Storm continues as region shuts down, with scattered power outages

TUESDAY'S NOR'EASTER FORCED L'Artisan Cafe patrons inside at the Wayland Square eatery in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
TUESDAY'S NOR'EASTER FORCED L'Artisan Cafe patrons inside at the Wayland Square eatery in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., residents are now breaking out the shovels and snow blowers to start digging out from this latest March nor’easter, but the area isn’t out of the woods yet.  Tuesday’s all-day storm brought high snowfall amounts across the area, with some communities exceeding 1 foot. Foster, as of…

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  1. “…arriving flights are expected to come into Rhode Island on time…”
    No flights arrive in “Rhode Island”.
    All flights are from ant to PROVIDENCE.
    Just like all across the nation and world – flights are to and from major city to major city.