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Have a branch in your yard? The DPW can pick it up.
The Rhode Island Broadcasters Association, in collaboration with AAA New England, hosts a closures webpage online.
Here's what's open and closed due to the storm.
High winds, localized flooding expected to make driving hazardous
Question 4 on the Nov. 6 ballot asks residents whether the state should borrow $94 million tp build a new facility and renovate the existing one.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools
Bookmark this page to keep refreshing it from your computer (or phone if the power goes out.) Also, don't forget to post your own closings here!
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business
The state will undoubtedly experience strong weather conditions as federal officials declare Sandy's landfall to be anywhere from Delaware to RI.
Should we pass laws to attack the problem, or is there another solution?
President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney squared off in the third and final presidential debate on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Here's how Rhode Island Republicans and Democrats reacted.
The Portsmouth Town Council met Monday night at Town Hall.
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