“I encourage everyone over the next several days to stay vigilant and check on elderly neighbors, children, and those with health conditions that could put them at risk.” — New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell
Congress must listen to the voices that for nearly 30 years have consistently sounded the alarm about management schemes that privatize fishing rights, industrialize the ocean, and undermine our public commons.
“We as fishermen pour our hearts out to the (scallop leasing) committee. And they sit there with a straight face like they have already made their decision.” — Fishing Captain Justin Mello
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 […]
In the end, the School Committee narrowly followed the Defend Dartmouth demand to keep the logo, giving the nod by just a 3-1-1 vote with Shannon Jenkins the only member with the courage to stand up against the recall threat.
These government incentive-grants have enabled the preservation and reuse development of historic structures across the city for what New Bedford greatly needs right now — a larger and better-quality affordable housing stock.
Both local and national talk radio, along with powerful national cable television shows, pump out a constant stream of conspiracy stories about the vaccines and masks.
Dunn faces charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, leaving the scene of property damage and operating a motor vehicle negligently, following a downtown car crash.
Innovators Charter School is applying to open admissions for a regional school serving grades 6-12 in the fall of 2022. If approved, ICS would eventually enroll 735 students.
The governor is hoping people will use the free tests before gathering with friends and family for the holidays. About 75,000 tests are planned for distribution in New Bedford.