Pedestrians coped with snow covering sidewalks and streets in Times Square in New York City on Jan. 23.
Restaurant operators across the Eastern Seaboard dug out from a massive snowstorm named Jonas over the weekend that shut down travel and kept many workers and students home on Monday. The blizzard left up to 40 inches of snow in some areas, from Georgia to Massachusetts, and was blamed for more than three dozen deaths, according to the Associated Press. Flights at airports across the Northeast were cancelled through the weekend and into Monday. With travel bans in force through the weekend ...
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