DeKalb County, get out shovels and snow boots
Update 9:43 a.m: ComEd spokesman Paul Callighan says 36 customers are without power in DeKalb County. ComEd crews worked to restore power to 4,700 people since the storm began.
Originial story begins here: DeKalb School District 428 Superintendent Jim Briscoe figured many students would like a snow day on the last day before the holiday break.
“I suspect that unless there’s a whiteout or some real serious black ice, that’s not going to happen,” Briscoe said Thursday afternoon. “In other words, I’d tell all the kids to get their snow boots out.”
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