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Officials work on power lines that went down near Jasper Street and Route 30 in Westborough at approximately 1:30 p.m. today. (Photo/Monica Busch)
Northborough Fire Rescue respond to an office building on Otis Street early this afternoon. (Photo/Monica Busch)
The drains on Jethro Peters Lane in Northborough are already overflowing early this afternoon. (Photo/Monica Busch)
Stop and Shop removed all perishable meat products from the shelves early Monday afternoon, anticipating a possible power outage. An hour later, lights began to flicker.  (Photo/Monica Busch)

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