• FRCMedia News- February 23, 2017

    Welcome to the latest edition of FRCMedia News.

     

    On this week's show, a Fall River City Councillor gives his thoughts on the city's marketing campaign and we talk to the fire department about the potential dangers of using space heaters.

     

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  • Postseason College Basketball on FRCMedia

    The Bristol Community College Bayhawks men's basketball team is preparing for postseason play.

     

    Join FRCMedia as we provide exclusive coverage of the team's run through the Massachusetts Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) and NJCAA Region XII Tournaments.

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Freezers For Fall River

February 27

Low income residents in Fall River can now enjoy a well balanced diet all year long, thanks to a $10 thousand dollar grant awarded to the city by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. The money will be used by area food pantries to purchase frozen more

Fall River Fire Destroys Building

February 27

Yet another blaze erupted in Fall River, this one destroying a clothing store called “Vibe” at 272 South Main Street early Sunday evening. According to Fire Department reports, the building sustained heavy damage; a blackened more

Council Subcommittee Agenda

February 24

The Fall River City Council Committee on Ordinance & Legislation meeting will take place Monday, February 27th. The following is the agenda for the session that will begin at 5:15 p.m. at Government Center: Agenda more