WBZ Water Cooler: How Massachusetts Waited Out Sandy

BOSTON (CBS) – Most of New York City’s 1,700 public schools will reopen on Monday, a week after Hurricane Sandy blasted through the region.

80% of the city is back online, but whole neighborhoods remain without power and public transportation is not yet back to full operation.

Some city schools are being used as shelters. Massachusetts of course was relatively spared by Sandy, and the WBZ Water Cooler took a look at what people did during Sandy.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Rod Fritz Reports

You can hear the WBZ Water Cooler on Saturday at 10:25 AM and 5:55 PM, and Sunday at 5:55 PM, on WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

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