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Snowblogging: Sick Day Edition

Ugh, I am sick today, snowblogging will be light as I sit at home and sniffle. I’m looking out the window, when it let’s up I may try a run to Walgreen’s (if they are open) for some medication:

Readers are filling in the snowblogging gaps, submit your photos to our Flickr Group or email them to contact@gcpvd.org.

These photos are from early this morning from reader Jim Beller:


RIPTA was running early this morning.

Matthew Coolidge added these photos to our Flickr Group this morning:

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Wait... Where are we?

Terrible news out of Cranston this morning as the Edgewood Yacht Club burns down. Video from WPRI:


3 alarm fire at Edgewood Yacht Club: wpri.com

Better news, Mayor Taveras has been out all night with Public Works crews Twittering and Facebooking progress. I asked him about sidewalks last night via Twitter, this was his reply:

@gcpvd Very important to get sidewalks cleaned. Big issue is plowed and shoveled snow getting dumped on sidewalks. Team is on the lookout.less than a minute ago via web

Good answer!

As I sit home and sniffle and eat Ricolas, Ted Nesi is live blogging the hell out of this storm over at WPRI, check him out.

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4 Responses to Snowblogging: Sick Day Edition

  1. Jef Nickerson January 12, 2011 at 10:51 am #

    Sheila Lennon is watching branches fall at her home. Heavy snow, careful shoveling everyone.

  2. Jef Nickerson January 12, 2011 at 10:59 am #

    The Warwick Beacon has more photos of the Edgewood fire on their Facebook page.

  3. Corey January 12, 2011 at 10:25 pm #

    It’s always sad when a historic building is lost for whatever reason, but this one’s especially hard to swallow for me (and I think a lot of people). My parents got married there, and I spent time there as a kid. Very special place. Edgewood will not be the same at all without it.

  4. jen coleslaw January 13, 2011 at 8:37 am #

    a huge blow for marine people, and cranston and the bay and preservationists with the loss of the beloved edgewood yacht club. Good friends of mine were married there and I have always loved the building. 🙁

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