• FRCMedia Closed Week of July 23rd

    The FRCMedia studio and offices will be closed ffrom July 23 to July 27  to accommodate construction work at Bristol Community College.

     

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  • FRCMedia News -- July 5, 2018

    This week’s stories include a city carnival, an update on Fall River’s water supply issues, and a look at the local chapter of Toastmasters International.

     

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Tuesday, July 17th

Farmer’s Market Coupon Give-A-Way

July 16

Press Release Fall River Council on Aging July 26, 2918 – Farmer’s Market Coupons for Fall River residents will be distributed on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at the Fall River North End Senior Center located at 101 President Ave. more

Latest Hot Jobs List

July 16

Here is the latest Hot Jobs List for the week of July 16th. For more information about these, or any other position, call the Fall River Carer Center at (508) 730-5000. HotJobs – Fall River more

It’s “Hats Galore” At Heritage State Park

July 13

As part of its summer activity program, Heritage State Park in Fall River is offering visitors the chance to make their own unique hat creation. Here’s more more