• FRCMedia To Celebrate Free Speech Week

    FRCMedia is proud to participate in Free Speech Week this week.


    As part of the celebration FRCMedia will be providing LIVE coverage of the People's Debate tonight and the U.S. Presidential Forum Thursday.


    Follow the link to view the public service announcements FRCMedia produced for Fall River nonprofit organizations.

  • FRCMedia News- October 13, 2016

    On this week's edition of FRCMedia News we talk to the proponents and opponents of Question 4, legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.  We have an update on Fall River's recycling effforts and we spotlight the foster grandparents program.


    Watch this week's show on demand.

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Saturday, October 22nd
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Fall River Street Scape Project Full Speed Ahead

October 21

City planner Bill Kenney today told FRC Media News today that the mayor’s $10 million dollar Streetscape project that was recently approved by the Fall River City Council is beginning….today. Kenney says the city is soliciting more

Fall River’s Economy On The Upswing

October 21

Director of the Fall River Career Center Joe Viana is touting the decrease in state unemployment rates, while urging job seekers to get out their resumes and cover letters since prospective employers are looking to hire help now more than more

Bay State Unemployment Rate At All Time Low

October 20

The Massachusetts unemployment rate in September fell to 3.6 percent, its lowest level since June 2001. That from the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development which also reports that the unemployment rate in August was at 3.9 more