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About 100 homes, businesses remain without power in Vermont

BROOKFIELD, Vermont (AP) - Power has been restored to nearly all of the more than 20,000 Vermont homes and businesses left in the dark Thursday night. Green Mountain Power says just over 100 customers remained without power early Saturday afternoon.

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