Crews working to clear roads




GREENFIELD – While many are still snow-covered, local streets are getting better by the hour in Hancock County, area officials say.

The county’s main roads have been cleared through the night, and now county and city street crews are working on clearing and widening secondary streets.

“Everything is snow-covered by everything is plowed,” said Jim Hahn, Greenfield street superintendent just before 9 a.m. “Right now we’re in the process of widening.”

Hancock County is under an orange travel watch, meaning only essential travel to and from work or for emergencies is recommended.

 

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