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Warren decks the halls

Warren decks the halls

Warren went all out for the holidays Friday night and Saturday, swiftly leaving behind a minor controversy and concentrating instead on the sights and sounds of Christmas. The 25th Warren Holiday Festival went off without a hitch, three days after the Warren Town Council agreed to let one of its stalwarts, the Federal Blues militia,

Kids bounce around on one of two moon bounces set up at the central fire station on Railroad Avenue.

Photos: Warren celebrates the holidays

  The Warren Holiday Festival continued Saturday, with hundreds, if not thousands, of visitors spending most of the afternoon walking from shop to shop, and attraction to attraction, at the end of the two day festival. Organized by Marilyn Mathison, the festival started Friday evening with the switching on of the town lights. The party

Liam Mallon get's a dad's eye view of Santa as he heads for town hall and the beginning of Warren's holiday celebration.

Happy Holidays, Warren!

The lights are on and the spirit is in the air. Warren greeted the best season of the year with its 24th annual Holiday Festival Friday night. Just after 7:30 p.m. the lights were turned on over downtown Warren, illuminating 100 trees and nearly 100,00o lights. Thousands came to the festival in weather much warmer

Warren Town Hall is starting to look festive.

Decking the halls in Warren

Even as Warren settles in for Thanksgiving, the season’s spirit is in the air. The 24th annual Warren Holiday Festival runs Friday and Saturday, and thousands are expected downtown to help the town celebrate the start of the season. The lights are turned on just after 7 p.m., but by then the party will long have

Marilyn Mathison (left) and Santa Claus celebrate at last year's Warren Holiday Festival.

Thousands expected for Warren Holiday Festival

If you saw Marilyn Mathison earlier this week, she was probably a blur. With just a week to go until Warren’s 24th annual Holiday Festival, the beloved event’s chairperson was running around like crazy, making sure everything was ready for the two-day festival, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23 and 24. “It’s been pretty