More than 3 inches of heavy rain swelled rivers and brooks during the Halloween storm that howled through the region, and the gushing water undercut some roadways, left gaping holes in others and washed some away altogether.
- Fire erupts during Johnson flooding; 8 homeless
- Waterbury ‘threads the needle’ on flooding
- Big storm causes lasting road damage
- Halloween storm takes heavy toll on roads
- A big thank you to road department
- Among power-failure lessons: Wash up, get coffee
- Town workers stepped up to deal with the big storm
- 2019: Mother Nature does a number on region
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- Morristown music makes comeback; road work approved
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- Stowe's Fourth of July fireworks back on schedule; ice rink can open
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