Prov Parking Ban Starts

(2.7) A winter storm warning has been issued for the entire state. The Mayor’s Office has issued this parking ban notice: Due to expected severe winter storm conditions, a citywide parking ban will go into effect at 8:00 AM, tomorrow, Sunday, February 7, until further notice. Residents with overnight parking passes are advised that they

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Brown U. Men’s Ski Team Hosts Teton Gravity Research’s Re:Session Ski Movie

The Brown University Men’s Ski Team will be hosting the Rhode Island premiere of Teton Gravity Research’s new ski and snowboard movie Re:Session on Friday, October 23rd presented by The North Face, Rossignol, Dynastar/Lange, Oakley, Powder Magazine, Outside Magazine, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.  TGR is a world renowned ski and snowboard video production company and

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OMG SNOW Part Deux

A couple weeks after Matthew’s post, snow is again predicted for the Providence area. A good 4-8 inches, according to Weather Underground (’bout time! It’s nearly January, and the light coat I brushed off my car this morning hardly qualifies). Except I haven’t heard anyone writing out their last will and testament yet or lining

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OMG SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[youtube]sKoXJNm5M_I&NR=1[/youtube] So, tomorrow it’s going to snow.  Global warming’s given us some pretty mild winters the last couple of years, and apparently that one storm last year still has everybody’s panties bunched. If you get the City’s weekly propaganda about how awesome David Cicilline is e-newsletter, you probably just saw this: Mayor Cicilline & Providence

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Council does its bidness

Last night the City Council did a few things. Reversing the order in which the Projo engages them: It passed a resolution decrying Providence College’s god-awful treatment of its janitors, whose contract is up. In other action last night, members unanimously approved a resolution expressing support for the janitorial employees of Hurley of America, which

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