Inspector Back On The Job After Fall River Pool DeathAn inspector, who was fired for failing to notice a body at the bottom of a Fall River swimming pool, is back on the job.
Fall River Pool Reopens Year After Murky-Water DrowningA Massachusetts swimming pool where a woman drowned in murky water and her body went unnoticed for days has reopened.
Fall River Pool Reopening After Woman's DrowningThe Fall River pool where a woman drowned last year reopens this weekend.
Changes Made At State-Run Pools After Death In Fall RiverMassachusetts officials say they will not be opening the slides at state-run pools this summer.
Charges Expected To Be Filed In Connection With Fall River Pool DeathThe state plans to file criminal charges against two former DCR employees who were in charge of a state-run pool in Fall River where a woman drowned this summer.
Ex-DCR Workers Won't Be Charged In Fall River Pool DeathTwo men in charge of a DCR swimming pool in Fall River where a woman died over the summer will not face criminal charges, a judge ruled Wednesday.
DA Wants State Pools To Be Subject To Public Health InspectionsBristol County DA Sam Sutter wants all state pools to be subject to inspections by the Department of Public Health.
DA: 2 Workers To Be Charged In Fall River Pool DeathCriminal charges are forthcoming in the drowning death of a woman at a public swimming pool in Fall River, the Bristol County District Attorney's office announced Monday.
Fall River Pool Where Woman Drowned Now Closed For The SummerThe Fall River pool where a woman died earlier this summer will remain closed for the rest of the summer.
Workers Lose Jobs After Fall River Pool DeathThree people have lost their jobs after a body went unnoticed for more than two days at the bottom of a state-run swimming pool in Fall River last month.
Fall River Pool Drained Nearly Three Weeks After DrowningThe pool has been closed since the body of 36-year-old Marie Joseph was found floating on the surface.
Inspectors Face Hearing Over Body In Fall River PoolTwo Massachusetts health inspectors are scheduled to go before a disciplinary board to explain why they didn't shut down a public pool where a woman's body may have gone unnoticed for more than two days.