Viewers sent in photos of these rainbows forming following the storm on Nov. 16.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day features birds on a pond.
JoAnn McEvoy of West Warwick has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day features Tannery Falls.
Meteorologist TJ Del Santo takes a look at how this winter could shape up in Southern New England.
Amanda Ramsall submitted Monday’s Pic of the Day.
Strong winds Friday morning ripped down a tree in West Warwick on a street that was previously hit by the late October storm.
Maria Fugere of Providence has won a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Lori Skinner of Attleboro submitted Thursday’s Pic of the Day.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (D-E-M) has been awarded a $500,000 federal grant to lead a nationwide salt marsh st…
Ted Jackvony has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows a viewer’s dog sitting on the rocks at Colt State Park.
Local researchers are studying a a certain type of coral located along the rocky coast of Jamestown to better understand coral bleaching.
Monday’s Pic of the Day features a scene from Saturday night’s Waterfire honoring veterans.
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.