Donna Motta

H.P. Lovecraft Event At Fall River Public Library

Donna Motta October 16, 2017 0

The creation of a graphic novel depicting the life of the famous novelist H.P. Lovecraft will be the topic of discussion Tuesday night, October 17th at the Fall River Public Library. FRC Media News

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Youth Candidate Forum Planned

Donna Motta October 10, 2017 Comments Off on Youth Candidate Forum Planned

Young people in Fall River will soon have the chance to meet the candidates running in the November 7th, 2017 final election face-to-face. The candidates are seeking seats for mayor, city council, and school

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Public Forum Date Set For New Durfee Project

Donna Motta October 6, 2017 Comments Off on Public Forum Date Set For New Durfee Project

A new B.M.C. Durfee High School is slated to be built on the same Elsbree Street location in Fall River. The construction of the proposed $260 million dollar project will only move forward if

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Latest Fall River Unemployment Figures

Donna Motta September 28, 2017 Comments Off on Latest Fall River Unemployment Figures

The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development recently released its latest unemployment figures. The statistics show that Fall River had a 6% unemployment rate in August, down one percentage point from July. According

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Calling All Fall River Veterans

Donna Motta September 27, 2017 Comments Off on Calling All Fall River Veterans

Fall River Director of Veterans’ Services Ray Hague is inviting all veterans to attend a fair at Government Center at the end of this week:  

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Bishop Connolly Helps Diverse Community

Donna Motta September 26, 2017 Comments Off on Bishop Connolly Helps Diverse Community

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Greater Fall River are reaching out to enroll diverse student populations with a special focus on traditionally under-served groups such as Latinos. The purpose behind the effort, is

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Dedication Of Rail Trail

Donna Motta September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Dedication Of Rail Trail

The Alfred J. Lima Quequchan River Rail Trail will be formally dedicated this weekend. Active Healthy Living Coordinator Janice Veloza says, events will cover a variety of topics, including the history associated with the

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Hurricane Preparedness Information

Donna Motta September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Hurricane Preparedness Information

Although Massachusetts has not been hard hit by hurricane activity, local officials are keeping an eye out for possible backlash from storms wreaking havoc across several states recently. FRC Media News spoke with Director

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Fall River Charter Question Update

Donna Motta September 20, 2017 Comments Off on Fall River Charter Question Update

As the City of Fall River’s final election draws closer, the ballot question asking voters whether they want to make changes to the antiquated City Charter has not yet been fully approved. The current

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Congressman Joe Kennedy Visits Fall River

Donna Motta September 18, 2017 Comments Off on Congressman Joe Kennedy Visits Fall River

Fall River’s anti-poverty agency had a visit recently from Massachusetts U.S. Congressman Joe Kennedy. Citizens For Citizens, Inc. officials welcomed the Congressman who toured the facility at 64 Griffin Street and to assure them

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