• FRCMedia News- January 19, 2017

    Welcome to the latest edition of FRCMedia News.


    On this week's show, we examine the hiring success of Amazon in Fall River and we recap the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Breakfast at BCC


    Watch the show on demand.

  • Watch BCC's MLK Breakfast

    FRCMedia was on hand at the 17th Annual Bristol Community College Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Breakfast.


    You can watch the entire ceremony on demand.

  • Inauguration of Sheriff Thomas Hodgson

    Thomas Hodgson was inaugurated on January 4th for his fourth term as Bristol County Sheriff.


    Watch the entire ceremony on demand.

  • Bayhawks Basketball Returns

    FRCMedia will once again be the exclusive television home of Bristol Bayhawks basketball


    Find out more as we prepare to televise every men's and women's home games all season long.

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Friday, January 20th
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King Philips Mill Update

January 20

The King Philip Mill Complex considered one of the worst public safety sites in Fall River, is back in the news. According to State Representative Alan Silvia who also serves as the President of the Southend Neighborhood Association, eight more

Hot Dogs & Cool Cats

January 20

Here are the latest pets up for adoption at Forever Paws Animal Shelter located on 300 Lynwood Street in Fall River. For more information about these, and other dogs and cats that need a home, call the shelter at (508) 677- more

Mass In Motion To Hold Public Meeting

January 20

Mass in Motion – Fall River’s agency charged with preventing obesity through increased physical activity, and health eating – is holding a public meeting early next week. According to Executive Director Julianne Kelly, the more