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Two schools closed over power outages

More than a week after Hurricane Irene blew through Maryland, power has been restored to almost all public schools in Baltimore, Baltimore County and Anne Arundel County.

In Baltimore County, Winfield Elementary is closed Tuesday because it doesn't have power, and in the city, Lockerman Bundy Elementary is also closed to students, the systems said. Lockerman Bundy staff should report to Mary Ann Winterling Elementary.

Irene played havoc with the schedules of educators, parents and students, as schools lost, gained, and in some instances re-lost power from day to day.

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