Monday’s Pic of the Day features a sailboat.
Even with light rain Friday afternoon, there was already a significant amount of water on the roads from the rapidly melting snow.
A Flood Warning has been issued for most of the area until 1:30 a.m. Saturday, which means that flooding is imminent or occurring.
Lee Marshall of Warren submitted this week winning photo.
Park officials say the alligators will be on the prowl once temperatures warm up.
Training Deputy Chief Thomas Fredericks said ice rescues are a very rare occurrence and it is important to brush up on necessary skills.
The elementary school will be closed for at least a month after a water main break last week, according to Cranston school officials.
A Flood Watch has been issued for Southern New England from Friday morning through Saturday afternoon.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day features a woodpecker.
The rain and snow melt could create a messy situation later in the week as a Flood Watch is in effect from Friday morning until Saturday aft…
Wednesday’s Pic of the Day was taken in Watch Hill.
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck in the Caribbean Sea between the coast of Honduras and the Cayman Islands on Tuesday night.
Edgewood Highland Elementary has been closed since a water main break Jan. 3 while a pipe burst Monday morning at Cranston High School East.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows a frozen pier in Bristol.
The city’s parking ban, applicable to certain sides of the street, will finally be lifted at 5 p.m. Monday night.
Sean Daly submitted Monday’s Pic of the Day.
Anyone going outside in these temperatures should take precautions to avoid illness and injuries such as hypothermia and frostbite.
Weisman Roofing says residential roofs were spared the worst of Thursday’s storm due to the strong winds.
“Every winter we go through a lot of problems with batteries, tire leaks, so on and so forth,” the co-owner of an East Providence garage sai…
The state police said while 64 sheriffs reported for duty, 71 sheriffs used either vacation or personal time to stay out of work.
Water levels at the federal agency’s Boston tide gauge reached a peak of 4.89 feet above the average of highest tide readings for the day.
George Masse of Warwick has won a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Video of the snowy ride quickly made the rounds on social media.
The 30-person crew seeks no attention but works non-stop to make sure you can get to where you’re going.
The Eyewitness News team has been working nonstop since 4 a.m. to provide you with updates on the winter storm.