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A DPW plow clears a portion of Wampanoag Trail during the Blizzard of 2013.

City Manager reviews East Providence’s response to Blizzard of 2013

City Manager reviews East Providence’s response to Blizzard of 2013

EAST PROVIDENCE — Considering the amount of snow and how quickly it fell, the various departments of East Providence government performed admirably during the Blizzard of 2013, “Nor’easter Nemo,” on Feb. 8 and 9, according to City Manager Peter Graczykowski. Mr. Graczykowski presented a report during the Feb. 20 City Council meeting on the East

Fire engulfs the home at 55 Hazelwood Ave. in Kent Heights early Sunday morning, Feb. 10.

East Providence Fire Department reboots after Winter Storm Nemo

EAST PROVIDENCE — As part of answering in excess of 350 calls over the three-day stretch, the East Providence Fire Department responded to a pair of house fires during Winter Storm Nemo last weekend. Late Saturday evening, Feb. 9, the EPFD answered a call at 60 Ide Ave. Engine 5 from Broadway was the first

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East Providence parking technically in effect to midnight

EAST PROVIDENCE — The parking ban initiated in city Friday, Feb. 8, in anticipation of Winter Storm Nemo technically remains in effect to midnight tonight, though the East Providence Police Department isn’t to enforce it unless it hinders clean-up measures by the Public Works Department. EPPD Major Christopher Parella relayed the information to The Post

The second-floor residents of 88 Cove St. were unable to use the stairway because it was blocked by the fire.

Blizzard kept Portsmouth rescue workers busy

PORTSMOUTH — Four people escaped from a two-family Island Park house that had caught fire during the height of the blizzard Friday night. Deputy Chief Michael P. O’Brien said the home suffered extensive damage because the poor road conditions slowed firefighters’ response time. Firefighters received a 911 call of a fire at 88 Cove St.

Power restored on Prudence Island

PORTSMOUTH — Power was restored on Prudence Island this morning at about 11:04 a.m., according to the island’s volunteer fire department. The entire island had lost power during the blizzard. A crew from National Grid took the 8:30 a.m. ferry to Prudence on Monday and shortly afterward power was restored. The fire station is still

Everyone in Portsmouth should have power by tonight

PORTSMOUTH — Here’s the latest from the Portsmouth Emergency Management Agency: “Additional power company crews have arrived in Portsmouth and are working to restore electric power to the 297 Portsmouth customers still without power. Power should be restored to Riverside and nearby streets in Island Park by 2 p.m. today. Every customer in Portsmouth should

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