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  • JERREY ROBERTS
Haymarket Cafe, one of few downtown Northampton businesses open Tuesday due to the snowstorm, was a popular haven.

    JERREY ROBERTS Haymarket Cafe, one of few downtown Northampton businesses open Tuesday due to the snowstorm, was a popular haven. Purchase photo reprints »

  • MATT BURKHARTT
Lisa Leong of Williamsburg shovels the sidewalk in front of her home on North Main Street Tuesday January 27. Daytime accumulation of snow is estimated at 3 to 7 inches.

    MATT BURKHARTT Lisa Leong of Williamsburg shovels the sidewalk in front of her home on North Main Street Tuesday January 27. Daytime accumulation of snow is estimated at 3 to 7 inches. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
Christopher Montanez, left, 6, Joe Beaulieu and Miriam Rosas, all of Chicopee, talk Tuesday morning about their overnight stay at the Red Cross emergency shelter at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

    KEVIN GUTTING Christopher Montanez, left, 6, Joe Beaulieu and Miriam Rosas, all of Chicopee, talk Tuesday morning about their overnight stay at the Red Cross emergency shelter at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
Daniel Russell, a special motor equipment operator with the Northampton Department of Public Works Water Division, works his snow plow route in Leeds and Florence early Tuesday morning. The DPW designates over 40 plow routes to cover the city.

    KEVIN GUTTING Daniel Russell, a special motor equipment operator with the Northampton Department of Public Works Water Division, works his snow plow route in Leeds and Florence early Tuesday morning. The DPW designates over 40 plow routes to cover the city. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
Iryna Calderon passes a Smith College vehicle brushing about seven inches of snow from the sidewalk on Elm Street in Northampton early Tuesday morning. "It's a nice walk," said Calderon who was making her way home from Cooley Dickinson Hospital after visiting a friend working the overnight shift during the storm.

    KEVIN GUTTING Iryna Calderon passes a Smith College vehicle brushing about seven inches of snow from the sidewalk on Elm Street in Northampton early Tuesday morning. "It's a nice walk," said Calderon who was making her way home from Cooley Dickinson Hospital after visiting a friend working the overnight shift during the storm. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
UMass students Jess Sterner, left, and Robert Abbot talk about the snowstorm Monday night in downtown Amherst.

    JERREY ROBERTS UMass students Jess Sterner, left, and Robert Abbot talk about the snowstorm Monday night in downtown Amherst. Purchase photo reprints »


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