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.
Posted inJack Spillane column
What’s worse for the waterfront: Carlos Rafael or the Brenninkmeijer family?
Crew exploitation, corporate dominance of the New Bedford fishery is more remote, less personal than the old waterfront, where the law was skirted and bad guys flourished.
Posted inCommunity Voices
Lens: Chilly morning on the New Bedford waterfront
You think it’s tough to shovel out a parking space after 10 inches of snow? Try unloading 40 tons of fresh-caught groundfish on the windy New Bedford waterfront.
Posted inWaterfront Development
Ships turn to New Bedford amid global supply chain crisis
Following recent renovations to State Pier, a four-year project funded by the Massachusetts Economic Development Council, New Bedford is primed to offload more vessels in the future.