• FRCMedia News -- November 16, 2017

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    Our stories this week include the business community’s reaction to changes in Fall River’s property tax rates, the water department’s on-going repairs to city water pipes, and the creation of a book to honor World War II veterans.  


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World War II Veterans Honored

November 17

The Fall River Herald News and Reverend Dr. Robert Lawrence are working on a book project to honor local veterans who served during World War II. Reverend Lawrence met with FRC Media News recently to give us the project details: &nbsp more

Fall River Public School Safety Update

November 16

One goal of School Superintendent Matt Malone is to insure that Fall River Public Schools buildings are safe for students, teachers, administrators, and visitors. Vigilant steps to make sure this goal is met is being carried out by Joseph more

Business Community Gives Thumbs Up To Tax Rate

November 16

The Fall River City Council has set the Property Tax Rates for Fiscal Year 2018 shifting more of the burden to residents than commercial business. FRC Media News spoke with Rob Mellion, President and CEO of the Bristol County Chamber of more