The latest storm system passing through Massachusetts sets new records.
FOX News Radio's Bill Marcus has more from Boston:
Buses are running, but trains and trolleys are shut down today , so the oldest transit system in the country can clear its tracks. Some crews reportedly moving snow by hand.
The governor declaring an emergency and ordering non-essential state staff here in the greater Boston area to stay home, so the roads can get clear. 71 inches in 17 days. A fatigue is setting in. People tired of shoveling, tired of not being able to get around, tired of the isolation.
In Boston, Bill Marcus, FOX News Radio.
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