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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut regulators on Thursday proposed a $30 million fine for Eversource and a $2.1 million fine for United Illuminating for what officials called the utilities' failures in their preparation and response to Tropical Storm Isaias, which left hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in the state without power last August.

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Downed branches from high winds knocked power out for more than 5,000 Albany households and businesses on Friday. 

Heavy winter storms, freezing rain, wet snow and even high-speed winds can all lead to power outages. These blackouts can last days and sometimes weeks depending on the severity of the damage, leaving you and your family without heat, light or a means to cook. Here is what you should do before you find yourself without power during the cold, according to tips from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

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A short-lived windstorm downed trees, snapped branches and knocked out power to more than 1,400 customers in the mid-valley Friday afternoon.

A spray of dirt, moss and insulation woke Nicole Coelho shortly after 6 on Friday.

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Some 1,200 Pacific Power customers remained without power Monday afternoon in the Lebanon and Sweet Home areas. The utility expected to restor…

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