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I read the article "Two months into term, Rebeiro makes no motions on council pay raise" with special attention.
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Concerned about the effect impending budget cuts will have on the town's senior citizens, two selectmen are pursuing the possibility of creating a new center for seniors in a former school building.
This prescription take-back drop box is in the lobby of the Gardner Police Station.
Henrique A. Raposo, 103, formerly of Dartmouth, MA, died peacefully at New Bedford Health Care Center surrounded by his family on Saturday, March 15, 2014.
Ernest Souza, 73, of Hawthorne, formerly of Waldwick passed away on February 5, 2014, while visiting his family in Atlanta.
Right now, it's just a muddy field of stumps and rocks but when the Friends of Buttonwood Park look at the rectangular field where they're building three new basketball courts, they can almost hear the kids who will be laughing and jousting in a game of three-on-three.
Charles Dickens would have loved New Bedford: "It was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness; it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair; we had everything before us, we had nothing before us," he writes at the beginning of "A Tale of Two Cities."
In June, the Charles W. Morgan will sail into New Bedford Harbor for the first time since Nov. 23, 1941.
AGUIAR: of Fairhaven, Friday, March 14, 2014, Matilda , 89. Wife of Manuel P. Aguiar.
When it comes to cleaning up a neighborhood, involving people as well as police is key, said a man who has been there and done that.
Former councilor-at-large candidate Ian Abreu says he suspects incumbent city councilors have torpedoed his appointment to the Historical Commission because of bitter feelings over his hard-fought election campaigns against them.
I would like to address Brian Martins' article on March 4 regarding absentee landlords .
Some 50 carpenters picketed against New Bedford-based contractor Commercial Drywall and Construction today, protesting against what they say are low wages and paltry benefits the company is paying workers on a Hawthorn Medical Associates job.
City on a Hill charter school officials said Thursday that they will offer seats to all 128 students who applied to the school which plans to open this fall.