• We're Number One!

    For the second time in ten years, FRCMedia has won the Overall Excellence Award from the Alliance for Community Media, a national organization that represents over 3,000 U.S. public, educational, and governmental access organizations and community media centers.  

     

  • Fall River History Lectures on Channel 95

     

    Throughout the month of August, we’ll be airing two series of Fall River Historical Society lectures on Channel 95.

     

    One series focuses on local history; the other examines the life and legend of Lizzie Borden.  Tune in and enjoy this interesting and informative material!

  • FRCMedia News -- September 13, 2018

    Our program this week features highlights of the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Patriots Playground at Maplewood Park and reports on Fall River’s Opioid Task Force and seasonal employment opportunities.

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Wednesday, September 19th

Free Group Meetings for Youth with a History of Trauma

September 19

The Justice Resource Institute will share strategies for self-regulation at an upcoming series of group meetings for boys and girls ages 8 to 12 with a history of trauma and their parents and caregivers. Titled Stop, Slow, Go, the series more

Telephone Scam Alert In Fall River

September 19

The Fall River Fire Department has released a press release to announce that telemarketers who call individuals soliciting donations for the department are scammers. According to Fire Chief John Lynch, no one at the fire department is more

Summer Street Scape Project Wrap Up

September 18

The ongoing street scape project taking place in downtown Fall River and the East End of the city is winding down, and should end by early October, as we hear in this report: &nbsp more