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Meteorologist Justin Perry: Update – 3″ to 5″

Follow Meteorologist Justin Perry on facebook Editor’s note: The city will begin salting at 11pm. There is no parking ban and schools are on for tomorrow. Waste Management will be picking up trash (more or less.) However, there’s a slight possibility the school decision can be revisited at 5:30am. JANUARY 17 2018 SNOWFALL: FINAL CALL…

Storm Gallery II – Thanks for the photos!

From Isaac Davila, admin of Lynn Shutter Society – From Steve Mahoney – Multiple contributors (click thumbnail for attributions) – From LynnHappens using a 1951 Leica Elmar 9cm f4 lens adapted to a Sony a7II camera and edited for various vintage looks (Thank you for putting up with my hobby.) – Now – the Most…

Volunteer Clears 15 Hydrants

1/4/18 Ruben Holguin set a goal for himself tonight – to clear 15 buried fire hydrants. Ruben Holguin saw a post from someone online mentioning a free meal at Casa Antigua to people who clear fire hydrants. “I told her I would do one for the cause and that she could donate the plate to…

Today’s Storm Gallery, 1-4-18

Thanks to everyone who shared photos and videos today. Videos are in an earlier post. LynnHappens is still accepting photos and videos and will post another gallery tomorrow if enough are received. You can submit them by sharing them to LynnHappens.com on fb or through editor@lynnhappens.com – It’s still possible to have a “Most uniquely…

No School Friday, January 5th

School, not surprisingly, has been called off tomorrow. Stay safe. Stay dry, if you can. Keep cars off the road and be kind to to the plow drivers. Check LynnHappens frequently for photos, videos, and updates on the parking ban. A few folks have asked how I know. You can find out almost as quickly…

Parking. Schools. Trash. All-in-one update from City Hall!

1/3/18 We posted the news earlier, but here’s the information in much more detail, including trash pickup delays. Keep in mind, trash is already behind in areas of Lynn due to cold-related issues with Waste Management’s trucks. As of 4:30pm, there was a line of cars waiting to park for the storm in the MBTA…

Update from Meteorologist Justin Perry

Follow Meteorologist Justin Perry on facebook @NorthShoreMAWeather   JANUARY 4-5 2018: BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE IN EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS …An unusually intense ocean storm is expected to pass 150 miles southeast of Cape Cod on Thursday evening… Storm duration 3AM Thursday morning til 3AM Friday morning This intermediate snowfall forecast is warranted due to markedly increasing impacts…

Lynners Help Clean After Flood

11:40 AM Saturday morning, Juan Gonzalez of Without Borders Magazine and Global Embassy of Activists for Peace  issued an alert on social media asking folks to help remove trash and debris from flooding downtown. He was joined by neighbors, daughter Dulce, and son Christian. Dulce Gonzalez sends these photos from Munroe Street:   Here’s an…