Cynthia MacDonald, 63, sustained significant injuries and was transported to Rhode Island Hospital.
Reader photos from last winter submitted to our Flickr Group.
It. Is. Hot.
Residents are encouraged to report potholes to the Mayor’s Office by calling 401-421-2489 or through the ProvConnex website and mobile app. Reports help City find areas that need prioritization and inform the prioritization process.
A Cranston woman was sent to the hospital after being struck by a car that slid down an icy hill.
Obviously not everyone in a wheelchair is able to get out and shovel, but Mr Hughes’ determination makes the lame excuses of everyone else sound even lamer.
There is no challenge we cannot overcome when we come together as a community. So to everyone who lives, works and does business in Providence – thank you.
Providence schools closed on Monday, parking bans starts at 12:01am Monday, trash/recycling collection delayed one day.
Introduced by Ward 13 Council member Bryan Principe, the ordinance change would allow the Department of Public Works to clear un-passable sidewalks and then bill the abutting land owners for the cost of the work. It would also allow the city to levy a fine for each day a sidewalk remains unshoveled, instead of only a one-time charge.
Karen McHugh, a 51-year-old Seekonk resident was struck and killed by a hit & run driver on Friday night as she was walking along the road near her home.
Don’t put the snow on the sidewalks either.
Ahead of a winter storm that is forecast to begin Monday afternoon and intensify to blizzard conditions through Monday night and in to Tuesday, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza is announcing a series of preparations to ensure public safety.
All regular RIPTA buses and trolleys, but excluding special services, will be free on Wednesday, August 27th , 2014.
Wow, it is really snowing out there.
More snow, more parking bans and don’t forget to shovel your sidewalks.
During yesterday’s snow, rain, ice, cats, storm, the glacier at Westminster and the Service Road advanced back onto the sidewalk. Also, the steps to the City Administrative Building at 444 Westminster Street looked like this for way too long (as of lunch time, there was a pathway cleared).
The Broadway Bridge sidewalks are clear of snow, but not everything around them is.