BOSTON (AP) – High winds and rains on Halloween night knocked out power to tens of thousands of customers, brought down trees and forced some school districts across southern New England to cancel classes. Although winds were subsiding and skies were clearing Friday, Connecticut's two major electric utilities were still reporting about 80,000 customers without…
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