Hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan discuss our recent joint investigation with ProPublica into foreign private equity’s grip on the waterfront
Jack Spillane appeared on WBSM’s Town Square Sunday on July 24 to discuss his recent columns, including one on the Star Store, which houses UMass Dartmouth’s College of Visual and […]
Jack Spillane discusses his recent Chat session on the lack of abortion services around New Bedford, the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants on WBSM’s TownSquare Sunday […]
Jack Spillane joins Jim Phillips on WBSM’s Townsquare Sunday on June 12, 2022, to discuss the Light’s one-year anniversary, as well as Jack’s columns on PCB pollution in the Acushnet […]
Jack Spillane joins Jim Phillips on WBSM’s TownSquare Sunday to discuss the efforts to improve elementary school playgrounds across New Bedford, as well as the struggles of the Pocasset Tribe […]
New Bedford Light columnist Jack Spillane joined Jim Phillips on WBSM’s Townsquare Sunday show to break down the Dartmouth Indians controversy following a vote by the school committee to keep […]
Jack Spillane appears on WBSM Radio’s Townsquare Sunday on April 24 to discuss the controversial Dartmouth High logo and nickname, parking controversy at Noah’s Place Playground on Pope’s Island, the […]
Jack Spillane appears on WBSM Radio’s Townsquare Sunday on March 20 to discuss the New Bedford School District’s building plans with its pandemic relief funds, more divides between the city council and mayor on how to spend its own spending of those funds and a controversial school logo that has the town of Dartmouth divided.
Jack Spillane joins Jim Phillips on WBSM to discuss important New Bedford topics, from affordable housing, the spending of the city’s ARPA funds, driver licenses for undocumented women and the untold history of Cape Verdean women.
New Bedford Light columnist Jack Spillane discusses Keith Hovan, Mayor John Mitchell, the local Guatemalan immigrant population’s struggles to receive Covid aid, the new city council committee appointments, masks in city council chambers and a former fire chief who was allegedly scamming the city of money while out on disability.