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  • Up To A Foot of Snow in Store for Parts of Massachusetts by Monday.

    01/17/2010 8:49:23 AM PST · by ohiobuckeye1997 · 44 replies · 1,801+ views
    Accuweather.com ^ | Sunday, January 17, 2010 7:42 AM | AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Meghan Evans
    A storm spreading locally heavy rain into the Northeast will meet colder air and allow for a treacherous wintry mix and snow to fall over portions of the region. Most of the accumulating snow will fall overnight into Monday morning. The heaviest snow will thump over a small swathe from the Berkshire Mountains in northwestern Connecticut to southern New Hampshire and southeastern Maine. Six to twelve inches will fall in this corridor. Portland and Portsmouth are among the cities and towns that will be digging out from this much snow. Lesser snowfall will reach southward into greater Boston through Springfield,...
  • (Boston Mayor)Menino: Coakley opponents want Obama to fail

    01/17/2010 8:23:00 AM PST · by GQuagmire · 64 replies · 1,594+ views
    Boston Herald via AP ^ | 1/17/2010 | AP
    BOSTON — Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has told a largely black congregation that if Democrat Martha Coakley loses the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts, it will be a victory for people who want President Barack Obama to fail.
  • Senate poll (by Boston Globe): Coakley up 15 points

    01/10/2010 2:38:04 AM PST · by reaganaut1 · 18 replies · 2,500+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | January 10, 2010 | Matt Viser and Frank Phillips
    Democrat Martha Coakley, buoyed by her durable statewide popularity, enjoys a solid, 15-percentage-point lead over Republican rival Scott Brown as the race for US Senate enters the homestretch, according to a new Boston Globe poll of likely voters. Half of voters surveyed said they would pick Coakley, the attorney general, if the election were held today, compared with 35 percent who would pick Brown. Nine percent were undecided, and a third candidate in the race, independent Joseph L. Kennedy, received 5 percent. Coakley’s lead grows to 17 points - 53 percent to 36 percent - when undecideds leaning toward a...