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Fall River is located in southern Massachusetts, along the eastern shore of Mount Hope Bay near the mouth of the Taunton River. The city was considered to be the leading textile manufacturing center in the United States during the 19th century, gaining Fall River national recognition. There is no textile industry in Fall River today, it made its mark in the shaping of the culture and landscape of the city. Fall river is home to Battleship cove, the world's largest collection of World War II naval vessels

Population: 91938
Local Newspapers: Fall River Herald News Standard-Times
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots
Local Colleges: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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Towns/Cities near fall river, massachusetts : Ocean Grove Somerset Bristol RI Tiverton RI

Fall River News
Southcoast Health Wellness Van sets out to help Hurricane Maria victims

NEW BEDFORD - Marializ Rodriguez, 31, visited the Southcoast Health Wellness Van parked Monday afternoon on South Second Street to sign up for health insurance. She came to New Bedford about two weeks ago after visiting her mother in New York and fleeing Puerto Rico.

Blind cat rescued from South Watuppa Pond's frozen surface

FALL RIVER – Brad and Lori Berube were sickened by what they saw out their window on the coldest day of the year. On the wind-whipped ice in the middle of the frozen South Watuppa Pond between Fall River and Westport, a small gray cat walked in circles.

Author talk and book signing with local author Filomena Tripp

New Bedford author Filomena Tripp will be in the Great Ponds Gallery at the Lakeville Public Library on Tuesday, February 6 at 6:00PM to discuss and sign her recently published memoir, "Invisible Courage." Ms. Tripp was born in 1955 with multiple birth defects and wasn't expected to live beyond her toddler years.

MA City Gets $900K to Retain, Hire FFs and Police

Jan. 19--Fall River will receive $916,000 in state grant money to retain or hire police officers and firefighters, and to pay for overtime expenses to help the city's police and fire departments maintain appropriate staffing levels. State officials announced Thursday that 14 municipal police and fire departments have received a total of $3.015 million in grants to maintain public safety and emergency response core services.

Making good choices; sheriff, inmate offer SouthCoast students powerful lesson

But before any of the ninth-graders from Atlantis Charter School in Fall River could say anything, Rocco stepped in and answered for them. Rocco was right; he is an inmate at the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth serving a 12-month sentence for domestic violence, and he was at Atlantis Tuesday morning and Holy Family Holy Name in New Bedford Wednesday morning to talk to students about the importance of making the right choices.

Got the winter doldrums? There's lost to look forward to

In the weeks following the holidays a bit the winter doldrums can set in, particularly in the regional art scene. Many of the local exhibition venues, including the Colo Colo Gallery and Gallery X take a month-long hiatus.

SouthCoast theater company goes for laughs in musical satire 'Urinetown'

Footlights Repertory Company presents the musical "Urinetown" Jan. 25 to 27 at Morton Middle School in Fall River. Premiering in 2001, the show is a comedy that satirizes the legal system, capitalism and social irresponsibility.

Fall River Police seek armed robbery suspect

Officers arrived on North Main Street on Saturday around 9:00 p.m., and met with the victim who said at first he thought it was all a joke. The victim was picking up a bag he had dropped as he was getting out of his car when the suspect approached him and said "it's your money or your life."

BCC MLK breakfast: 'We cannot let hate speech hide behind free speech'

Sharon Mazyck lit it up at the beginning of the annual Bristol Community College Martin Luther King Jr. Day Breakfast, pouring "Amazing Grace" into the room in a rich, full voice. On the day itself, it was a good way to begin the observance of this holiday, which remembers the man whose call for a color-blind America still rings in the ears of America.

WWII vet receives overdue military honors

A 92-year-old World War II veteran has been presented with military honors he earned during the war but never received. Willard D. "Bud" Voigt served in the 90th Infantry Division in France as part of the U.S. Army's engagement of German forces.

Filomena Tripp triumphs over disabilities; New Bedford author tells...

Don't even try telling Filomena Tripp she can't do something - chances are she's already done it and is working on her next goal. Born with three underdeveloped limbs, Tripp hopes to inspire others in her book, "Invisible Courage," released locally late last year.

A look back at 2017

As we head into 2018, it seems like a good time to look back at 2017 and revisit some of the issues I covered in columns last year. Speaking of the column, this coming August will be the 10-year anniversary of the first Bumpkin's Corner article.

Middleboro receives funding for park and recreation improvements

Twenty-two Massachusetts communities including Middleboro and Fall River will share in nearly $6.4 million in grant funding for parks and recreation improvements, the Baker-Polito Administration today announced. The grants, administered through the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs' Parkland Acquisitions and Renovations for Communities grant program and funded through the capital budget, will be used to help municipalities acquire nearly 30 acres of land, as well as develop or renovate other land for park and outdoor recreation purposes, a news release said.

Community's Bristol Aggie vote ruffles Taunton City Council

TAUNTON – City Council President Gerald Croteau says he doesn't have a problem with improving building conditions at Bristol County Agricultural High School. But he has a big problem with the vote taken Saturday at the Dighton school approving what will be a $104 million improvement project.

New Bedford City Council wants more debate on healthcare proposal

NEW BEDFORD - The City Council agreed to further debate the hotly debated topic of city employees' health Thursday night. After much discussion from the council, it voted 10-1 to send Mayor Jon Mitchell's request to approve Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32B, Section 21-23 to the Committee on Finance.

Anastasia opens tonight at Your Theatre

Anastasia by Marcelle Maurette and adapted by Guy Bolton, a drama recognizing the 100th year anniversary of the mystery surrounding the last surviving daughter of Czar Nicholas II of Russia will open on January 11. Directed by Your Theatre's Stephen R. Kay of Swansea, the play runs Thursdays through Saturdays, January 11-13 and 18-20 with matinees Sunday, January 14 and 21. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. for all performances except the 2:30 p.m. Sunday matinees. The cast includes: from New Bedford: Lucy Bly, Lee Bonia, Suzanne J. Houbre, Stephanie Paquette, Ian Vincent and Al Vitale.

Woman rescued in Fall River after falling into icy river

Fall River firefighters rescued a woman who fell off a pier and plunged into the bone-chilling waters of the Taunton River Wednesday night near a construction site, fire officials said. She fell off the Fall River City Pier, falling 10 feet into the Taunton River, which was frozen over, Fall River fire Captain Neil Furtado said.

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