Graduated Bridgewater State University in 2015 with a Communications Degree in Media Technology. I work in the news room with Taylor Cormier and Tim Weisberg, bringing you everything happening in New Bedford and the south coast. You can also catch me on the air hourly on Sunday mornings as I update you on what's breaking in the area. I first gained interest in working in radio during my final semester at BSU where I got the opportunity to intern for WEEI's Dennis & Callahan Show, my favorite show at the time. Ever since then I've worked in radio in a number of different roles, which has led me to a job I thoroughly enjoy, here at WBSM.
City Of New Bedford Holds 2018 Inaugural Cermony
The City of New Bedford's 2018 inauguration ceremony at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center on Monday night saw the swearing in of new and incumbent elected officials.
MBTA Providing Free Service For New Years Eve
New Year's Eve revelers can catch a free ride thanks to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
DA Quinn: ‘Execution Style’ Double Murders Premeditated
Prosecutors say Kercado committed October murders in New Bedford to prevent retaliation for a previous murder, to which he is believed to be connected.
B.C.C. To Develop Offshore Wind Energy Training Center
B.C.C. President Laura Douglas and Mayor Jon Mitchell announced the creation of an endowed faculty position, which will lead a program designed for education in the offshore wind.
Dartmouth Police Chief Robert Szala Announces Retirement
After serving Dartmouth for 34 years, Police Chief Robert Szala has officially penned his retirement letter to town officials.
Officials Discuss Plans To Reduce Traffic Around Dartmouth Mall
The Dartmouth Select Board announced its plans with MassDOT to improve to the busy intersection of State and Hathaway Road at Town Hall on Monday night.
Mass. State Police Warn Public Of Fraudulent Phone Call
Massachusetts State Police are warning citizens of a hoax phone call from a number that appears to be that of the Massachusetts State Police Headquarters.
Holocaust Survivor Alfrede Myerson Speaks At Normandin
Students and staff at Normandin Middle School welcomed Holocaust survivor Alfrede Myerson, who spoke about living in Germany as a Jewish teenager during the Holocaust.
New Bedford Man Pleads Guilty to Methamphetamine Charge
Alexander Gomes pleaded guilty today to one count of aiding and abetting the distribution of meth. U.S. District Court Judge Denise J. Casper scheduled sentencing for March 14, 2018.
Charlie Perry Announces Retirement From New Bedford Police
Longtime police officer and former mayoral candidate Charlie Perry announced his retirement from the New Bedford Police Department this afternoon on social media.