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Monthly Archives: October 2012

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Public Works Department announces that residents may place sticks and branches from Hurricane Sandy curbside for collection. Branches should be...

Because of ongoing power outages in large sections of Bristol, including at several schools, the Bristol Warren Regional School District is canceling school on...

Sandy's Monday night tidal surge littered rocks all over South Shore Beach destroying the reconstruction of the beach and parking lot that was done...

Photos by Rich DionneA woman checks the depth of the water at the corner of Thames and Hope Streets during Sandy's storm surge...

EAST PROVIDENCE — Most residents and officials of the city awoke Tuesday, Oct. 30, to find Hurricane Sandy had left East Providence rather unscathed...

A pole and its electrical wires hang across Poppasquash Road in front of the Bristol Yacht Club. Traffic is being routed through Colt State...
Barrington Town Hall, Barrington, Rhode Island

The winds have died down, the storm waters have receded and Barrington Town Manager Peter DeAngelis is pleased with the way town employees responded...

On Tuesday morning, Bristol Town Administrator Diane Mederos was relieved that the force of Hurricane Sandy was less than what forecasters predicted, but was still frustrated...

Heavy seas from Hurricane Sandy knocked out a 30 foot section of the northern seawall that separates Photo by Rich DionneConcerned resident Elizabeth Wheeler...

The cleanup from Monday’s storm is underway around Barrington including the “White Church” on County Road. At the peak of last night’s high tide storm...