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The Deflate Gate scandal has made news headlines for months. It's no secret that members of PatsNation are in uproar over the four-game suspension of our beloved Tom Brady. Not only that, but the NFL team was also given a one million dollar fine for their trouble

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Councilors Delay Third Version of ‘Problem Properties’ Ordinance

The New Bedford City Council has once again tabled Mayor Jon Mitchell's "Problem Properties" ordinance.

The Council's Committee on Ordinances last night weighed the third version of the ordinance, which has been whittled down to bring action against landlords after eight valid complaints of a criminal nature, instead of ten complaints that would have included criminal, code, and zoning violations

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‘Food for Fines’ Running In New Bedford Libraries This Month

It's the time of year when food pantries are most heavily trafficked, and supplies are in high demand.

The PACE Emergency Food Bank is one of those programs that is in need of immediate food donations, which is why PACE has teamed up with the New Bedford Free Public Libraries to once again run the "Food for Fines" program.

PACE Public Relations Manager Ginny DeSilva tells WBSM Ne

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Court Reduces Fines Against Utilities For Storms

The state's highest court has reduced penalties imposed against two electric utilities by Massachusetts regulators for their poor responses to a pair of 2011 storms that left hundreds of thousands of customers without power for days

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OSHA Cites New Bedford Fish Processor For Serious Violations

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a New Bedford fish processing plant for seven serious safety violations.

OSHA began investigating the operations at Sea Watch International Ltd

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Smith Landfill Decision

A decision has been reached by the State Dept of Environmental Protection on the Cecil Smith Landfill in Dartmouth.

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US Commerce Secretary Orders Fishing Fines Returned

The acting U.S. Commerce Secretary has ordered federal fishery regulators to return about $544,000 in fines to 14 fishermen or fishing-related businesses, most in the northeast.

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