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Born in New Bedford in 1990, I grew up with something of a flair for performing. Whether it was high school performances, college venues, or community theater, I was always looking for a way to satisfy the "acting bug." In 2007, I was introduced to WBSM through an internship from Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech, which provided me with a much more useful outlet for my creativity. Since 2008, I have worked in the WBSM newsroom, gathering news, covering stories, and relaying the happenings of the day to you. In 2011, I was given the reigns to the Saturday morning slot, where I enjoyed bringing local happenings and discussion to you for nearly two years. In early 2013, I introduced the Southcoast to "Mid-Day Live," a mid-afternoon program that led way to the "Taylor Cormier Show" that debuted in 2014. A variety of national and local topics are filtered through my views, logic, and humor each and every weekday from 12 to 3 p.m. Be sure to tune in and participate in the dialogue.
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No Charges Against Former Fall River Mayor, Report Concludes

The investigation is complete into allegations a city councillor made against the former mayor of Fall River.

Special Prosecutor William Connolly was appointed to the case after City Councillor Jasiel Correia claimed former Mayor William Flanagan threatened him by displaying a gun during a late night meeting last August

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Brockton Faces Casino Vote Tuesday

BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) _ City residents will decide the fate of a proposed $650 million resort casino for the Brockton Fairgrounds.

The southeastern Massachusetts city is holding a special election Tuesday on the proposal, which calls for a red brick casino complex housing a hotel, event space and restaurants.

Supporters s

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Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

New Charge For Convicted Murderer Aaron Hernandez

BOSTON (AP) _ Former New England Patriots player and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is facing another criminal charge: witness intimidation.

Hernandez was convicted last month of killing a man in June 2013. He also faces t

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Fall River Man Gets Life Sentence For Child Molestation

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ A former youth sports coach in Bristol has been sentenced to life in prison on child molestation charges.

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said Friday that 61-year-old Jesse Perry of Fall River, Massachusetts, was sentenced on two counts of first-degree child molestation and one count of second-degree child molestation. He also was ord

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Taylor Cormier/Townsquare Media

Fairhaven Fire Displaces Two Families

An afternoon house fire has displaced two families in Fairhaven.

The fire began around 2pm Thursday in a two-family, single-story home at 451 Sconticut Neck Road.

Tenant Jerome Wedge tells WBSM News he was watching television when he heard a crackling noise

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Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Are There Still Potholes On Your New Bedford Street? Report Them Here

New Bedford City workers have been hard at work filling the potholes caused by a record-setting winter, and they'll likely be doing that for much of this year.

Mayor Jon Mitchell says since the snow has stopped, City crews have filled nearly 7,000 potholes in City streets

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Warren Little/Getty Images

NFL Wells Report: Patriots Probably Deflated Balls

New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Ted Wells has completed his investigation into deflated footballs used by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game and concluded that team personnel deliberately tried to "circumvent the rules."

Wells, the NFL-appointed attorney who cond

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Jim Phillips / TSM - Social Workers protest caseload

Local Social Workers Demand More State Funding

Social workers in the Greater Fall River area held the first in a series of statewide pickets, spreading awareness of what they say is an underfunded field.

Members of SEIU Local 509 gathered in Fall River Tuesday, calling on the State Senate to increase the number of social workers by adding $29 million to the Department of Children and Families budget

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