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Bruce Hutchison shovels off the steps to the Police and Fire building in Warren on Tuesday morning.  Photo by Rich Dionne

Warren running out of places to put the snow

Juno may be gone, but the snow remains — boy does it ever. Public works crews literally ran out of places to move the snow as it fell Tuesday into Wednesday, and for much of the rest of the week, DPW crews will be hitting the roads with 10-wheel dump trucks and “anything else we

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Grid working to restore power in Warren

National Grid workers were on Market Street early Tuesday afternoon attempting to restore power to nearly 2,000 household that lost service around 12:30 p.m. Fallen limbs knocked out lines that fed parts of Market and Child streets, as well as Touisset and surrounding areas. The outage, which originated a few yards from Malik’s Liquor, was

Portsmouth High School is among many schools to be closed Wednesday, Jan. 28.

East Bay closings for Wednesday

EAST BAY — Many local students will be missing a second day of classes thanks to Juno. Some local schools that closed their doors for the blizzard today have announced they will also cancel classes for Wednesday as well. Here’s a list of schools and other places that have decided to shut down Wednesday. Check for an

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Parts of Warren without power

Reports are coming in from residents who have lost power in Warren. So far, it looks like scattered outages started popping up around 12:30 p.m. in parts of Touisset, on Market Street near the Highlander School, and on Child Street near the Kickemuit Reservoir. See National Grid’s power outage map, though it may not be

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Photo: Warren cars’ winter slumber

Warren put a parking ban into effect at noon Monday, and started enforcing it at 6 p.m. That was plenty of time for dozens of residents to fill the municipal parking spaces on Railroad Avenue. Many other downtown owners parked their vehicles in the parking lot of St. Mary of the Bay Church.

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