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.
New School Committee Member for New Bedford
Seven candidates tossed their hats into the ring for New Bedford's School Committee vacancy, but only one emerged victorious Monday.
New Bedford City Council Looking For Answers On School Spending
Four months after granting the School Department an extra $1 million in funding, New Bedford's City Council is asking, where is that money going?
Greater New Bedford Voke Tech Expansion Gets City Council Approval
A proposed expansion project at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School got the green light from the City Council's Finance Committee Wednesday.
New Bedford Applies For Multi-Million Dollar Urban Grant
The city of New Bedford is in the running for a five million dollar grand prize in a competition that's looking for innovative solutions to urban problems.
New Bedford Teachers and School District Agree To Three Year Deal
After months of negotiations, New Bedford teachers and the School Committee ratified a new educators contract Tuesday. The three-year deal is backdated to July 2011, when the previous agreement expired. Part of the contract includes new teacher evaluation language, where MCAS scores will be factored…
New Bedford Remembers Domestic Violence Victims
Residents held vigil in New Bedford Monday, to mark the beginning of National Domestic Violence Awareness month. Monday's ceremonies, organized by The Women's Center, saw the lighting of a tree next to City Hall, which will be illuminated for the month to remember victims of domestic abuse. Wareham …
New Brooklawn Park Playground Dedicated
A new play area has opened for Brooklawn Park's youngest visitors. City officials dedicated the new Brooklawn Playground and Splash-Pad over the weekend.
Katie Brienzo Memorial Walk Draws Hundreds in Fairhaven
Over 225 people took to the streets of North Fairhaven Saturday in memory of Katie Brienzo. The young Fairhaven resident worked as an advocate for the developmentally disabled.
Stakeholders Voice Concerns About Downtown Park Plans
The draft plans for a new park in downtown New Bedford met with mixed reviews at a public forum Monday.
School Committee and Teachers’ Union President Exchange Blows on Innovation Schools
New Bedford School Committee members joined the Taylor Cormier program on WBSM Saturday to discuss two innovation school proposals.