Chatting with host Jack Spillane, the city councilor at-large discussed his dedication to constituent services, his moderate positions on most issues and whether he would consider running for mayor.
Education reporter Colin Hogan joined Adam Reilly on Talking Politics on GBH News, along with political scientist Shannon Jenkins of UMass Dartmouth, to discuss why book bans have become a […]
The state representative spent time with host Jack Spillane discussing his priorities as he represents some of the lowest-income neighborhoods in the central part of the city.
Jack Spillane sits down with four of these students, as well as one of their mothers, to talk about LGBTQ+ life at the high school and concerns as to whether the city’s school resource officers will keep these kids safe, given the police union’s endorsement of the newly elected Ward 3 councilor, Shawn Oliver.
Join longtime New Bedford political writer Jack Spillane as he interviews the candidates during a special edition of The Chat on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m.
How did our politics become so polarized? Dr. Shannon Jenkins, longtime political scientist at UMass Dartmouth and a member of the Dartmouth School Committee, joins New Bedford Light columnist Jack Spillane to talk about the deep cultural rifts that shape today’s politics — from local communities to our divided nation.
The Supreme Court has not yet issued its ruling in the case challenging the 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationally, but the draft opinion obtained by Politico shows a majority vote to strike it down.
In no small measure, Donald Trump contributed to the crisis in Ukraine by his actions and inactions during and after his presidency. By enabling Vladimir Putin to pursue his personal […]
I fully support the Common Start legislation currently making its way through the Massachusetts State House. That legislation will provide livable wages to the childcare workers who do such important […]
Once again, Jack Spillane of the New Bedford Light, has written an important article that sheds light on the travesty of justice that just took place in our neighboring town of […]