Don’t Blame The Hospital
From listeners calling WBSM, to the local newspapers and television stations to Good Morning America, there's a lot criticism that's been levied against Morton Hospital for releasing the man who went on to wreak havoc, mayhem and death. According to The Standard Times, "The family of Arthur DaR…
New Bedford’s Fire Department Reaches Top Class
Even with shortages, New Bedford's Fire Department is in elite company according to officials.
Mayor Jon Mitchell announced on Monday the Insurance Services Office rated the city as a Class 1 Public Protection community.
Different factors that go into the rating include water availability, dispat…
Senate Removes Insurance Surcharge From Headlights Law
BOSTON (AP) _ The Massachusetts Senate has voted to join the House in softening the impact of the new state law that requires motorists to turn their headlights on whenever they are operating their windshield wipers.
Under a state budget amendment unanimously approved by senators on Tuesday, those wh…
Nearly 50,000 MA Residents Sign Up For Health Coverage
Nearly 50,000 Massachusetts residents have signed up for an insurance plan through the state's health connector and made their first month's payment.
Health Care connector officials said as of Sunday night, about 49,900 residents had taken the steps needed to guarantee they have coverage on…
State Says Most Have Yet To Pay For Health Plans
State officials say about 150,000 people have determined eligibility for insurance plans on the state's overhauled Health Connector website. But less than 1 percent has paid for 2015 coverage with a deadline fast approaching.
The connector rolled out its new website on Nov...

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