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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.
Len Coriaty, the 19-year executive director and CEO of the Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, will step down to take a position with a regional manufacturing initiative.
Firefighters at the scene did not know the identity of the owner of the Pretty Joe sailboat.
I live within eyesight of the Zeiterion Theatre. I attend many Z events and support it.
Wilks Library: Book club meets every third Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m.; Will host a monthly writers' group on the first Thursday of every month from 6-7 p.m. All writers welcome, no matter their experience.
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Two historic city buildings, the Seamen's Bethel and Mariners' Home on Johnny Cake Hill, are set to be restored.
Mark Turek/Trinity Rep Rachel Warren, as Nancy, leads "Oliver!" cast members in the rowdy drinking song, "Oom-Pah-Pah," in the musical production at Trinity Repertory Company in Providence.
In an effort to meet the needs of seniors, "Senior Scene" includes news items of interest to senior citizens as well as important information about senior centers and Councils on Aging within each of the communities in our region.
Dawn Blake Souza lives in New Bedford. she was part of a group applyng for a medicinal marijuana dispensary license in New Bedford.
In 1765, the Nantucket whaling merchant Joseph Rotch arrived in the village of Bedford of the Acushnet River with an investment decision to make.