Bryan began his career in radio as a WBSM intern in June 2006. Soon after, Bryan was hired on as a part-time reporter and occasional news anchor. He expanded his role at the station to include Saturday morning news anchor in 2010. Despite leaving this post in late 2012, he continues to cover local meetings and community events during the week. A graduate of UMASS Dartmouth, Bryan lives in New Bedford and enjoys travelling, talking sports, and the outdoors.
Officials Talk Jobs for Maritime Commerce Terminal
Local laborers and union representatives met Thursday in New Bedford to discuss job opportunities at the proposed South End Maritime Commerce Terminal. The $50 million dollar project is expected to take about 19 months to complete, and use union contractors and sub-contractors...
Fairhaven Plans Newtown Memorial Event
A fundraising event to benefit families and others affected by the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting is taking place in Fairhaven.
City Plans A New Park For Downtown
Residents and business owners got a final opportunity to weigh-in on plans to turn Custom House Square into a multi-use park. City officials and the Stoss Urban Landscaping group presented a conceptual drawing of the area to the public Tuesday night...
New Bedford Gathers to Remember Newtown Victims
Local residents trying to cope with Friday's tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, sought solace inside the walls of Grace Episcopal Church Monday night.
Financial Troubles Hit the “Z”
New Bedford's Zeiterion Theater is looking to the city for help. The City Council's Ordinance Committee heard from "Z" partners Tuesday, who are looking to bring in an outside entity to manage the maintenance of the city-owned theater. The "Z" had relied on state funding and priv…
Innovation School Supporters Show Strength at School Committee
Supporters of two Innovation School proposals took their case to the New Bedford School Committee Monday.
Voke Expansion Gets Approval From Final Member Community
Fairhaven Town Meeting voters gave the green light to a proposed expansion at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School. The estimated $17-point-1 million dollar project was accepted by state school building officials in October, and has already gotten approval from Dartmouth and…
New Bedford City Council Sends $2.5 Million to Schools
The City Council held a brief meeting right before its annual Tax Classification Hearing Monday.
New Bedford Sets 2013 Tax Rate
The average tax bill in New Bedford wont see much change after Monday's setting by the City Council of the annual tax rate. Businesses will a slight break for the second year in a row, with the commercial rate being set at $29.55 per thousand dollars of valuation...
School Committee Delays Vote on Innovation Schools
More time is needed before a vote on Innovation schools. That was the determination of New Bedford's School Committee Tuesday, which voted to postpone the decision from January 14th to a future date.