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]

Microbrewery to open in Fall River

March 14, 2018 by  

Canned Heat Craft Beer Co. of Fall River recently received provisional approval from the licensing board of the city to open a microbrewery.

Named after the [Read more]

Tiverton becomes home to new bakery

February 10, 2018 by  

CRUMBelievable Bakery, co-owned by Amanda Manville and Jeff McDonald, recently opened in Tiverton, Rhode Island, serving cinnamon rolls fresh out of the oven that people from nearby Fall River will no doubt want to make the short journey to try.

Other staples of [Read more]

Drainage in Fall River to be improved by grant money

January 11, 2018 by  

The Federal and Massachusetts Emergency Management Agencies (MEMA) recently awarded the city of Fall River a grant of $5,468,642 for the construction of improvements to the drainage system on [Read more]

Business workshops to be held for entrepreneurs

December 8, 2017 by  

Two basic workshops with the goal to help existing and potential entrepreneurs in their business endeavors will be held in Fall River later this month.

The workshops are hosted by [Read more]

Social-emotional learning is focus for regional conference

November 20, 2017 by  

The Southcoast Education Summit was recently held at the Somerset Berkley Regional High School, where over 220 educators from the region spent the day in workshops focusing on the topic of social-emotional learning.

The Education Committee of [Read more]

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