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East Providence native Fr. John Denning is inaugurated as the new president of Stonehill College in nearby Easton, Mass., Friday, Sept. 20.

East Providence native Denning inaugurated as new Stonehill College president

East Providence native Denning inaugurated as new Stonehill College president

EASTON, MASS. — City native Rev. John Denning, C.S.C., was inaugurated as president of Stonehill College on Friday, Sept. 20.  With his inauguration, Fr. Denning, 53, becomes the 10th president in the College’s 65-year history. In his inaugural address, Fr. Denning, who grew up in East Providence and graduated from LaSalle Academy in Providence, referenced

The Portsmouth High School marching band, color guard and dance team head down Pennsylvania Avenue. Photo by Matt Wilkinson.

Portsmouth band plays for president

The Portsmouth High School marching band strutted its stuff in front of President Barack Obama Monday night. During the president’s second inaugural parade, the band played a medley of patriotic songs including “You’re a Grand Old Flag” while passing by the glass-covered, heated observation booth that held the president, First Lady Michelle Obama, their children

City Council President James Briden will be involved in the process of selecting a new administrator to serve as a go-between for the state and city upon the departure of the Budget Commission.

Briden is likely choice to lead new East Providence City Council

EAST PROVIDENCE — Inauguration for the incoming class of elected officials in East Providence takes place Monday evening, Dec. 3, and all indications are Ward 1’s James Briden will be the choice to lead the next City Council. Several sources have pegged Mr. Briden, the former City Solicitor in East Providence and Central Falls, as

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East Providence readies inauguration for recently elected city officials

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Clerk’s office issued a press release Monday, Nov. 26, announcing the inauguration ceremony for recently-elected officials as well as those expected to be appointed to various position in city government. The public is invited to the ceremony for the East Providence City Council and School Committee to be

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