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Barrington power outages down to 2,500

About 2,500 National Grid customers in Barrington are without power as of 3 p.m. Sunday. The number is a significant drop from earlier this weekend when all of National Grid’s 6,800 customers in Barrington were in the dark. The number has fallen throughout the day.  

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Snow removal ordinance in East Providence takes effect Monday

EAST PROVIDENCE — The city’s sidewalk snow removal policy takes effect Monday, Feb. 11, City Manager Peter Graczykowski stated. According to the statute, sidewalks abutting private properties must be cleared 24 hours after the end of snowfall. However, due to the size of winter storm Nemo and the near two feet of snow it dropped

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Power slowly returns to East Bay

Subcontractors and regular National Grid line workers are slowly restoring power to the hard-hit towns of Barrington, Warren and Bristol. Some power returned to Barrington and Warren around 3 a.m., and a large swath of Bristol was back on the grid by 1:30 p.m. Sunday. However, there were still hundreds more in the East Bay

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East Providence remains on regular rubbish schedule

EAST PROVIDENCE — City Manager Peter Graczykowski has announced rubbish pick-up in East Providence remains on schedule until further notice after winter storm Nemo hit over the weekend. Those who have garbage and recycling collection on Mondays should have their refuse by the curb no later than 6 a.m. The same holds true for the

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No school in East Providence on Monday; other city updates

EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence and the School Department announced at noon time that schools would remained closed through Monday, Feb. 11. School was also canceled on Friday, Feb. 8, the day Nor’easter Nemo struck the region. In addition, East Providence High School will remain open as a warming shelter for those

Barrington sidewalk ordinance in effect

Barrington residents living along sidewalks have more to shovel than just their driveways. A local ordinance mandates that all those with property abutting a sidewalk must clear the walkway 6 p.m. following the day of the snow fall. Residents must also remove any snow covering a fire hydrant. Failing to comply with the ordinance can

Barrington warming center moved to Atria

Barrington’s warming center has moved from Primrose Hill School to Atria Senior Living on Bay Spring Avenue as of 11 a.m. Sunday. Town Manager Peter DeAngelis said the town was happy Atria agreed to open up its doors to residents from around town, who are free to utilize the facility to get warm. Mr. DeAngelis

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