Fall River holds annual food drive

January 15, 2019 by  

The annual holiday food drive of the Prince Henry Society was recently held at Portugalia Marketplace and Seabra Supermarket in Fall River to provide food and funds to soup kitchens and pantries in the Greater Fall River area.

Members of [Read more]

Workforce development program receives grant from Fall River women’s group

December 13, 2018 by  

The Steppingstone’s Project EdNA has been awarded $4,450 by the Fall River Women’s Union. Project EdNA enables women who are being treated at Steppingstone to access workforce development programs in order to find meaningful jobs.

The Center for [Read more]

New leaders join Fall River company

November 7, 2018 by  

Two new employees have recently been appointed to leadership positions at People Incorporated in Fall River.

The role of vice [Read more]

Seasonal feast held at agricultural high school

October 3, 2018 by  

The Farm to Table Feast was recently held for the second year on the grounds of the Bristol Agricultural High School and hosted by the Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation, Inc. As the school serves residents and students of [Read more]

Fall River students encouraged to highlight their entrepreneurial spirit

September 25, 2018 by  

Local businesses have teamed up with Robert Kraft and the Patriot Foundation to enable Marquis Taylor to create Coaching for Change (C4C) in Taunton. He has since expanded it to the City of Fall River.

The program trains teachers so [Read more]

Fall River program improves academic skills of students

August 4, 2018 by  

The Power Scholars program recently got underway at the YMCA in Fall River.

It was organized by [Read more]

Fall River waterfront hosts special festival

July 1, 2018 by  

The Waterfront Art and Music Festival was recently held in Fall River and was attended by many in the area despite the rainy weather, which saw the arts and music moved indoors. Events were held inside the Visitor Center.

Co-founder of the [Read more]

Emergency medical personnel given special recognition in Fall River

June 24, 2018 by  

During National EMS Week, there was a ceremony at One Government Center in Fall River to honor those women and men for their service in saving lives in the city.

John Lynch, Fire Chief for [Read more]

New streetscape banners with city and business logos to grace Fall River

May 15, 2018 by  

The city of Fall River is now looking to local companies to produce banners as part of its efforts to promote its designation as an All-American City.

Having once used Community Showcase Banners based in Rochester, New York, the city is soliciting quotes from [Read more]

Fall River has new plan to keep the city clean

April 15, 2018 by  

An amendment to the city ordinance of Fall River was recently given preliminary approval by the City Council that would allow vehicles to be towed or tagged as part of [Read more]

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