Stabbed to Death; Homeless Man Arrested

    [NATL] Student Golfer Found Stabbed to Death; Homeless Man Arrested
    Accomplished amateur golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena’s body was found in a pond on a golf course in Ames, Iowa, on Monday. A homeless man, 22-year-old Collin Richards, was charged with first-degree murder in the killing.
    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018)

    Florence - 10.8"

    Plainfield - 10.5"

    Easthampton - 10.2"

    Worthington - 10"

    Amherst Center - 10"

    East Arlington - 17"

    Mom Grieves for Baby Swept Away in Florence Floodwaters

    [NATL] Mom Grieves for Baby Swept Away in Florence Floodwaters

    The mother of 1-year-old Kaiden Lee Welch is living in her own nightmare. Deja Lee's only child was carried away by rushing floodwaters after Hurricane Florence battered the Carolinas with record-breaking rainfall.

    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018)

    Lincoln - 17"

    Lexington - 16.9"

    Winchester - 16.2"

    Framingham - 16"

    Woburn - 16"

    Wakefield - 16"

    1 Killed as Tornadoes Touch Down in Virginia

    [NATL] 1 Killed as Tornadoes Touch Down in Virginia

    Remnants of what was once Hurricane Florence are still causing problems along the East Coast. One person was killed and another injured during a tornado in Chesterfield County, VA.

    (Published Monday, Sept. 17, 2018)

    Townsend - 15.8"

    Dracut - 15.4"

    Billerica - 15.2"

    Melrose - 15.1"

    West Newton - 15"

    Acton - 15"

    Concord - 15"

    Groton - 14.5"

    Wilmington - 14"

    Littleton - 14"

    Tewksbury - 13.8"

    Reading - 13.6"

    Hudson - 13.5"

    Pepperell - 13.5"

    Ashby - 13.5"

    Natick - 13.5"

    Stoneham - 13"

    North Chelmsford - 13"

    Arlington - 13"

    Everett - 12.5"

    Tyngsboro - 12.5"

    Shirley - 12"

    Westford - 12"

    North Reading - 11.5"

    Hopkinton - 11"

    Pepperell - 7"

    Stoughton - 17.5"

    Milton - 17"

    South Weymouth - 16"

    East Milton - 15.5"

    Braintree - 15.2"

    Quincy - 14.5"

    Franklin - 14.5"

    Norwood - 14.3"

    Dover - 14"

    Weymouth - 13"

    Millis - 13"

    Needham - 12.8"

    Randolph - 12"

    Cohasset - 11"

    Walpole - 6.8"

    Wrentham - 5.7"

    East Bridgewater - 16.5"

    Brockton -16.4"

    Rockland - 15.5"

    Hanover - 14.5"

    Bridgewater - 13"

    Hanson - 11.5"

    Lakeville - 10"

    Scituate - 9.8"

    Plymouth - 7.5"

    Kingston - 7.3"

    Charlestown - 16.6"

    Dorchester - 16"

    South Boston - 14"

    Winthrop - 13.2"

    1 N East Boston - 13.2"

    Worcester - 16.8"

    Millbury - 16.5"

    Sterling - 15.8"

    Milford - 15.3"

    Hubbaraston - 14.5"

    Lunenburg - 14.1"

    Westminster - 14"

    Leominster - 13.9"

    Fitchburg - 13.9"

    Northborough - 13.5"

    Shrewsbury - 13.3"

    Clinton - 12.8"

    North Grafton - 12.1"

    Holden - 11.5"

    Mendon - 11"

    Auburn - 11"

    Millville - 10"

    Gardner - 10"

    Spencer - 10"

    Worcester 8.5"

    Rutland - 6"

    Harvard - 3"

    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Gilmanton - 14"

    Ashland - 12.1"

    Lakeport - 12"

    Belmont - 11.5"

    Sanbornton - 11"

    Meredith - 11"

    Tilton - 11"

    Gilford - 10"

    W Sanbornton - 9.6"

    Meredith - 9.5"

    North Conway - 10.3"

    Wolfeboro - 10.2"

    Sandwich - 9.3"

    Tamworth - 8.5"

    Jackson - 8"

    Albany - 7.6"

    North Conway - 7.5"

    Madison - 6.3"

    Rindge - 15.4"

    Marlborough - 12"

    Rindge - 12"

    Keene - 11"

    Alstead - 10.5"

    Otter Brook Lake - 9"

    Pittsburg - 15"

    Randolph - 13"

    Berlin - 9.0"

    Lancaster - 3.9"

    Sugar Hill - 9.9"

    Plymouth - 8"

    Holderness - 8"

    Bristol - 8"

    Hudson - 15"

    Weare - 14"

    Bedford - 14"

    Hudson - 13.7"

    Nashua - 13"

    Milford - 11.5"

    East Milford - 10.4"

    Mount Vernon - 8.1"

    Concord - 13"

    Bradford - 12.3"

    Newbury - 12.2"

    Tilton - 12"

    Pittsfield - 11.5"

    Boscawen - 11"

    Bow - 10.4"

    Chichester - 10"

    Bow - 10"

    Danbury - 9"

    Penacook - 6.9"

    Boscawen - 6.9"

    Seabrook - 15"

    Windham - 14.3"

    Auburn - 13.5"

    Stratham - 12.3"

    Londonderry - 11.5"

    Exeter - 11"

    West Hampstead - 11"

    Epsom - 10.5"

    East Kingston - 10.3"

    Epping - 10"

    Deerfield 10"

    Epping - 10"

    Greenland - 9.5"

    Hampton - 8"

    Dover - 13.5"

    Somersworth - 12"

    E Barrington - 12"

    Strafford - 9.5"

    Croydon - 10"

    CONNECTICUT

    Canton - 15"

    Granby - 13.5"

    Southington - 13"

    Burlington - 13"

    Bristol - 12"

    Enfield - 11.8"

    Avon - 11"

    Manchester - 11"

    West Hartford - 10.5"

    Windsor Locks - 10.2"

    North Granby - 10.1"

    Wethersfield - 10"

    South Windsor - 10"

    Windsor - 9.8"

    Farmington - 6.5"

    Marlborough - 6"

    Weatogue - 5.8"

    New Britain - 5.5"

    Staffordville - 16.6"

    Stafford Springs - 13.1"

    Tolland - 13"

    Somers - 11.8"

    Coventry - 10.5"

    Columbia - 10.5"

    Andover - 10.2"

    Hebron - 9.2"

    Sterling - 11.5"

    East Killingly - 11"

    Woodstock - 11"

    Eastford - 10"

    Willimantic - 9.5"

    Pomfret - 8"

    Hampton - 8"

    Chaplin - 7"

    RHODE ISLAND

    Warren - 16.9"

    Bristol - 16.5"

    Barrington - 12.5"

    West Warwick - 15.7"

    Warwick - 13.9"

    Greene - 12.5"

    West Grennwich - 9.5"

    Tiverton - 14"

    Portsmouth - 13.5"

    Little Compton - 12.5"

    Middletown - 12"

    Pawtucket - 16"

    Cranston - 16"

    Cumberland - 14"

    North Providence - 14"

    Riverside - 14"

    Providence - 13.3"

    Burrillville - 13"

    North Cumberland - 12.5"

    North Smithfield - 11.6"

    East Providence - 10.4"

    North Foster - 7.5"

    North Providence - 2"

    Westerly - 11.4"

    Block Island - 10"

    Saunderstown - 6.5"

    Stillmanville - 5"

    MAINE

    W Leeds - 14.5"

    E Lewiston - 13.5"

    Auburn - 13"

    Lisbon Falls - 13"

    Poland - 12.6"

    Mechanic Falls - 12.2"

    E Turner - 12"

    Durham - 11.1"

    Turner - 10"

    Gorham - 13.6"

    South Windham - 12.3"

    Standish - 12.3"

    Gray NWS Office - 12"

    Portland Jetport - 11.9"

    Yarmouth - 11.9"

    Cumberland Center - 11.5"

    Portland - 11"

    New Gloucester - 11"

    Brunswick - 11"

    Gorham - 10.8"

    Freeport - 10.8"

    Falmouth - 10.6"

    Naples - 9.5"

    North Windham - 8.8"

    Bridgton - 8.2"

    Sharon - 13"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    New Sharon - 11"

    Rangeley - 10"

    Eustis - 9.8"

    Rangeley 2nw - 9"

    Temple - 8.2"

    Mount Vernon - 15.3"

    Randolph - 13"

    China - 10"

    Sidney - 8.5"

    Union - 10"

    Rockland - 8.3"

    Union - 8"

    Camden - 6.2"

    Alna - 12"

    Westport - 10"

    Whitefield - 9.5"

    Wiscasset - 9"

    Bristol - 9"

    Nobleboro - 9"

    Boothbay - 8"

    Jefferson - 6"

    Boothbay - 5.5"

    Norway - 15"

    Otisfield - 13.5"

    Buckfield - 13"

    Hartford - 12.5"

    Peru - 11"

    Bethel - 8.5"

    Andover - 8"

    Topsham - 13.3"

    Bath - 10"

    Moosehead Lake - 14.5"

    Harmony - 14"

    Hartland - 13.2"

    Athens - 13"

    Brassua Lake - 13"

    4 ENE New Portland - 11"

    Jackman - 9.5"

    Belfast - 14"

    Orrington - 13.4"

    Knox - 12"

    Searsmont - 10.5"

    Thorndike - 8.5"

    Belfast - 8"

    Steep Falls - 14.0"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    West Buxton - 13.5"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    2 NNW Saco - 13"

    Biddeford - 12"

    West Newfield - 11"

    Ferry Beach - 10.7"

    Kennebunk - 10.6"

    Acton - 10.4"

    Buxton - 10"

    Cape Neddick - 9.8"

    Ogunquit - 9.8"

    Biddeford - 9"

    Berwick - 9"

    Parsonsfield - 9"


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