• Watch the Latest Episode of FRCMedia News

    FRCMedia launched its new television program FRCMedia News on Thursday


    Watch the latest episode on demand. 

  • Take the Charter Commission Survey

    The Fall River Charter Commission has created a survey asking residents their opinion on making changes to the city's founding document.


    You can lend your opinions by taking the survey through our website.

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City Council Committee On Ordinances & Legislation to Meet

January 19

Fall River’s City Council Committee On Ordinances & Legislation is slated to meet tonight at the council chambers at Government Center beginning at 5:30. Click her to see the full agenda. &nbsp more

Charter Commission Reaches Mission Statement

January 15

The Charter Commission, that has been meeting regularly since November, has decided on a mission statement. That from Chairman Mike Miozza, who shares the decision with FrcMedianews.org: It is the mission of the Fall River Charter more

Grant Monies Paid For BCC Books By Minority Authors

January 13

Thanks to grant monies received by Bristol Community College, new books by minority fiction and poetry award winners & notable books, are now available at the 777 Elsbree Street campus. According to Coordinator of Library Reference and more

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