THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
John McCarthy of South Boston cleaned off his car (L) on Telegraph Street, as a construction crew headed off to work. The region girded for another snowfall of up to 9 inches, starting this morning
The steps at City Hall Plaza were only partly cleared yesterday.

The dread of winter

Second storm bears down as towns dig out

By Glen Johnson and Megan Tench
Globe Staff / January 26, 2005

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A region already staggered by clogged streets, depleted plowing budgets, and the near exhaustion of school snow days after last weekend's blizzard faced another winter storm expected to strike as rush hour begins today, a one-two punch that had some municipal officials pondering how to cope with up to 9 more inches of snow. (Full article: 1111 words)

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