Carbon monoxide detectors are important to check, especially after power outages when some people are using generators.
This week’s winning Pic of the Day was sent in by Shawn Murdock of South Kingstown.
A powerful storm Sunday night into Monday brought down trees and power lines across the region.
Kyle Waterman of Hope Valley has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
A frightening storm moved in just before Halloween, but a local restaurant owner stepped up to make sure the damage did not spoil the fun.
A National Grid spokesperson said they hope to have the vast majority of Rhode Islanders back online by Wednesday night.
Wednesday’s Pic of the Day was submitted by Alexx Venancio of North Scituate.
It’s been exactly five years since Hurricane Sandy hit Rhode Island.
Shawn Murdock of South Kingstown has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
National Grid Rhode Island President and COO Tim Horan said 54 percent of customers are now back in service.
National Grid spokesman Ted Kresse said restoring power will be a multi-day process.
Outages of two hours or more can negatively impact food, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Eyewitness News viewers from around the region have been submitting their photos and videos showing the storm’s impacts.
Monday’s Pic of the Day shows a rainbow over Providence.
The storm also knocked down many trees and branches, causing damage and temporary street closures.
Coast Guard are asking people to make sure their vessels are secured
Local EMA officials are speaking out on what they are expected to see ahead of Sunday nights storm.
With the warm weather continuing through October, the wine-making process is moving along at Newport Vineyards.
Lana Miller of Glocester submitted this week’s winning photo.
Thursday’s Pic oft he Day features a foggy view of colorful leaves.
Unseasonably warm weather in October has allowed Rhode Islanders to keep spring and summer activities going.
Judy McCaughey submitted Wednesday’s Pic of the Day.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows fall foliage reflected on still water.
Glenn Hampton of Exeter has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
The U.S. Drought Monitor has some areas in drought right now, but many local farms are in good shape despite the lack of rainfall.