NEW BEDFORD — Dozens of people gathered around the memorial M4 Sherman tank at Fort Taber Military Park Sunday to pay their respects to servicemen lost over 70 years ago off Slapton Sands in Devon, England.
Usually held on the city's Pier 3, the annual Fishermen's Memorial Service was moved to the Whaling Museum Monday due to weather but still drew a crowd of a few hundred that paid respect to the local fishermen lost at sea.
Despite the rain, dozens gathered at Buttonwood Park's Holocaust Memorial and many more filled the main sanctuary of Tifereth Israel Congregation for New Bedford's 35th annual Holocaust Memorial Observance Sunday evening.
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