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RAW Haiti strives to make a difference

RAW Haiti strives to make a difference

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Fall River celebrates Fourth of July with a bang!

Fall River celebrates Fourth of July with a bang

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Fall River Mayor Will Flanagan and other city officials were on hand Friday at the dedication of a six-unit property on Eastern Avenue that will provide veterans housing.

Officials dedicate six units to veterans

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Ava Richard-Bryan gets a princess lesson from Miss Somerset Courtney Stern.

Miss Somerset's Princess Party

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Camron Silva navigates the ramps of the playground equipment just before the ribbon-cutting for the new inclusion playground at Kennedy Park.

Kennedy Park inclusion playground officially opens

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Brayton Award winner Michaela Gagne Hetzler has to make time during the festivities for her littlest cheerleader, her 3-week-old daughter, Gwenyth.

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Penny, the house cat at the Swansea Library, might have to check out due to an ADA violation accusation.

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Another of Jack Foley's favorites: "I was able to get ahead of the Romeiros, and set up a camera on a tripod above them for a different view of this annual pilgrimmage."At St. Joseph's Church, Romeiros make their way back to the streets of Fall River, headed to the next church on their list of Good Friday stops for prayer and reflection.

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#HeraldNews photographer Jack Foley shares his fave 2012 photos: "Interesting to look at, or through, and delicious as well." Sunstruck, this squash ring shows both its soft interior and the tasty browned bits around the outside.

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#BCC's Ashley Tillman with her two sons Jayden ,3, left, and Jaylon, 4, during a recent practice.

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In the cramped quarters of the bunkroom display aboard the USS Joseph P. Kennedy, the museum’s curator, Rich Angelini, tells former ambassador Jean Ann Kennedy Smith that her brother, Robert F. Kennedy, would’ve had a bunk just like those seen here.

Event on USS Kennedy honors woman who christened it

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The Rev. Robert Lawrence holds a photo of Russell Means, the late Native American activist and author who died Monday, taken on the day Means did a sermon at the First Congregational Church in Fall River about 20 years ago.

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Durfee culinary arts student Ciasha Blithe fills a bowl with chowder.

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Brothers Al, right, and Ed Smith join with Watson Elementary School students after donating a globe to each of the school’s classrooms.

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John Nunes is Fall River's new director of financial services and treasurer.

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Children’s Advocacy Center’s Board President Leslie Knowles and Vangy Auclair, development manager, talk in one of two new waiting rooms at the agency’s new site at 58 Arch St.

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This is the entrance to the Registry office in Fall River, where no hearing officer will be available for six weeks.

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Fall River Police Chief Daniel Racine talks about the new gunshot detection system that will be set up in Fall River in the next few months.

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Veterans Services Assistant Celeste Lachance and Veterans Agent Robert Sampson stand near the cupola of the old Mason Barney School, set up in Swansea’s new Veterans’ Memorial Green. The American flag will be raised at the green for Veterans Day.

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Mayor Will Flanagan presents “Low Price” Lenny Kaplan with a key to the city during a special ceremony at Government Center. Flanagan honored Kaplan for his dedication to the city and the Ms. Senior Sweetheart Pageant.

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St. John the Baptist Church, on St. John the Baptist Square in New Bedford, is labled as “the first Portuguese Catholic Church in North America” and was established 1871. The church closed recently.

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Diman's Tevin Cintron takes the first place stick at Wednesday's tri-meet against Bishop Connolly and Tri-County.

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A Doran School student is prepared for transport in a Swansea Ambulance Corps rescue vhiecle. About 24 students were aboard the bus when it was involved in a minor accident. None of the six to 10 students transported by rescue were thought to have suffered any serious injuries.

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Mike Ford, 47, of Mattapoisett, receives a sample of Backlash Belgian Blonde Ale from Maggie Foley, 26, of Boston-based Backlash Beer at the Battleship Brewfest at Battleship Cove on Sunday.

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A concrete section of outer wall is lowered by crane to workers waiting to secure it in place on the building site of Crossroads at 24.

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