2 hrs ago
New Bedford Youth Ballet: Presents "A New England Nutcracker" through Dec. 15. Tickets $10 adults, $5 students, seniors and children, group rates for Non-Profit organizations available.
10 hrs ago
New album, Fall River show on horizon for Rosanne Cash
When you're the child of a famous musician, it can be hard to carve out your own musical identity.
15 hrs ago
Swansea Police Department collects food, gifts for homeless children
At the Swansea Police Department, they are collecting food, gifts and clothes for people, especially children, in the state's homeless program who are living at the Swansea Motor Inn, Super 8 Motel in Somerset and other motels in the area.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Westport students to take part in Hour of Code
The power of coding is bubbling up in some quarters in SouthCoast, with students gearing up for an Hour of Code at local colleges.
Police looking to identify body of woman found in Dartmouth
Police are trying to identify the body of a middle-aged woman who was found in the New Bedford Country Club Monday afternoon.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
AWOL sex offender sought, 2nd caught
U.S. Marshals are looking for a fugitive sex offender with ties to Haverhill and southern New Hampshire who has dropped out of sight after failing to register, while state police yesterday a announced the capture of a Fall River sex offender in California.
Paul O. Ferro
Paul O. Ferro, 84, of Dartmouth, passed away on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at St. Luke's Hospital.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Thank you letters from the community
I would like to thank the person or persons who was near the Rockland Bank in Fairhaven around 2:30 p.m. on Friday the 8th, that called 911 for my son who had a seizure.
Reviewer: Cut-paper artist's intricacies draw viewer in
What's black and white and read all over? One answer out of many: "A Cabinet of Wonders," an intriguing site-specific exhibition by cut-paper artist Randal Thurston.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Lauren Daley - BookLovers: Lees made its mark in books
Every year from kindergarten to fifth grade, my class participated in the Lees Market Easter egg and Halloween art contests.
Historic house plans holiday events
This month, in honor of its 40th anniversary, the Lafayette-Durfee Historical Foundation is inviting visitors in to experience life in 1776 and the colonial splendor of the holiday season.
Chorale plans cultural Christmas concert
The group's 17th annual Christmas concert - scheduled for Dec. 15, 2 p.m., at Fall River's Good Shepherd Parish, 1598 South Main St. - will feature "Magnificat," a piece by Baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka.
Toy distribution set for military families
On Saturday, Dec. 14, Operation Military Smiles will come to Fall River, giving active-duty military personnel and veterans a chance to pick out gifts for their little ones.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Thousands of Bristol County residents want boost in minimum wage
A grassroots effort to support raising the minimum wage has collected more than 6,000 signatures in New Bedford, and thousands more across other SouthCoast communities.
It wouldn't quite be Christmas in Fall River without some jingle bells, massive balloons and a rock-star arrival by Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Lauren Daley: Donna the Buffalo boasts big American sound
"The Herd," in case you don't know, is what you're a member of if you're a hardcore fan of Donna the Buffalo.
Slam X Hype
The Disgustingly Beautiful Frank Clegg English Briefcase
Each of the double gusset briefcases is built completely by hand in Fall River Massachusetts, using premium Harness Belting leather, Swiss-made RiRi zippers, and solid brass hardware.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Wanting to help keep foster children warm
The Teves family lives in a nice house in Somerset, has a couple of vehicles and father Kevin has a good job as a chief financial officer of a bank.
Norwood Hospital Earns 'A' Grade
Norwood Hospital was awarded an "A" grade in the Fall 2013 update to the Hospital Safety Score , which rates how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections.
Police News On SouthCoastToday.Com
A Nov. 22 story by Standard-Times police beat reporter Curt Brown detailed the investigation of a Dartmouth Police Department sergeant who has been placed on paid administrative leave while the subject of an internal investigation by the department.