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It would be hard to design a less attractive advertisement for democracy than New Bedford's Ward 3 Precinct A polling station.The rain-drenched American flag that... [Read More]
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Even if you're a true journalism nerd and get excited over redesigns and planning meetings, the story of why we're just getting around to reviewing... [Read More]
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By Lauren DaleyContributing writerHowdy, music fans. Aside from our staple SouthCoast music venues and concert series, today I want to highlight two unique concerts coming... [Read More]
People Acting in Community Endeavors, Inc. will receive a Head Start State Supplemental Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) for... [Read More]
NEW BEDFORD — Six people were arrested and 100 grams of marijuana, cocaine and a loaded handgun were seized Tuesday night, following an investigation into street-level drug... [Read More]
WESTPORT — New transfer station passes will be available beginning Monday at the Board of Health office, Town Hall Annex, 856 Main Road. The sticker costs $35.... [Read More]
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NEW BEDFORD — Two UMass Dartmouth graduate students carried laundry baskets full of books through the front door of Holy Family-Holy Name School which doesn't have... [Read More]
Selectmen have signed a 34-article warrant for the May 8 town meeting that will feature a $25.6 million FY2018 budget. Town Administrator Michael Gagne said the... [Read More]
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Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who retired after last season, was in Swansea Wednesday night for a UMass Dartmouth fundraiser at the Venus... [Read More]
Imagine watching an NFL game and the Patriots score a touchdown and then get the ball back for the next series.That's what the New Bedford... [Read More]
The New Bedford Police Department will no longer release the circumstances of suspected fatal overdoses in the city, according to Police Chief Joseph C. Cordeiro.The... [Read More]
Bristol Community College staff and students rallied Wednesday in Fall River and New Bedford to push for higher-education funding in the state budget.The House budget... [Read More]
The city's public school system will receive a $10,000 leadership award Thursday in recognition of its effort to serve in-class breakfast, a change believed to... [Read More]
NEW BEDFORD — Three days after Wareham placed a temporary moratorium on recreational marijuana retailers, the debate will swing into the chambers of New Bedford's City... [Read More]
DARTMOUTH — Torrid, a plus-size fashion store for women, is slated to have its grand opening Saturday morning at the Dartmouth Mall, with more new stores... [Read More]
Tabor Academy welcomed 120 Special Olympics athletes on Wednesday for the second annual day of service with Special Olympics. The School Day Games paired students... [Read More]
ACUSHNET — Buzzards Bay Coalition partnered with the P.J. Keating Co. to permanently protect 21 acres, dubbed P.J. Keating Woods, along South Main Street in Acushnet."They... [Read More]
NEW BEDFORD — Saying he and his family "are thrilled to be moving forward in a positive way as we continue to focus on the growth... [Read More]
Worried about the future, and the cost, of higher education, Bristol Community College students and faculty rallied against proposed state budget cuts and tuition increases... [Read More]
NEW BEDFORD — Seven city residents were arrested Monday night as part of an investigation into a cocaine distribution service being operated out of a North Front... [Read More]
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