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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
Fur, Fins and Feathers: Christmas shopping for your pets

Whether it's a winter sweater that'll keep your dog snug and warm, a catnip toy that will bring your feline friend hours of pleasure, or a toy that will have your feathered friend swinging on a perch for hours, every treasured pet should be remembered during this special season with a little gift or two. According to a recent petMD poll, 86 percent of readers said they would be buying a present for their pet for the holidays.

"A place where people can get away from the noises of the world"

Bishop Sean Patrick O'Malley of the Fall River Diocese, now the bishop and cardinal of the archdiocese of Boston, called it "an indication of how much people wanted reopened." "This is a place of pilgrimage where people can get away from the noises of the world and be close to God," he said. The chapel is located right in the heart of downtown New Bedford.

Saint Anne's Hospital earns 'Top Hospital' national award

FALL RIVER - In recognition of its nationally recognized achievements in patient safety and quality, Saint Anne's Hospital has been named one of 44 Top General Hospitals in the United States by The Leapfrog Group.   Announced today, the Leapfrog Top Hospital award is widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive honors American hospitals can receive.

Fall River teachers showing up in big way

Attendance isn't only good for students, it's also good for teachers. This year, teachers in the city's public schools are setting a strong example for their students by showing up day after day, month after month.

SouthCoast clergyman helps mark Pearl Harbor anniversary

The Rev. Robert Lawrence, a Christian clergyman in Greater Fall River for more than 60 years, said prayers during a service commemorating the attack on Pearl Harbor on Thursday at 7:55 a.m. Hawaii-Aleutian time and was asked to preside later in the morning over an interfaith service of spiritual leaders representing Judaism, Shinto, Buddhism, Hindus and Muslims.

Man charged with rapes at city nursing home was LPN

A 57-year-old Fall River man is facing rape charges involving residents at a nursing home in New Bedford where he worked as a licensed practical nurse, according to court documents. Jacob King is charged with three counts of rape related to incidents involving two victims at the Savoy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on County Street, according to Megan Borges, a spokeswoman for Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III.

Man convicted of manslaughter for fatally neglecting mother

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Overnight winds leave 1,200 without power across Eastern Mass.

Some 1200 customers were without power early Wednesday, the result of powerful winds that reached 62 miles per hour in the Blue Hills while knocking down trees and power lines across Eastern Massachusetts. The Blue Hills Observatory recorded 62 mile-an-hour gusts shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday, 55 miles an hour in Fall River just before midnight and 47 miles an hour in Fairhaven around 1 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

110 Grill opens in Fall River's SouthCoast Marketplace

The long-awaited opening of 110 Grill in Southcoast Marketplace is finally over and, so far, the response has been five stars, said General Manager Kim Wallace of the restaurant's friends and family invite-only day recently. A blazing firepit in the patio at the entrance is customers' first impression of the new restaurant.

South Coast Community Chorale gearing up for 20th anniversary winter concert

The South Coast Community Chorale presents its 20th anniversary winter concert Dec. 17, 2 p.m., at St. Bernadette's Parish, 529 Eastern Ave, Fall River. The performance will include highlights from Handel's "Messiah," Pergolesi's "Magnificat," "A Musicological Journey Through the Twelve Days of Christmas," Irving Berlin's "Christmas" and many other Christmas and classical favorites, according to a news release.

New hearing ordered for man in 1999 grandmother slaying

A Massachusetts man convicted of raping and killing a 66-year-old grandmother in her Rhode Island home in 1999 will get a chance to argue for his life sentence to be overturned. Jeremy Motyka's lawyer had argued his client's bid for post-conviction relief was wrongly dismissed in Superior Court without an evidentiary hearing.

Once a troubled vet, he now helps others

NEW BEDFORD - After a year-long tour in Iraq about a decade ago when he was 27, Jerome Musco had to come to terms with getting help before realizing how he could help others. It took going through a dark period in his life of drinking, running into trouble with the law and having to resign from the Providence Police Department to help get him on the right track.

Westport selectmen delay vote on marijuana proposals

Two medical marijuana proposals came forward at last week's Westport Selectmen meeting and both local-based companies asked for a letter of approval or non-opposition toward development of a facility on State Road. But, the results were the same: Selectmen delayed action on both proposals until it has a full board.

Wind Beneath Their Wings: Cathy Assad, 'Godmother of the Flint,'...

When I was a little kid, we'd go to my Auntie Catherine's church in Fall River for special occasions. Easter, say.

Free conference on Portuguese migration, labor opens Sunday

Part of a project funded by the European Research Council, the conference includes visits to historical sites, museum exhibits, archives and other attractions in Dartmouth, Fall River, New Bedford and Lowell. Talks and guided tours, all free and open to the public, will examine the waves of migrant laborers in textile and other manufacturing mills in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Hix Bridge work leads to discovery of submerged car

Town officials in recent months have commended the state Department of Transportation for undertaking a repair project at no cost to the town. Town officials, local river-goers and possibly one car owner have more reason to be thankful: A state DOT dive team construction worker recently discovered a 1996 Volkswagen submerged 10 feet beneath the surface of the Westport River.

SouthCoasters heading to Boston to rally against animal abuse

Odie's Place Animal Rescue and fellow "animal lovers" plan to rally from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Statehouse. It's the second "Justice for the Animals No Excuse for Animal Abuse Rally."

Spindle City Ballet presents The Nutcracker

Spindle City Ballet will be presenting its lively holiday classic production of "The Nutcracker" on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. at Bristol Community College in Fall River. The professional company will be supported by a cast of 30 local children, transporting audiences through a magical journey of dancing soldiers and swirling snowflakes to the magical Land of the Sweets.

Lauren Daley's picks for holiday shows in SouthCoast

We've got about 32 days left to this year, and you've got least five holiday shows to see before the ball drops. Kick off December tomorrow night at "Fine Winter's Night"- a concert of original and traditional Irish tunes with Boston-based Celtic musicians Matt and Shannon Heaton.

Westport hikers envision trail to the future

Town resident Gail Roderigues remembers taking short vacations to Cape Cod when her kids were younger. She and her family biked along the Cape's scenic routes during those quick getaways.

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