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Newport County is digging out from the snow, and most areas have had power restored. Travel can still be treacherous, as even main roads are messy and a wintry mix is making roads even slipperier.
By 9 o'clock this morning, power had been restored to all but about 636 customers on Aquidneck Island, according to David Graves, a spokesman for National Grid. In Tiverton, 888 customers still were waiting for power to be restored this morning, while 70 customers in Jamestown were without power.
“We expect to have service restored to all customers by Monday at midnight,” Graves said.
National Grid's power outage map:

In Portsmouth, a parking ban will be in effect through Monday at 7 a.m.
In Tiverton, a parking ban will be in effect until further notice.
In Middletown, a parking ban will run through Monday at 5 p.m.
In Newport, a parking ban will be in effect until further notice.

The city of Newport has announced that trash collection will be delayed by one day. (Monday's collection will be Tuesday, etc.)
The town of Middletown has announced that trash collection will be delayed by one day.

All public schools in Newport County will be closed Monday.
Salve Regina University, Community College of Rhode Island and University of Rhode Island campuses all will be closed Monday.

The Potter League for Animals is rescheduling its Have A Heart Cocktail Party and Auction to Tuesday, same time and place.
Newport Art Museum Winter Speaker Series: postponed until Saturday, March 9.
Poetry Reading at Middletown Public Library: postponed until further notice.

The Rhode Island Interscholastic League canceled all events Sunday. Monday's sports events also have been postponed.

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority plans to restore all service as conditions allow; a number of routes have been detoured.
The town of Middletown has asked RIPTA to provide a free bus service for residents who have to walk on sidewalks on West Main Road, which are impassable because of the storm.
Beginning at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12, RIPTA will begin providing an hourly bus service along West Main Road free of charge through 7 p.m. The service will continue through Friday, Feb. 15.
The bus route will start at Oxbow Farms on Rogers Lane and travel south along West Main road and make the following stops before returning to Rogers Lane: Stop & Shop Plaza; Shaws/CVS Plaza; Walgreens Plaza; Commodore Perry Village; East Bay Village.
Riders should look for a green, white and blue 16 passenger bus. The bus will be equipped with a wheelchair lift.