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Clean-Up Continues After Season’s First Blizzard

Snowblowers, shovels, and plows are still in motion throughout much of the South Coast.

Mayor Jon Mitchell says he feels the City was adequately prepared for the first major storm of the season, though it didn't come without challenges

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SRTA Changes Routes And Detours For Service Thursday

Marty Burke, general manager for South Coast Transit Management, Inc., says the company has adjusted its service tomorrow. The company will only provide service on these routes on Thursday, Jan. 29. 

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Blizzard Babies Born On The Southcoast

Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River was a "happening" place during the Blizzard of 2015.

Dr. Patrick Nugent, the chief of OBGYN at Southcoast Health tells WBSM News, there were three "blizzard babies" born during the storm

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Photo from New Bedford Police

Police Identify Suspect In Two Recent Robberies

New Bedford Police have identified a suspect in two recent robberies and are asking the public for help in tracking him down.

Det. Captain Steve Vicente says Police have obtained arrest warrants for 29 year old Robert Dias of New Bedford, who has a last known address of Purchase St

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Jim Phillips / TSM

Update: City Says No Delay In Ambulance Response

New Bedford's Mayor says a 53-year-old city man died after shoveling snow during this week's blizzard.

Mayor Jon Mitchell said at a news conference Wednesday that the man suffered a ``cardiac event'' while shoveling snow on Tuesday night

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Credit: Fairhaven Fire Department
Credit: Fairhaven Fire Department

Residents Asked To Clear Hydrants

The Fairhaven Fire Department is asking the public to clear any fire hydrants that may be covered with snow as a result of the Blizzard of 2015.

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Jim Phillips / TSM

Storm-Related Fatality In New Bedford

New Bedford's mayor says a 53-year-old city man died after shoveling snow during this week's blizzard.

Mayor Jon Mitchell said at a news conference Wednesday that the man suffered a ``cardiac event'' while shoveling snow on Tuesday night

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Credit: @MassGovernor Twitter Feed
Credit: @MassGovernor Twitter Feed

Gov. Baker Says He Wrestled With Non-Essential Travel Ban

Gov. Charlie Baker says he wrestled with whether to institute a travel ban during this week's blizzard, but says it ultimately ``worked pretty much as we hoped'' it would.

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Philippines Rejects New Bedford Marine’s Appeal To Drop Murder Case

The Philippines has rejected an appeal by a U.S. Marine from New Bedford that it drop a murder case against him in the death of a transgender Filipino woman last year.

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Blizzard Drops Two Feet Of Snow On New England, Travel Ban Lifted In Mass.

Its winds howling at more than 70 mph, the Blizzard of 2015 slammed Boston and surrounding parts of New England on Tuesday with none of the mercy it unexpectedly showed New York City, piling up more than 2 feet of snow

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