In Granite State, power restored, flights on time
At Manchester Regional Airport, airline flight schedules were close to normal by Thursday night, according to spokesman Tom Malafronte. The biggest trouble point for travelers was service to New York's LaGuardia airport, but Malafronte said Delta Airlines resumed its service to New York on Thursday. Some flight delays were reported, however, as carriers worked to get equipment and flight crews in place.
Electrical service was expected to be back to normal throughout the state by early this morning. Public Service of New Hampshire said only isolated outages remained by Thursday evening.
At 12:26 a.m., PSNH posted on its Twitter account: "Under 100 customers remaining out! Crews will keep working until every customer has been restored."
Spokesman Mike Skelton said the company expected that just about all of them would have service restored during the night
Unitil said its electric customers in New Hampshire had electricity restored by Wednesday. The utility, which also provides natural gas service, has dispatched gas crews to other states to assist. National Grid reported all affected customers in its New Hampshire service area had their power restored.
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