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Utility taking the heat over outages

Patrick is asking why some residents are still without power 9 days after storm

A dark Christmas light framed an almost empty Main Street on a snowy afternoon in Fitchburg yesterday. A dark Christmas light framed an almost empty Main Street on a snowy afternoon in Fitchburg yesterday. (Photos by Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz and John M. Guilfoil
Globe Correspondent / December 21, 2008

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FITCHBURG - As thousands of frustrated residents remained in the dark for a ninth day yesterday, officials and lawmakers in north-central Massachusetts lashed out at the region's electric utility and Governor Deval Patrick said he would seek an investigation into why Unitil had still not fully restored power. (Full article: 1395 words)

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