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New Bedford Hacker Gets 4 Years In Prison

A New Bedford man who hacked into corporate and law enforcement computers, and even hacked into a college's system so he could change his grades, has been sentenced to four years in prison.

Cameron Lacroix was also sentenced Monday in federal court to three years' probation

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM

Students Get First-Hand Look At South Terminal Site [Gallery]

What is life like working in a labor union? That is just one of the many questions asked by students from Bristol Community College during their visit to the future site of the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal.

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Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images

New Bedford Computer Hacker Pleads Guilty

A New Bedford man has pleaded guilty to hacking into computer networks around the country.

25-year-old Cameron Lacroix was charged with two counts of computer intrusion and one count of access device fraud

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Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Accused Hacker From New Bedford Agrees To Plead Guilty

Federal prosecutors say a 25-year old New Bedford man has agreed to plead guilty in a computer hacking case in which he's accused of breaking into police records, credit card accounts and a local college, where he allegedly altered his grades

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Portrait of Fernando Garcia on display during Memorial Service.  Jim Phillips / TSM
Portrait of Fernando Garcia on display during Memorial Service. Jim Phillips / TSM

Businessman Fernando Garcia Remembered

Family members and friends remembered Fernando Garcia during a memorial service Friday at Bristol Community College in Fall River.

Garcia died earlier this month after a long battle with cancer

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JIm Phillips / TSM
JIm Phillips / TSM

BCC Breaks Ground On New Health and Science Building

A new health and science education center is on tap for Bristol Community College in Fall River.  Officials broke ground on Friday for the new $27 million facility, to be powered by solar panels and other renewable sources

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Fernando Garcia/Facebook
Fernando Garcia/Facebook

Memorial Service Planned For Fernando Garcia

A long time businessman and community leader will be remembered later this month with a memorial service at Bristol Community College in Fall River.

Fernando Garcia of New Bedford died Tuesday following a long battle with cancer

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Bristol Community College
Bristol Community College

BCC Students Being Trained For Jobs In Casino Industry

Bristol Community College is now training students for jobs in the gaming industry.  Those jobs rainge from culinary arts, tourism, casino management and hospitality. 

Chef John Carressimo is direrctor of the "Catch" Iinstitute at B-C-C

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UPDATE: BCC Lockdown Lifted

UPDATE 11:09:

The lockdown placed on the BCC Fall River campus has been lifted as of 10:52am. The lockdown was put in place after reports of an armed individual in the campus's G-Building.

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Ruddy Joseph(L) and McKenzy Blanc(R) - Fall River Police
Ruddy Joseph(L) and McKenzy Blanc(R) - Fall River Police

Two Arrested in BCC Sex Assault Allegations

Fall River Police have arrested two men in connection with alleged sexual assaults at or near the Bristol Community College campus.

Fall River and BCC Police began investigations after initial complaints on Thursday, and were able to request a warrant for the arrest of 22-year-old Ruddy Joseph

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