From Monday into late Tuesday night, Rhode Island was battered by Blizzard Juno. With Travel bans still in effect until 8pm Tuesday night, the roads were almost deserted, seeing almost only plow trucks out to help clean up the mess.
I decided to venture out Tuesday afternoon and see what Main Street in East Greenwich looked like. The following are several images of locals shoveling out their businesses and plows helping to clear up the streets.
Photos by Matthew Choyce of Blackhole Media
Main Street in East Greenwich was maintained extremely well throughout the entirety of Juno allowing for less work by crews after the storm. As for local businesses, well today it seems like everyone was out and about things were already back to normal!
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First Sunrise of 2015 as seen from East Greenwich, Rhode Island!
East Greenwich, Rhode Island
Warwick HAZMAT responds to 3000gal propane tank leak in the vicinity of 901 Main St in East Greenwich, Rhode Island earlier today. The area was evacuated while East Greenwich, North Kingstown, and Warwick fire departments assessed the situation. No injuries reported. The Situation was resolved around 11:30am.
This past weekend in Cromwell, Connecticut we helped out Furpocalypse, a Halloween Anthropomorphic convention. Our team setup both sound and lighting for their main events space and ran it the entire weekend.
The turnout for the convention (1200+) was better then anyone could have hoped for their first year! Our team had a fantastic time helping make this convention possible and we look forward to working with Furpocalypse for years to come!
We were asked to throw together a promotional video for the Halloween Anthropomorphic convention Furpocalypse. We did not create any of the art used in this video, but we did however animate everything into this final result.
Today we assisted Henry Abbott Technical High School for their annual flag day ceremony! Providing the sound reinforcement and music to make their ceremony a complete success.