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  • Kennedy rebuttal showed what Fall River can teach the country

    In the background behind the dais from where the congressman spoke, a motor vehicle, a Diman flag and automotive equipment operated by Diman students were showcased for the television cameras. “The students with us this evening in the auto-tech shop at Diman Regional Vocational Technical School carry on that rich legacy,” Kennedy said. (1/31/18)

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  • Rep. Kennedy highlights Fall River’s resilience, work ethic in rebuttal to President Trump

    U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III told a national audience Tuesday night that Fall River was “a fitting place to gather” and reflect on the State of the Union. “We are here in Fall River, Massachusetts — a proud American city, built by immigrants,” Kennedy said in the Democratic Party’s official response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address. (1/31/18)

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  • Diman community honored as ‘our vocational school’ goes on national display

    Faculty and staff, school committee members and alumni of Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School are proud that their school will provide the backdrop Tuesday night for U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy’s nationally televised response to the State of the Union address. (1/30/18)

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  • Rep. Kennedy will deliver State of the Union response from Diman

    When U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy offers the Democrats’ rebuttal to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, the message will be coming live from Fall River. Kennedy’s office announced on Thursday night that he would deliver the party’s response to Trump following Trump’s first State of the Union address Tuesday, Jan. 30. On Friday morning they said that response would come from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School. (1/26/18)

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  • Fall River company donates 3-D printer to Diman’s Machine Tool Technology program

    AA Precision Machine Co. and the Diman Bengal Education Foundation recently donated a 3-D printer to the Machine Tool Technology program at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School in memory of Brian David Levesque. Delivering the 3D printer were Arthur Arruda, of Diman’s class of 1956, founder of AA Precision Machine, and company owners William Bosse, class of 1990, and Jeffrey Arruda, class of 1992. (1/26/18)

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