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Safety measures are key during debris removal and cleanup.
More than 3,000 Tiverton and Little Compton residents are still without power in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
Power outages and tree damage may limit travel.
Police & Fire
The following arrest information was supplied solely by the Little Compton Police Department. Arrests do not necessarily indicate a conviction.
Information is still forthcoming in this ongoing investigation into a situation in a private home that caused the evacuation of about two dozen in the Middle Avenue area on Monday.
Little Compton Police are going door-to-door on Monday afternoon advising Round Pond Road residents to seek higher ground before high tide approaches at 8:13 p.m. tonight.
Police are investigating an incident that took place today at 82 Middle Ave. in Tiverton and caused the mandatory evacuation of more than a dozen homes on Monday.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Tiverton Police Department. Arrests do not necessarily indicate a conviction.
According to the RI Department of Health, Hurricane Sandy could impact residents with private wells.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business
The state will undoubtedly experience strong weather conditions as federal officials declare Sandy's landfall to be anywhere from Delaware to RI.
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