Travel easing in New England

NEW YORK (AP) - Travel is easing through New England, where a storm that began Friday left parts of the region with more than 3 feet of snow.

Some 180,000 customers are still without electricity in hardest-hit Massachusetts.

Driving bans have been lifted and flights have resumed at major airports that had closed during the storm.


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