Dangerously cold wind chill will continue part of Tuesday



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Main Street in downtown Greenfield was a desolate place on Monday afternoon as the temperature hovered around 10 below zero. Local officials all but banned travel on county streets and roads from Sunday night until just after midday on Monday. Even with the restrictions eased, few people ventured out. Road conditions will remain treacherous today, officials say. Chemicals that can thaw the snow and ice won't work until the temperature rises. That won't happen until Wednesday. David Hill / Daily Reporter


HANCOCK COUNTY — City and county government offices were expected to re-open for business today, but the Hancock County area is still in for at least one more day of frigid temperatures and treacherous travel.

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