in the borough will be closed Sunday, August 28.
The COMO will close the on Sunday, August 28, and Monday, August 29. There will be no lifeguards.
will be closed Saturday, August 27, and Sunday, August 28.
will be closed to the public on Sunday, August 28.
will be open for lunch and cocktails until about 6 p.m. Saturday, August 27. If you help move a chair or two we hear you may get a free cocktail. They will be closed Sunday, August 28.
The will be closed Sunday, August 28.
will be open Saturday, August 27, and closed Sunday, August 28. Monday's hours will be dependent on power outages.
EVENT CANCELLATIONS AND POSTPONEMENTS
The Press Gang concert scheduled for Saturday, August 27, has been cancelled.
The is postponing the Fall Frenzy sale that was scheduled for Sunday, August 28, from noon to 4 p.m.
The Saturday, August 27, event with Elaine and Karin Tammi, authors of Scallops: A New England Coastal Cookbook has been postponed. The rescheduled date is Saturday, September 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, August 28, services at has been cancelled.
- T.F. Green Airport in Providence is asking travelers to check with their individual airlines for flight information. According to their website, they are expecting delays and/or cancellations beginning Saturday and continuing at least through Sunday.
- Bradley Airport in Hartford has issued a "travel advisory" for the weekend.
- As of Friday at 3:45 p.m., Tweed Airport in New Haven has not announced any plans to suspend or cancel flights on its website.
- USA Today reports that more than 200 flights have already been canceled.
- According to an AP article posted on The Weather Channel, New York City has announced it will shut down all transit service beginning Saturday afternoon.
- Metro-North, which runs from New York to New Haven, has issued this warning on its website: "Metro-North is preparing for the impact of Hurricane Irene. Because of the projected severity of the wind and rain, there may be partial or full shut down of our service on all lines and branches. Customers should check mta.info frequently and to consider the impacts of this storm when making travel plans through the weekend."
- Amtrak has already cancelled trains in Washington, D.C., and in a few southern states. On its website, it said: "As Hurricane Irene continues to progress, Amtrak has canceled most train service operating south of Washington for this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Additional announcements will be made in the coming days as the major storm moves north. Most trains on the Northeast Corridor are not yet affected." More cancellations are likely to come in the next few days, so travelers are encouraged to call 800-USA-RAIL or visit Amtrak.com for schedule information and train status updates.
Roads & Highways:
- Gov. Dannel Malloy is and is warning people to be off the roads by sunset, August 27. There is a comprehensive list of press releases, weather updates, closings and safety tips on its Hurricane Irene information page.
- The U.S. Coast Guard is advising boaters to stay off the water and for residents to stay clear of beaches.