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More than 600 closings for today reported

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January 13, 2008

Most large public school districts in eastern Massachusetts followed Boston's lead and announced school closings for Monday.

In addition, the state's Department of Conservation and Recretation closed its ice rinks and announced emergency parking rules after midnight on roadways it maintains. And the U.S. District Court in Boston canceled jury duty on Monday.

By 6:45 a.m., more than 600 school and college closings had been reported. They included these public school districts:

Abington
Acton-Boxborough
Amesbury
Andover
Arlington
Ashland
Athol-Royalston Regional
Auburn
Avon
Ayer
Bellingham
Belmont
Beverly
Billerica
Blackstone-Millville
Boston
Boxford
Braintree
Bridgewater-Raynham Regional
Brookline
Burlington
Cambridge
Canton
Chelmsford
Chelsea
Cohasset
Concord-Carlisle
Dedham
Douglas
Dover
Dover-Sherborn Regional
Dracut
Duxbury
East Bridgewater
Easton
Everett
Fitchburg
Framingham
Franklin
Georgetown
Groton-Dunstable
Halifax
Hamilton-Wenham Regional
Hanover
Harvard
Haverhill
Hingham
Holbrook
Hopedale
Hopkinton
Hudson
Ipswich
Kingston
Lawrence
Lexington
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional
Lincoln
Littleton
Lowell
Lunenberg
Lynn
Malden
Mansfield
Marblehead
Marlborough
Marshfield
Maynard
Medfield
Medford
Medway
Melrose
Methuen
Middleton
Millis
Minuteman Regional
Nahant
Natick
Needham
Newburyport
Newton
North Andover
North Reading
Northboro
Norton
Norwell
Norwood
Pembroke
Plymouth
Plympton
Quincy
Reading
Revere
Rockland
Rockport
Salem
Scituate
Sharon
Sherborn
Shirley
Silver Lake Regional
Somerville
Stoneham
Stoughton
Swampscott
Sudbury
Taunton
Tewksbury
Topsfield
Tyngsborough
Uxbridge
Wakefield
Walpole
Waltham
Wayland
Wellesley
West Bridgewater
Westborough
Westford
Weston
Westwood
Weymouth
Whitman-Hanson Regional
Wilmington
Winthrop
Woburn
Worchester
Wrentham

For more closings, go to http://wbztv.com/schoolclosings or http://www.thebostonchannel.com/closings/index.html

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