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Local Firefighters Graduate From State Firefighting Academy
Five New Bedford firefighters were among the 33 graduates of the Massachusetts Firefight Academy's fire training program on Friday.
A total of 18 departments were represented in the graduating class.  The ceremony took place at the Department of fire Services in Stow, Mass...
Latin Kings Member Headed To Prison
A member of the Latin Kings street gang has been sentenced to two years in federal prison after admitting to selling drugs in New Bedford.
Thirty-one year old Virgilio Adorno, also known on the street as "Trigga," pleaded guilty in August to selling crack cocaine...
Ban On Bump Stocks Is Now Law
BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts has become the first state to adopt a ban on bump stocks since the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival.
Republican Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito on Friday signed into law an appropriations bill that included a prohibition on the devices, which can make a semi-automatic rif…
Report: Anti-Semitic Incidents On The Rise
BOSTON (AP) _ The Anti-Defamation League says anti-Semitic incidents have increased in New England.
The New York civil rights group that's focused on anti-Jewish attacks said in a report Thursday there have been 132 incidents recorded in the region from Jan...
City Man Charged With Break Into Fishing Boat
A New Bedford man is charged with breaking into a fishing boat on Steamship Pier.
Following an investigation by the Police Department's Port Security Unit, Police arrested 43 year old Donald Jordan of Bay Street on Wednesday, charging him with larceny and breaking and entering into a fishing boa…

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