Celebrating Central Falls' WomenRead more
James Diossa joins 225 Mayors in Amicus Brief urging U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the Freedom to Marry
Mayor Diossa to U.S. Supreme Court: Make marriage equality the law of the land.Read more
March 5, 2015
Central Falls, RI – A swearing-in ceremony for the two newly elected members of the Central Falls City Council will be held onThursday, March 5 at 5 pm at City Hall. Councilwoman At –Large Carlene Fonseca and Ward 5 Councilman Ken Vaudreuil will be sworn in by Central Falls Probate Judge Bruce Sawyer in the City Council Chambers.Read more
BOSTON (Standard & Poor's) March 3, 2015--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said that it revised the outlook on its long-term rating on Central Falls, R.I.' general obligation (GO) bonds to positive from stable. Standard & Poor's also affirmed its 'BB' long-term rating on the bonds.Read more
Providence Journal: Central Falls Eagle Scout delivers national report in Washington as Somerset man did 67 years ago
By Donita Naylor
Journal Staff Writer
EAST PROVIDENCE — Eagle Scout Sebastian Zuleta, 17, of Central Falls, flew to Washington last week and met Speaker of the House John Boehner, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and both U.S. senators from Rhode Island.Read more
Central Falls, RI – A swearing-in ceremony for the new judge of the Central Falls Housing Court, Robert J. McConnell, will be held on Friday, February 27 at 3 pm at City Hall. Judge McConnell was appointed to the position by the City Council at their meeting on February 13. Mayor James Diossa will administer the oath of office during the afternoon ceremony.Read more
Central Falls indoor track coach Ernest Fennell, right, saw his 4x400 boys’ relay team place second at Saturday’s Rhode Island High School Indoor Track & Field Championships. The silver-winning group, which includes Tuery Galva, Sam Adolfo, Jailson Varela Sanches and Stive Mendes, will see if they duplicate their success at the New Englands, set for this coming Friday at Boston’s Reggie Lewis Center.
PROVIDENCE – Four juniors from Central Falls High came to Saturday’s Rhode Island Indoor Track & Field Championships in search of individual success.
Instead, Yeury Galva, Sam Adolfo, Jailson Varela Sanches and Stive Mendes pooled their talents together and produced a second-place finish in the 4x400 relay. Their time of 3:35.55 was barely two seconds off the winning pace set by North Kingstown.