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BCC Trustees Okay Plan To Arm Campus Police

 

Campus Police at Bristol Community College in Fall River will be allowed to carry firearms as soon as next spring, thanks to a vote by the college's Board of Trustees. 

According to the Herald News, campus police officers will recieve firearm safety training from the Fall River Police Department, and also undergo psychiatric evaluations. 

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BCC Offering Turbine Training Courses

Bristol Community College is taking the lead, offering young people opportunities for advancement in the burgeoning offshore wind industry.

BCC is offering courses for offshore wind construction and maintenance of the turbines to be assembled in the city's South Terminal

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Photo -  Mass. Clean Energy Center
Photo - Mass. Clean Energy Center

Clean Energy Center Awards Job Training Money To New Bedford

Job training money is coming to New Bedford to boost the skills of low and moderate income young people interested in careers in the offshore wind industry.

The Mass. Clean Energy Center awarded the $250,000 grant to the New Bedford E-D-C and Bristol Community College

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tsm - Goulart Square Bakery ready to accept donations for bombing victims
tsm - Goulart Square Bakery ready to accept donations for bombing victims

BCC Portuguese Club Seeks To Aid Bombing Victims

Members of the Portuguese Club at Bristol Community College are reaching out to residents of both Fall Rver and New Bedford, collecting donations for the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings. 

Brian Martins says the group is collecting donations Tuesday morning at the Goulart Square Bakery on RIvet Street in the South End

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SK - Cedric Cromwell Testifies At BCC
SK - Cedric Cromwell Testifies At BCC

Mass. Gaming Commission Weighs Opening Southeast Region

The state gambling commission has heard from advocates and opponents of extending an Indian tribe's exclusive right to develop a casino in southeastern Massachusetts.
 
    The commission met Thursday at Bristol Community College in Fall River as it considers opening the region to commercial bidders

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Gaming Commission Chair Stephen Crosby - Getty Images
Gaming Commission Chair Stephen Crosby - Getty Images

Mass. Gaming Commission Coming To Southeast Region

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will meet in Fall River later this month, to discuss the possibility of accepting applications from commercial developers to build a casino in Southeastern Mass

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Sbrega: Sequester Means Trouble For BCC

With President Obama authorizing $85 BIllion in federal budget cuts, institutions that receive federal money are anticipating some bad news.

President John Sbrega says the "sequester cuts" will have a negative impact on Bristol Community College

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ANTWAN WELLS

Police Invesitgate BCC Laptop Thefts

New Bedford Police are investigating the thefts of 2 laptop computors from the B C C campus at 800 Purchase Street.

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tsm -  Lt. Governor Tim Murray joins Schwartz Center CEO Mary Hodgson and Paris for a tour of the facility.
tsm - Lt. Governor Tim Murray joins Schwartz Center CEO Mary Hodgson and Paris for a tour of the facility.

Murray: Administration Still “100%” Behind Southcoast Rail

The Patrick Administration wants its transporation experts to devise a plan on how to pay for the Southcoast Rail Project. 

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BCC Offering Discounted Classes for “Incumbent Workers”

Bristol Community College is launching a new pilot program aimed at giving so-called "incumbent workers" a leg up in their education.

The program is a collaboration with Higher Education Partners, and will fund scholarships worth up to 50% of the costs for up to two classes for the Early Childhood or Human Services programs

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