Days after the storm, many are still in the dark

New York Times: First came the roaring winds and drenching rain, followed by devastating floods. Now, for four straight days, darkness and disconnect. One of the most frustrating and stubborn aftereffects of Tropical Storm Irene has been the inability to restore electricity to swaths of the Northeast, especially in Connecticut, where roughly 300,000 customers were still without power on Wednesday night. Some whole towns in New England were cut off, while almost every home and business in New York City had been......

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