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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

Zip Codes associated with fall river, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near fall river, massachusetts : Ocean Grove Somerset Bristol RI Tiverton RI

Fall River News
Kennedy: ACA repeal would have 'huge consequences'

With the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, under fire by President Donald Trump and some members of the Republican party, U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III is working to maintain access to affordable health insurance for the area's neediest residents.  Kennedy said the ACA, while "not perfect" is a necessity for the many people who need it to stay healthy.  Kennedy and State Rep. Patricia A. Haddad, D-Somerset, held a roundtable discussion at Charlton Memorial Hospital on Friday morning to talk with physicians, legislators, and agencies about the successes of the program, and the impact a repeal would have for local women, families, and senior citizens.  Kennedy said he left Washington 10 days ago and it was "unfortunate" that "very much is still unknown.

Fall River police arrest Taunton man in brass knuckle attack

Police arrested a Taunton man this week who witnesses said was armed with brass knuckles when he allegedly knocked someone unconscious during an early-morning fight in Fall River. Michael Larkin, 30, of 33 Jenna Circle, is also accused of punching another person, without brass knuckles, who tried to intervene in the fight, which occurred just after midnight Tuesday in the A-1 Pizza parking lot on Rhode Island Avenue, Fall River police Lt.

Students look to shine light on abuse and violence

A group of SouthCoast youth are taking abuses which normally happen in the shadows and shining spotlight on the issue. Si lence Theatrical Domestic Violence Showcase is a student-designed theatrical piece that will cover different aspects of violence and abuse to bring awareness to the topic.

Sobering lessons in suicide

That topic was front and center at the 2017 Safe School Summit, held Feb. 11 at Bristol Community College in Fall River. Sponsored by the Massachusetts Teachers Association Division of Training & Professional Learning and Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III, the summit offered a day of continuing education.

Jasmine Carpentier. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

FALL RIVER, M.A. The Fall River Police Department is seeking the public's help to help locate a teenager who has been missing for more than a week. Carpentier is described as a white female, about 4'11'' in height, with light brown hair, green eyes, and believed to be around 125 lbs.

Police: at least 2 men stole $90,000 worth of diapers

Police say 59-year-old Aubrey Bettis, of Providence, was supposed to drive a truckload of diapers from Pennsylvania to an Amazon distribution facility in Fall River, Mass. earlier this month.

An invitation to help preserve Somerset history

Please RSVP by contacting us. We have created a brand new group that is passionate about preserving historical structures and landmarks in Somerset.

Keep family busy during school vacation week

The following list includes just some of the school vacation week activities happening in SouthCoast. Do you know of more we should list? Send details to editor@chroniclenewsonline.com and we'll update the list on our website and Facebook page.

UMass Dartmouth business school expands

The New Bedford and Fall River chambers of commerce and UMass Dartmouth's expanded Charlton College Of Business will host the Business After Hours event on Thursday, Feb. 23, 5 to 7 p.m, at the site of the university's new business building.  The state-of-the-art, 22,000-square-foot building will provide the university with growth space to meet the needs of students and faculty now and in the future. The expansion of the Charlton College of Business building will offer the "best teaching and learning resources available," according to a news release.

State transportation officials brag ... about Braga Bridge work

FALL RIVER - Along with beating its project goals by more than six months, state transportation officials tout their partnership with Fall River for completing the Route 79/Braga Bridge Improvements Project with a broader achievement. "MassDOT coordinated closely with the city to ensure the final design helped the community realize its goals of a vibrant public space supporting tourism, arts, recreation and local businesses," the Massachusetts Department of Transportation said in a recent summary.

Trial of retired New Bedford canine officer continued until March 13

FALL RIVER - Sexual assault charges involving a child against a retired New Bedford police officer were continued Monday until March 13 for trial, according to the Bristol County District Attorney's office. The charges against Jean Gomes, 60, were continued in Superior Court, according to Gregg Miliote, a spokesman for Bristol County DA Thomas M. Quinn III.

Immigration meeting in Hyannis addresses concerns Updated at

A turnout of about 200 for a session on immigrants' rights in Hyannis last week provided visible evidence of the concern about immigration restrictions by the new Trump administration. Cape Cod immigrants of all ages, some with babies in tow, came to St. John Paul II High School last Thursday to hear straightforward and cautionary advice from lawyers from Catholic Social Services of Fall River, the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts and other legal aid organizations.

Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe Beloved Fall River teacher dies in fire

A square frame of her daughter Christine Lomas as an infant, curled between Charette and her husband - their "Pumpkin Pie," born two months early. Christine as a little girl, beaming proudly over the first two babies her family adopted.

Nation's political condition prompts Dems to gather on SouthCoast

They cast a wide net, trading observations about what forms of protests work and which ones don't. But the common underlying theme is that Democrats will not sit on the sidelines and allow the president to run roughshod over them and the nation.

Church comforts grief-stricken families of those lost of addiction

On a sunny Sunday morning at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, a gathering song filled the air with a message that all were welcome. People weren't gathering in the South Dartmouth village of Padanaram just for regular service, but to form community, to heal, to cope with the heartache that substance abuse and addiction bring and to comfort the men and women, young and old, left behind to grieve.

Fall River woman dies after Globe Street fire

Fire companies were called out to 356 Globe St. at 4:30 a.m. Friday for a report of fire in an attic apartment and a woman trapped inside. The woman was found and brought out alive.

Your View: Steps taken to stem tide of opioid addiction

The latest figures are grim: State Police preliminary estimates show deaths by opioid overdose in Massachusetts in 2016 once again rose by a double digit percentage. The bad news comes with disturbing new details - the street price of heroin is dropping, even as the strength and danger of the drug grow thanks to the increasing use of the cheap and powerful additive fentanyl.

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