All Sudbury Public Schools, pre-K through 8th grade, are closed tomorrow. And Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School: also shut Tuesday.
According to tweets, Route 2 west is CLOSED from Sudbury Road to Walden Pond due to a tree and wires down.
Update, Monday, 3:45 p.m.:
We're still waiting to hear whether there will be school tomorrow.
Do you have photos of storm damage or downed trees? Add them to our Sudbury hurricane photo gallery.
Meanwhile, here's the article on the CERT shelter that is open 24 hours at the Fairbank Community Center.
Update, Monday, 2:10 p.m.:
Sudbury police are encouraging people to stay off the roads. They've been dealing with downed trees and limbs all over town.
Sudbury Patch visited the CERT shelter at the Fairbanks Community Center around noon and the shelter is staffed and ready to go. So far one person had taken shelter there, with more expected as the day goes on.
Schools are closed Monday in Sudbury. A decision on whether to hold school on Tuesday will be announced likely Monday afternoon.
An emergency shelter opens at 8 a.m. today at the Fairbank Community Center. Town officials said cots will be available and those who need shelter should bring medications and essential items.
Sudbury town offices are closed for the day.
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The effects of Irene are hard for us to forget and at times, water and batteries were scarce about town. You can share info about where to find these items and who has gotten the latest delivery by commenting below.
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