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  • Diman students leave a gift of warmth in Kennedy Park

    t was nearly 50 degrees out Tuesday at 1 p.m., with sunshine. But you can get cold standing around outside in that kind of temperature, and it’s December in Massachusetts, so the 50 degrees wasn’t going to last. (12/20/17)

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  • Diman students collect 1,000 toys for donation to Citizens for Citizens

    The annual toy giveaway at Citizens for Citizens is a big deal, and not just because it’s a display of the Christmas spirit. (12/18/17)

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  • Diman to start compiling plan for rebuilding or renovating school

    Diman Regional was told to start thinking about its future. It now has 270 days to make those thoughts clear. The Massachusetts School Building Authority invited Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School to put together a plan for either rebuilding or renovating the school. (12/18/17)

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  • Our View: Diman needs to succeed

    Most older people remember when you could do a lot to your car’s engine with a set of socket wrenches and a timing light. Ah carburetor, we hardly knew ye! (12/18/17)

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  • Diman students complete shelves for Swansea Police

    Students at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School completed and delivered shelving that will be used to store medical supplies at the Swansea Police Headquarters. Eight of the students led by instructors Donald Travers and Cory Luz brought the shelving to te headquarters Friday morning with Swansea Representative on the Diman School Committee, Jeffrey Begin and Officer Donald Dibiasio, Somerset’s representative on the Diman Committee, present. (11/27/17)

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  • Diman keeps its tiger

    Not to worry, Diman Bengals, the tiger is here to stay. But wouldn’t it be nice for the tiger to have a few more colors in its wardrobe?

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  • UMass, Diman student works on display in Fall River

    The Staircase Galleries at Government Center in Fall River is hosting an event Thursday for the “Fall River Portraits: Making Things and Nature in the City” exhibit. The public is invited to the opening, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the center lobby with refreshments served. (11/15/17)

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  • Diman gets $500,000 to support emerging technologies

    he world of work is getting smaller, much smaller, Thomas Aubin said. Workers in 10 or 15 years will have to be adept at the needs of nanotechnology, making the machines and tools to operate robots that will require a microscope to see. They will have to make objects with such precision that one ten thousands of an inch is sloppy. (10/18/17)

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  • Diman Foundation and Diman partner to fund sports field improvement

    At a brief ceremony on Diman’s football/soccer field, Diman Bengal Education Foundation officials presented a $12,000 check to assist with renovation of Diman’s main sports field. The field is expected to be ready for use before the end of the football season, according to the company that is doing the work: Sports Turf Specialties. (8/31/17)

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  • Diman hosts first-ever culinary wellness camp for kids

    Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School’s five-day culinary camp is designed to help kids make healthier choices and learn about what’s going in their food, said culinary arts instructor Scott Botelho. (8/8/17)

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