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Credit: Fairhaven Fire Department
Credit: Fairhaven Fire Department

Fairhaven Shed Fire

A large shed was destroyed following a fire in Fairhaven Sunday night.

Firefighter Wayne Oliveira says the fire at 39 Spring Street was reported shortly before 6:30 p.m.

Firefighters arrived to find the backyard shed fully engulfed in flames

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM

EPA Informational Meeting Still Leaves Some Questions Unanswered

The EPA held a public meeting in Fairhaven Wednesday night, but many who attended left with unanswered questions.

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Taylor Cormier/Townsquare Media

Four Car Crash in Fairhaven

Fairhaven emergency personnel made quick work of clearing the scene of a four car crash on Route 6 in the town Wednesday afternoon.

Fairhaven Police Sergeant Michael Bouvier tells WBSM News it appears the accident took place around 1:30pm when an eastbound vehicle turning into the parking lot of Mike's Restaurant got in the way of a westbound car

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Fairhaven First Responders Prepped For Ebola

Better safe than sorry in Fairhaven.

First responders in the town will be wearing additional protective gear as a precautionary measure in the ongoing fight against Ebola.

Fairhaven Police Sergeant Kevin Kobza tells WBSM News the CDC is predicting a very active flu season, and the symptoms of Ebola and the flu are very similar

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Fairhaven Police
Fairhaven Police

Robbery at Fairhaven’s Emma Jean’s Restaurant

Fairhaven Police are searching for a suspect in connection with a purse snatching at a local restaurant.

Police say the robbery took place Monday night around 8pm at Emma Jean's Brooklynne Deli on Huttleston Avenue

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Fairhaven Hopes To Keep Paul Revere Bell

Some residents of Fairhaven want to make sure that a bell cast in Paul Revere's foundry more than 200 years ago stays in town.

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John Hoey/UMass Dartmouth
John Hoey/UMass Dartmouth

Over 200 Local Students Help to Feed Hungry

Over 200 area high school students spent this afternoon packaging 10,000 meals for the hungry during an event at UMass Dartmouth.

It's part of the Leduc Center's Youth Civic Engagement Summit, which featured a workshop for students on using the power of speech to make change and food-packaging to raise awareness about hunger

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2003 Buzzards Bay Oil Spill / Photo by Douglas McFadd/Getty Images
2003 Buzzards Bay Oil Spill / Photo by Douglas McFadd/Getty Images

Projects Funded To Correct Damage From 2003 Bouchard Spill

State and federal environmental officials have announced the second round of remediation projects in the wake of an oil spill in Buzzards Bay in 2003 that damaged the Massachusetts and Rhode Island shorelines

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Pole falls onto pumping station on Pilgrim Ave, Fairhaven. Credit: Fairhaven police
Pole falls onto pumping station on Pilgrim Ave, Fairhaven. Credit: Fairhaven police

Fallen Pole Causes Fairhaven Power Outage

A fallen utility pole caused over 1000 Fairhaven homes to lose power Thursday morning.

Sergeant Kevin Kobza says the pole rotted out at the base and fell on to the pumping station on Pilgrim Avenue just before 5:00 a

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Mattapoisett Looks To Move Forward With Longer Bike Path

Within a few years, the entire Southcoast of Massachusetts will be completely connected with bike riders in mind.

Eleven towns and cities are participating in the South Coast Bikeway project, with many planning phases nearing completion

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