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The University of Rhode Island is seeking volunteers to keep an eye on 19 residential facilities without power.
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Hurricane Sandy has passed, now what?
a black and white photo journal of Hurricane Sandy in Middletown
The following information was provided by the town of Middletown
National Grid is on-scene working to restore power
The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is partnering with Rhode Island United Way’s 2-1-1 to collect reports from homeowners and businesses.
As crews work to clean up Middletown Tuesday, thousands remain without power.
Many without remain without power after Sandy's winds pushed power lines down throughout Middletown
As predicted earlier, Sandy's most severe wind-lashing is expected this evening, as the hurricane makes landfall in New Jersey.
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