Five Things You Need To Know Today: Friday, Jan. 21
More snow; higher gas prices; heating oil prices; library appreciation day.
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1. Snow began early in the morning and will stop this afternoon. Accumulations expected to be about 5 inches. It will be cold today, continuing through the weekend. It will be clear and cold.
2. Gas prices are continuing to rise. Last night the average price was $3.14 per gallon. Home heating oil is about 34 cents more than at this time last year.
4. Also at the Library, Movies at the Main is screening "Song of the Sparrow" at 7 p.m.
5. Sixth graders at the Middle School have their spaghetti supper at 6:30 p.m. It is a perennial favorite for students and their parents to meet and dine on comfort food and fun.