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An iconic Martha's Vineyard lighthouse has begun its gradual move from its rapidly eroding cliffside perch.

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New Bedford Police are searching for a suspect in connection with an attempted robbery.

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Iconic Martha’s Vineyard Lighthouse On The Move

AQUINNAH, Mass. (AP) _ An iconic Martha's Vineyard lighthouse has begun its gradual move from its rapidly eroding cliffside perch.

Powerful hydraulic jacks inched the Gay Head Lighthouse roughly 5 feet along steel rails just before noon Thursday.

The 400-ton

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New Bedford Police
New Bedford Police

New Bedford Police Searching for Attempted Armed Robbery Suspect

New Bedford Police are searching for a suspect in connection with an attempted robbery.

Just before noon Thursday a hold up alarm was activated at the Royal 7 Food and Deli on Summer Street.

The man, armed with a knife, did not get any money after a struggle with the clerk

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Tom Thibodeau / Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images

Thibodeau Fired As Chicago Bulls Coach

The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Tom Thibodeau on Thursday.

Thibodeau spent the past five seasons as the team's head coach and
led the Bulls to a record of 255-139. Chicago reached the playoffs
in each of his five seasons and advanced as far the conference
finals in the spring of 2011 at the conclusion of his first year

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(left to right) Headmaster Bernadette Coelho, Dyllan Almeida, Rep. Keating, Patricia Dias, Carlos Rivera, and Superintendent Pia Durkin. (Jon Faria/ TSM)
(left to right) Headmaster Bernadette Coelho, Dyllan Almeida, Rep. Keating, Patricia Dias, Carlos Rivera, and Superintendent Pia Durkin. (Jon Faria/ TSM)

Rep. William Keating Recognizes NBHS Students

New Bedford High School is getting recognized for having some of the best students in the country.

Congressman William Keating visited the high school this morning to recognize three students for their recent achievements

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Battle Rope Fitness

Tired of dumbbells? You could throw a big rope around instead. Fox News reports "battle ropes," those large, heavy ropes that look like they could actually tether a ship to the shore, may be popping up soon in your local gym!

The ropes have long been used in training for sports like football, but have now gone mainstream

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Encourages Early Voting In Miami Beach
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One Person One Vote

The Supreme Court agreed this week to hear a case on who should be counted in determining election districts, which are created based on the "one person, one vote" principle. If the court sides with the plaintiffs in the case, two Texas voters, it could shift political power away from cities towards more rural areas, which would benefit Republicans

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97 Year Old Woman Takes Field Trip to White House [VIDEO]

Vivian Bailey grew up in the South during a time where segregation was second nature. As a result, she never had the opportunity to go on a field trip. "Only the white kids were allowed to," she said

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Steven Tyler / Getty Images

Steven Tyler Will Not Perform At New Jersey Strawberry Farm

Police have alerted residents of a New Jersey township that Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler will not be performing at a small pick-your-own strawberry farm.

NJ.com reports the rock star and ``American Idol'' judge was listed on concert websites ReverbNation and Eventful as performing a Saturday morning show at Windsor Farm & Market.

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Vandersluis, Facebook

New Bedford Man Arraigned In Break-In Case That Ended In a Car Crash

A New Bedford man pleads not guilty in Falmouth District Court to charges connected to an alleged break-in last year.

According to the Standard Times, 36-year-old Sage Vandersluis was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony, larceny, possession of a burglary tool, and destruction of property. He was ordered held on $5,000 bail.

Police allege Vandersluis broke into a home in Pocas

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