Providence snow. Parking ban at midnight, no school or trash/recycling collection on February 5th.
Providence DPW salting the sidewalk on the Broadway Bridge over Route 95 this morning.
In New York City the Department of Transportation shovels DOT owned sidewalks, in Providence…
Angelo’s sidewalks as always are cleared, and someone might have murdered a smurf.
Photos taken yesterday; the Broadway set around 10am, everything else after 3pm.
Providence Public Schools Closed Tomorrow, Jan. 3 – Parking Ban Begins at Midnight. Residents urged to exercise caution during frigid conditions.
We know you want to see more blizzard photos! This is a bit of a different take, before & afters.
The New Haven Independent looks back at the Blizzard of 1888 which dumped 45 inches of snow on the city.
Wood Street by James Ruh The following photos of the West End were emailed to us by Deborah Hickey:
Photo © emiliabright Photo © Armadillo Commander
Yellow Jackets working hard in PPAC Square clearing snow.
Contrary to what you see in this photo of Washington Street this evening, there is still a Parking Ban in effect in the City of Providence, until further notice. [box style=”red”]Update: The Mayor’s office just announced that the parking ban ends at noon today (Monday).[/alert]
East Avenue near the Pawtucket/Providence line. I’m seeing a lot of bellyaching on social media about streets not being plowed yet. While, my street is showing signs of blacktop, I feel others pain, but. We got walloped with feet of snow drifting to amazing proportions. There are hundreds of thousands, probably millions of tons of snow that need to be …
Reader photos of the Blizzard of 2013 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Basically everything is closing down. Stay home.
While we prepare for the mother of all snowblogging on Friday, check out the ProJo’s look back at the Blizzard of ’78, 35 years ago this week.
A reader submits photos and commentary on common snow removal issues along North Main. Just a little extra effort would save hundreds of people from huge inconvenience and safety concerns.