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Written by Kelly Chandler Staff Writer
February 25, 2015

Red Hill borough building suffers broken pipe, extensive damages

                One word, or more accurately an onomatopoeia, has been on the lips of many as recent arctic temperatures gripping the area – brrr! 

                "What else can you say?" said Sherry Coleman of Green Lane.  "I feel like I live in Alaska.  I don't even want to go outside to start my car, much less shovel or anything else."

                According to the National Weather Service, temperatures over much of the last week hovered around 15 to 20 degrees below normal.  The single-digit temps, which dipped to a record low of minus 2 at a Hereford weather station Tuesday, broke a record dating back to 1914....



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