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‘Official’ East Providence Christmas Tree lights up at City Hall

‘Official’ East Providence Christmas Tree lights up at City Hall

EAST PROVIDENCE — A hearty group gathered Friday night, Dec. 13, at City Hall Center for the first “official” East Providence Christmas Tree lighting at the city’s hub in some five years. About two dozen residents, employees and elected officials braved the bone-chilling temperatures to witness the 45-foot Evergreen Spruce tree come to life with

Photos by Rich Dionne
East Providence Vo-Tech students from lower left, Nathan Wilkerson, Jordan Williams, Roberto Garcia, Mark Bianco, construction teacher Tom Galligan, row 2, Aidan Mota, James Ricci Jacob Otton, Brandon Kelly, Ty Ignacio and Pat Perry.

CTC students build scale model of East Providence City Hall for Winterfest display

EAST PROVIDENCE – East Providence Career and Technical Center construction class students have once again built a submission for use throughout the season at the Recreation Department “Winterfest” display, which opens Saturday, Dec. 7, on the Senior Center grounds off Waterman Avenue. Two years after building a model replica of the Looff Carousel, the EPCTC

The Crescent Park/Looff Carousel tree lighting event took place in Riverside on Saturday, Nov. 30.

Holiday tree lighting season begins in earnest in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — The holiday tree lighting season and appearance by “Santa Claus” locally began in earnest last weekend with the annual Crescent Park/Looff Carousel event held Saturday, Nov. 30. Santa arrived to the Carousel by escort of the East Providence Fire Department. The Carousel Commission oversaw the event, which included the tree lighting and

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East Providence School Department completes move to City Hall

EAST PROVIDENCE — The move of the East Providence School Department from its long-time and former Burnside Avenue site to the third floor at City Hall became officially “official” during the spring recess as the administrative offices completed their transition to the new locale. Calling herself “the last of the Mohegans,” Patricia Ianelli diligently combed

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