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Hanna's torrents leave Mass. unscarred

Manchester, N.H., takes hit for region

By Jillian Jorgensen
Globe Correspondent / September 8, 2008

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While Massachusetts was spared the brunt of Tropical Storm Hanna's fury, Manchester, N.H., was unexpectedly socked with torrential rains flooding streets, homes, and the city's police station, where telephone service was temporarily cut, officials said. (Full article: 655 words)

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