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.
Superintendent Search Committee Holds First Meeting
The seven members of the New Bedford Superintendent Search Committee met at the Keith Middle School Monday.
New Bedford State Pier Topic of National Mayor’s Conference
Bringing more business and activities onto State Pier was the topic of a presentation Mayor Jon Mitchell gave at a Mayor's Conference in South Carolina last week.
Operation Clean Sweep Wraps Up Another Successful Year
Operation Clean Sweep is celebrating another successful year of beautifying New Bedford. About 50 volunteers and the Whaling City Clippers helped out Saturday morning for Clean Sweep's final event of the season in Ward Four.
State Report Out on New Bedford Schools [AUDIO]
State officials were at the New Bedford School Committee meeting Monday, giving their evaluation of the district's performance in the last school year.
New Solar Farm Law For Fairhaven
Fairhaven is moving forward with a measure to govern private solar farms in the town. Monday's Board of Selectmen meeting saw that body approve a draft version of a solar farm by-law. Selectman Brian Bowcock tells WBSM News that seeing Dartmouth's struggle with private solar development he…
Dartmouth Considering Stipends for Elected Officials
Some Dartmouth Select Board members are coming out in favor of stipends for town officials. Joe Michaud, Lara Stone and Michael Watson all support a Town Meeting article that would bring back the stipends, which were abolished in 2007 as the town faced crippling debt and service cuts.
Sutter and Keating Debate One Final Time
Congressman William Keating and District Attorney Sam Sutter sparred in a final debate Thursday on the UMASS Dartmouth campus.
Residents Weigh-In on Dog Parks
The movement to bring a dog park to New Bedford is picking up steam again. A City Council committee held its second meeting on the subject Wednesday, since being re-formed following a two year hiatus.
Route 140-Route 6 Intersection Hearing Draws Crowd
About 50 area residents gave state transportation officials an earful Tuesday as plans for a re-design of the Route 140-Route 6 intersection in New Bedford were presented.
City Council Overrides Veto On Pay Raises
A month after the original vote, the matter of City Council pay raises came full circle Thursday. The body voted to override a mayoral veto of the ordinance that would bump councilor salaries from just over 14-thousand dollars annually, to 21-thousand.