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February 27, 1999 | From Reuters
New England spent Friday digging out from a blizzard that dumped nearly 2 feet of snow on the region, closing airports, cutting power to thousands and hampering the search for a missing child. Massachusetts State Police expanded a search for 9-year-old Corey Anderson of Norton, Mass., who was first reported missing at the height of the blizzard Thursday after he set out to find his golden retriever.
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February 27, 1999 | From Reuters
New England spent Friday digging out from a blizzard that dumped nearly 2 feet of snow on the region, closing airports, cutting power to thousands and hampering the search for a missing child. Massachusetts State Police expanded a search for 9-year-old Corey Anderson of Norton, Mass., who was first reported missing at the height of the blizzard Thursday after he set out to find his golden retriever.
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April 29, 1987 | From Associated Press
End-of-April showers turned into a snowstorm that stunned New England with up to 21 inches of heavy, wet snow today, snarling traffic for motorists who had removed snow tires and leaving thousands without electricity. Two days before the storm, Concord, N.H., had warmed into the 70s and flowers had started blooming. New Hampshire Gov. John H.
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April 29, 1987 | From Associated Press
End-of-April showers turned into a snowstorm that stunned New England with up to 21 inches of heavy, wet snow today, snarling traffic for motorists who had removed snow tires and leaving thousands without electricity. Two days before the storm, Concord, N.H., had warmed into the 70s and flowers had started blooming. New Hampshire Gov. John H.
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January 3, 1986 | From United Press International
An intense "northeaster" winter storm churned up the New England coast today, spreading up to a foot of snow in some mountain areas, closing schools and creating treacherous driving conditions that triggered a 30-car pileup in New Hampshire. The storm blew in from the Midwest, where it caused three highway deaths and smothered parts of Iowa with up to a foot of snow on Thursday.
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January 6, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
The second major snowstorm to sweep across New England in three days left one man dead Sunday and highways icy as motorists were warned to stay home. In Idaho, meanwhile, the Snake River was receding at Payette, where an ice jam threatened to flood a sewage treatment pond. Officials feared that any warming trend could renew threats of flooding and possible contamination of water supplies to five towns.
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December 10, 1986 | From Associated Press
One storm spread snow and freezing rain into New England on Tuesday, another dumped snow on the southern Rockies and cold air pushed into the northern Rockies and Plains. Winter storm warnings were posted for the mountains and northern sections of New Hampshire, as well as the mountains of southern Maine. About six inches of snow was expected, with a mixture of snow and freezing rain or sleet during the night.
BUSINESS
July 26, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Borden Recalls Canned Clam Chowder: Borden Inc. recalled canned clam chowder distributed in 14 states and Washington, D.C., because chowder in some of the cans was not processed completely. Some of the cans were distributed in California. Borden said the batch of Snow's New England Clam Chowder may not be sterile and could cause illness.
NEWS
April 17, 1988
Spring storms dumped up to 11 inches of wet snow on New England, and scattered snow showers fell across New York state and northwestern Pennsylvania. The heavy snowfall snapped tree branches and broke power lines in Maine, where about 13,000 households were without electricity, utilities said. Maine state police reported more than 100 traffic accidents, but none involved serious injury.
BUSINESS
April 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Borden Recalls Clam Chowder: The Columbus, Ohio, food manufacturer issued a recall in five Western states on certain cans of its Snow's brand New England clam chowder. Borden Inc. said it warned consumers in California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and Nevada not to use 15-ounce cans stamped on top with a FEB 94 or MAR 94 production code and a second identifying line that ends in "C".
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December 10, 1986 | From Associated Press
One storm spread snow and freezing rain into New England on Tuesday, another dumped snow on the southern Rockies and cold air pushed into the northern Rockies and Plains. Winter storm warnings were posted for the mountains and northern sections of New Hampshire, as well as the mountains of southern Maine. About six inches of snow was expected, with a mixture of snow and freezing rain or sleet during the night.
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January 6, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
The second major snowstorm to sweep across New England in three days left one man dead Sunday and highways icy as motorists were warned to stay home. In Idaho, meanwhile, the Snake River was receding at Payette, where an ice jam threatened to flood a sewage treatment pond. Officials feared that any warming trend could renew threats of flooding and possible contamination of water supplies to five towns.
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January 3, 1986 | From United Press International
An intense "northeaster" winter storm churned up the New England coast today, spreading up to a foot of snow in some mountain areas, closing schools and creating treacherous driving conditions that triggered a 30-car pileup in New Hampshire. The storm blew in from the Midwest, where it caused three highway deaths and smothered parts of Iowa with up to a foot of snow on Thursday.
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November 12, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Icy roads, blustery winds that gusted to 69 m.p.h. and as much as 18 inches of overnight snow plagued New England today and brought seven inches of snow to Upstate New York. The weather was blamed for at least one traffic death. Gusts up to 55 m.p.h. downed trees in western Massachusetts, and Block Island, R.I., reported gusts to 69 m.p.h., the National Weather Service said. A high-wind warning was posted overnight in northern New Jersey and southern New York.
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