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Types of cargo: Salt, coal, scrap, limestone, aggregate, cobble stone, calcium chloride, steel products, forest products, copper, wind turbines, cranes, power plant components, generators, yachts, automobiles Turbine experience: Handled wind turbine components for turbines currently operating at Narraganset Bay commission as well as for three ... (more)
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Cyclists have a new sales and repair shop with Harbor Cycles, the newest addition to the hip downtown block with No Problemo at the corner.
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Florabell Sylvia, 94, of New Bedford died July 25, 2014 at St. Anne's Hospital after a brief illness.
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The board of directors of the Veterans' Transition House is seeking nominations for this year's Veteran of the Year Award.
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Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island has settled with the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office following allegations that it failed to protect personal and health information of more than 12,000 patients from the New Bedford area.
Understanding why hoarders stockpile things and what their collections mean to them is key to helping someone break the cycle of compulsive collecting, Lee Shuer said Thursday at a city-sponsored workshop on hoarding.
When children participating in the Trips for Kids summer program first come to its headquarters at the Victory Park Warming House, Bernadette Souza takes them to the pond at the side of the house, filled with fish and turtles.
Mel Larsen embraces Ella Antone as her friend, Pauline LeBlanc, looks on Wednesday in Fairhaven.
She will be cremated and her cremated remains will be scattered at sea. Arrangements are in the care of Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.
If you are considering college this fall, you can check out Bristol Community College's open house next Thursday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., at 800 Purchase St. downtown.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum's 2014 Portuguese Event Series, highlighting culture and history from the Azores, Madeira and mainland Portugal, will wrap up with three events.
When I received notice about the current exhibition at Gallery 65 on William, called simply "Water," I was hit with a sensation that was equal parts deja vu and ennui.
The house on the corner of Cottage and Elm streets has come a long way since it was abandoned nearly four years ago.
After a year of bitter criticism by some teachers who maintained they had little say in the changes taking place in the school district, Superintendent Pia Durkin is giving them a forum to be heard.
By News Staff firstname.lastname@example.org Two men were stabbed in an altercation at a New Bedford cafe Wednesday.
John K. Patys, 66, of Westport, died Saturday, July 5, 2014 unexpectedly. He was the husband of Doreen A. Patys and son of the late Michael and Louise Patys.
Constantine "Charles/Kosta" Arvanites of New Bedford, died on July 22, 2014 at Sacred Heart Home at the age of 84, following a courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:51 pm
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