Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Check out photos from Patch sites from New Jersey to New Hampshire.
Portions of the Northeast are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast earlier this week. Patch sites up and down the coast reported the unfolding story and aftermath. Local editors and Patch users uploaded photos of the destruction. Here are just some of the Hurricane Sandy photos that ran on Patch sites from New Jersey to New Hampshire this week. Flip through to see how Sandy affected the Northeast. Add your own photos by clicking on the green "Upload Photos and Video" button.
Should those in dark neighborhoods postpone Halloween activities, or head to other, powered, areas? According to National Grid's outage map, about 600 homes are still without power.
There's scary, and there's SCARY. Trick-or-treating without light of any kind (street lights, house lights, etc.) may be a bit much. So those residents without power are wondering what to do? One idea is to travel to a neighborhood with power. Another is to postpone Halloween for a day or two or three. There are still about 600 residences without electricity, according to National Grid's power outage map. More than a 100 North Tiverton homes are still in the dark on Wednesday. Add that to the darkened houses in the Lake and South Lake road neighborhoods along with other scattered outages around town for a total 478 Tiverton customers still with no power. Power is largely restored to the Little Compton area, but several Adamsville …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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.
The sun is shining on Tuesday morning, but scattered limbs and widespread power outages are a reminder are all that remain of Hurricane Sandy. After most of Little Compton and Portsmouth reportedly lost power during the storm on Monday, about 1,346 Tiverton residents and 1,423 Little Compton residents were still awaiting restoration on Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. According to National Grid's website, thousands of employees are on the ground working to restore power as quickly as possible on Tuesday with hundreds more of being supplemented from crews in Canada and across the US. After Hurricane Irene in 2011, hundreds across the East Bay region were left in the dark for three or four days. Although calls to National Grid's media relations…