July 23, 2017
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Surviving the Snow [Photo gallery]
This Ice Princess is over the snow and her life sized Olaf has started to melt. I'm thinking it's time she goes and meets some Sesame Street Characters! more
FRANKLIN, Mass. - Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School invites members of the community to attend the third annual Tee Off for Tri-County on Friday, June 12, at the Wentworth Hills … more
So who is Tony Ottone and why is his front yard 50 foot long snow creation going somewhat viral? Ottone has been a life-long East Providence resident and a 1988 graduate of East … more
Students, faculty, and administrators at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical School presented donated gifts to representatives from Y.O.U., Inc. and the Santa Foundation on Friday, December … more
Santa Claus greeted scores of East Providence kids and families on Monday night as he turned on the lights on the city's Christmas Tree at city Hall. The Repor ter NewsMag captured some images of … more
East Providence City Hall Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony: The City of East Providence, will host its annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall on Monday, December 15, 2014 at … more
Carousel at Christmas [Photo gallery]
Looking for an escape from winter’s wrath in New England? Live in Buffalo, NY? This first hand review of a Florida beach should help. … more
Holiday Cheer [Photo gallery]
The Pontes family on Broad Street in Rehoboth displays wonderful Holiday cheer. Lights dance, Mr. & Mrs. Claus chat, and holiday music plays. You can’t help not to stop when driving by. This year, … more
Holiday Cheer [Photo gallery]
Dennis and Nancy Carrier of Riverside have been spreading Christmas cheer in their neighborhood for 15 years. From Thanksgiving Eve thru New Year's Eve, the bright decorations can been seen at 20 … more
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