• FRCMedia News - June 22, 2017

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    This week’s stories include the status of Fall River’s FY2018 budget, the sale of the King Philip Mill complex, and an upcoming family concert at the Fall River Public Library. 


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Toastmaster Of The Year Named In Fall River

June 28

District 31 and Fall River Innovators Club of Toastmasters International is pleased to announce this year’s Toastmaster of the Year award winner, CJ Ferry, ACB, ALB of Fall River, MA. Mr. Ferry has been a member of Toastmasters more

First Step Inn Homeless Shelter Moves To New Location

June 28

The former Haddad Electronic Supply company building at 138 Durfee street in Fall River is the new location for First Step Inn, the agency that assists low income residents in the city. The official announcement concerning the move came more

Mayor Accepts City Employee Resignation

June 28

Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia II has accepted the resignation of the city’s substance abuse grants coordinator. Michael Aguiar, who was hand picked by Correia for the position that did not require city council approval, resigned more