Updated June 30 at 12:30pm

Digging deep for education

Supporters of the Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program don hard hats Oct. 9 to mark the start of construction at the school’s expanded site along the Service Road near Interstate 95 in Providence. From left: Stephen Hourahan, senior adviser to Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee; David Haffenreffer, chair, Fund for UCAP board; Providence Mayor Angel Taveras; Steve Guglielmo, Saccoccio & Associates; Karen Warfield, director, diversity & community affairs, Textron, Inc.; Providence Councilman Bryan Principe; Frank Gustafson, CASE Construction (in background) and Mark Saccoccio, principal, Saccoccio & Associates.

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Digging deep for education

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Supporters of the Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program don hard hats Oct. 9 to mark the start of construction at the school’s expanded site along the Service Road near Interstate 95 in Providence. From left: Stephen Hourahan, senior adviser to Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee; David Haffenreffer, chair, Fund for UCAP board; Providence Mayor Angel Taveras; Steve Guglielmo, Saccoccio & Associates; Karen Warfield, director, diversity & community affairs, Textron, Inc.; Providence Councilman Bryan Principe; Frank Gustafson, CASE Construction (in background) and Mark Saccoccio, principal, Saccoccio & Associates.

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