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Winter isn’t easing up yet. Today’s forecast calls for a few inches of snow in Boston (after a weekend storm dumped 16.5 inches on the city), far short of what’s rolling toward areas of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and Maryland. Washington, D.C., not known for its prowess in handling big storms, is bracing for between 4 and 8 inches of snow, most of it falling early today and tapering off later in the morning.
Gov. Abbott’s State of the State address is scheduled for 11 a.m Today. Is expected to touch on his recommendations regarding pre-kindergarten education in Texas.
Texas DPS vendor issues thousands of faulty drivers licenses–850,000 Drivers Licenses reissued after misprint You may be receiving a new license in the mail because your current one is no good. . . discovered a mistake made on hundreds of thousands of licenses is forcing the state to send out replacements.
Neighbors say they are considering taking legal action against the company that wants to build a concrete plant in Dripping Springs. The group that launched a website this month is getting more organized. Noise, traffic from big trucks and effects on the environment rise to the top of the group’s concerns. Bell Springs Road—up Hamilton Pool.