A look behind the camera as we bring you updates on the storm all day long.
The heavy snow and strong winds from Tuesday’s storm are expected to cause significant accumulations and potentially blizzard-like condition…
Employees spent Monday re-winterizing the store, putting out shovels, snowblowers and ice melt needed at least one more time before the wint…
“As soon as the first flakes start we’ll be out there treating the roads,” Cranston Highway manager John Corso said.
A tree fell into the Seekonk Public Library during the March 7 nor’easter, causing only slight damage on the outside, but a big mess on the …
“This has been a very unique situation that we’ve had these three storms, right on top of each other,” National Grid spokesperson Ted Kresse…
Monday’s winning photo was taken during a day trip to Provincetown.
With as much as two feet of snow on the ground in parts of the region, some school districts canceled class for a second day.
Tom Sisto submitted this week’s winning picture.
The heavy, wet snow and strong winds Wednesday night caused another round of widespread power outages in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Many people were wondering why the snowflakes were so big and why the accumulation amounts differed so greatly across the area.
Utility crews Wednesday had just gotten almost everyone restored from a storm last week when more winter weather moved in.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day shows snow-covered Burrillville.
Governor Charlie Baker announced Thursday morning that all non-emergency state executive branch offices are closed Thursday.
Rain from the second nor’easter in less than a week changed over to snow and very quickly coated much of the region.
Food can start to become unsafe after just four hours without power, according to the R.I. Department of Health.
Kim Mallett’s photo depicts a winter’s calm from Narragansett Parkway in Pawtuxet Village.
Spokesperson Ted Kresse said 99 percent of customers in Rhode Island who lost power during Friday’s storm are back online.
Nearly all Rhode Islanders have power restored following Wednesday’s storm.
A secretary for the Fall River school said its new goal is to be back open by Monday, March 12.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows high surf caused by last week’s storm.
Baker said once the immediate crisis has passed, he’ll ask local officials to begin tallying damage so the state can make a formal request f…
With another storm on the way, officials said residents in the town of Scituate should take precautions by checking their property for weake…
At peak, 85 percent of the town of Rehoboth was without power. By Monday, that number was down to 25 percent.
As of 11 p.m. Monday, approximately 4,000 customers in Rhode Island and approximately 21,000 in Massachusetts were without electricity.