No state of emergency, but governor asks residents to 'stay home'

Blizzard conditions are expected throughout the day Tuesday; 8-12 inches expected

Posted 3/13/17

Gov. Gina Raimondo declined to declare a state of emergency or issue a travel ban, but urged Rhode Islanders to stay off the roads as a "major snow event" bears down on the state.

"Stay home, stay …

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