BY PATRICK ANDERSON
PAWTUCKET, R.I. — Supporters of restoring commuter rail service to Pawtucket and Central Falls say a decade of planning work has brought them “halfway there” to the goal of a new train station serving the two cities.Read more
BY W. ZACHARY MALINOWSKI
CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. — Volunteers from Central Falls High School, which is closed due to the blizzard, were out in force on
Wednesday digging out driveways and sidewalks for elderly and disabled residents in the state’s most densely populated city.
Public Meeting to be held Thursday concerning potential Pawtucket/Central Falls Commuter Rail Station
This Thursday, January 22, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT), The City of Pawtucket and the City of Central Falls invite members of the community to attend a meeting to learn more about a potential Pawtucket/Central Falls commuter rail station.Read more
Central Falls, RI – On Sunday, January 18, 2015, at 3:00 PM. in Central Falls City Hall Council Chambers, Mayor James Diossa will swear in eight Central Falls High School students as part of the city’s second Central Falls Mayor’s Youth Council.Read more
CENTRAL FALLS - On Thursday, Jan. 15, from 6 to 6:30 p.m., Central Falls Mayor James Diossa will host the third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in the Central Falls City Council Chambers alongside city partners.Read more
By Gregory Smith and Amanda Milkovits
PROVIDENCE — He did not make the apprehension, but Central Falls Mayor James Diossa was instrumental in catching two suspected car thieves Wednesday.Read more
CENTRAL FALLS - With a focus on growing the economy, creating jobs and improving the city's business climate, Mayor James Diossa has issued an executive order creating the Central Falls Economic Development Task Force. Mayor Diossa has tasked the group with improving the business climate through innovative policy proposals and setting a clear agenda for economic growth in the city.Read more
Following the retirement announcement of Dr. Frances Gallo as Superintendent of Central Falls Public Schools, Mayor James Diossa issued the following statement:
“Dr. Gallo has been a mother to all of Central Falls' children. She changed the course of so many lives in our City. She is a passionate, committed and selfless visionary who gave her life to social justice and student empowerment. I will have much more to say in the coming days, but her leadership inspired me beyond words and she will be missed dearly."
In an effort to assist city residents braving the bitter cold, the Providence Journal reports that the City of Central Falls has opened a warming center from Wednesday through Saturday at the Forand Manor (30 Washington St).
CENTRAL FALLS, R.I.—On Wednesday, December 17, The Central Falls Fire Department received a fire prevention grant from FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial property insurers.Read more