Emergency operations center remains open

NORWALK - Connecticut's Emergency Operations Center is scheduled to remain open today in the aftermath of the storm that dropped more than a foot of snow in some areas of the state.

Gov. Jodi Rell says the center will remain open to help cities and towns in providing services for residents still without power.

Earlier today, Connecticut Light and Power reported that about a thousand of its customers statewide are without power.

United Illuminating reported less than a hundred outages.

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