NWS issues flood warning for parts of Rutland CountyStaff Report | January 12,2014Residents in Center Rutland should prepare for flooding today.
The National Weather service has issued a flood warning for the Otter Creek, which is expected to crest its banks in some locations by Sunday afternoon. Affected areas could include Dorr Drive, as well as low-lying portions of South Creek Road in Clarendon.
Other flood-prone areas include Elm Street and Depot Road in Pittsford, as well as low-land flooding from Pittsford to Wallingford.MORE IN This Just InThe Associated Press Full StoryBALTIMORE — A night of violence gave way to a day of mourning Sunday for a man who died... Full Story
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