4 hrs ago
Banker & Tradesman
Community Good Works
Debbie Blais Real Estate, Grafton Suburban Credit Union, Savers Bank and more are featured in this week's roundup of banks and brokerages giving back to their communities.
11 hrs ago
Piranha Pond Pitch Party on Sept. 11
Ever want to see Shark Tank live? Here's your chance. On Sept. 11, local entrepreneurs will each receive five minutes to make a panel of investors understand and believe in their business vision and want to continue the conversation.
15 hrs ago
Race lets voters judge judgers of judges
As in the days of the old Solid South, whoever wins the Sept. 9 Democratic primary will be the next governor's councilor for southeastern Massachusetts.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
New Bedford Market Basket back in business with Arthur T. Demoulas
After a six-week rebellion by everyone from store management to shoppers, Market Basket stores across the region were back in business Thursday, including the one off Coggeshall Street.
UMass Dartmouth to open International Program in downtown Fall River
The city of Fall River is expecting an influx of college students in its downtown thanks to a decision by UMass Dartmouth to locate its international student program there.
Rockland Trust names Derek Quigley AVP and branch manager
Rockland Trust has appointed Derek Quigley as assistant vice president and branch manager of its Fall River Brayton Avenue Branch.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Scouts to seek new recruits at upcoming fair
Lebanon Cub Scout Pack 369 will be looking for new scouts for the upcoming year at the Lebanon Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept.
Authors to speak, sign books at UMass Dartmouth
The Boivin Center for French Language and Culture at UMass Dartmouth is gearing up for its first program of the fall semester, a talk by art historian Laura Morelli, author of "Made in France."
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Fall River man's dream business endures 91 years later
When Samuel Ehrenhaus opened his wallpaper business in 1923, never did he dream that 91 years later his company would evolve to become one of the largest and most respected wall covering and design centers in New England.
Hampton Inn Celebrates 25TH Anniversary
The Hampton Inn Westport-Fall River, adjacent to White's of Westport on State Road near the Fall River line, celebrated its 25th anniversary Aug. 18. Hotel guests, and past and current employees, celebrated in the lobby.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Somerset house fire likely caused by electrical malfunction
The fire that destroyed a single family home at 225 Alberta Avenue was likely caused by an electrical problem according to the state fire marshal's office.
Police Log: DUIs, Pot Found outside Cumberland Farms
DUIs Portsmouth Police charged Scott Douglas Pascua, 39, of 16 Cranston Ave., Newport, with driving under the influence and refusing a chemical test Aug. 18 at 2:24 a.m. Police said Pascua was stopped after reports of an erratic driver on East Main Road and an officer on patrol ultimately clocked him driving 69 mph in a 35 mph zone.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Police departments obtain millions in military equipment
Since 2006, law enforcement agencies in Bristol County have acquired more than $3 million in surplus equipment from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Pauline C. Carvalho
Born in Lakeville, the daughter of the late Antone P. and Mary Santos, she lived in New Bedford most of her life.
Car hits pedestrian in N. Dartmouth
A Fall River resident was hit by a car and injured early Monday on State Road near a North Dartmouth strip club.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Swansea man held in shooting death of woman, 23
A Swansea landscaper will answer to charges today in Fall River District Court that he shot and killed a young woman yesterday morning.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Today in SouthCoast
Family Sand Scuplture Festival Returning champion sculptors and children with pails alike will converge on Horseneck Beach in Westport to create and compete for glory, fun, and prizes.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
SouthCoast receives $97,530 in Massachusetts Cultural Council grants
The Massachusetts Cultural Council has awarded $97,530 in grants to seven local cultural councils, according to a press release from Sen. Michael Rodrigues' office.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Apollo Safety joins forces with Fall River Chamber to help veterans find work;
FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS The joint effort, called "Commitment to Valor-Jobs for Heroes", challenges to Fall River area business owners to commit to interviewing/hiring two or more veterans by the end of 2014.