The city of Providence recently ran out of road salt, before receiving sixty tons on loan from the city of New Bedford.
Keep your family safe with this vital information from Cumberland Hill Fire Dept.
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Before hitting the hill, make your outing safe and enjoyable with these important reminders.
Before you head out on that lake or pond for ice skating or fishing – make sure it’s safe.
Just two days after Southern New England was hit with a nor’easter, inches of snow fell across the area.
AAA New England has some tips that help drivers trudge through conditions whenever winter weather hits the area.
Here are eight safety tips the Snow & Ice Management Association has for staying safe while shoveling.
This frigid weather can be deadly for cats and dogs – and Rhode Island has some rules on how they should be treated.
As temperatures dip into the sub-freezing region, Southern New Englanders will start to consider how to protect themselves, their homes, and their pets from the cold.
The coldest temperatures of the season are expected over the next several days, and with it comes the hope that your vehicle will start when you turn the key on these frigid mornings.
CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) — Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has outlined important steps to take when the temperatures become dangerous.
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The most experienced driver can have difficulty on roads slippery from snow, salt treatment or even just heavy rain. It can be especially harrowing for young drivers, who are still getting their sea legs behind the wheel.
‘Tis the season for icy roads, snow on the windshield, and car safety.
Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has several ways you can keep your family safe.
Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has several ways you can keep your family safe, including creating a Winter Emergency Supply Kit.