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Fish Processing Plant, 200 Jobs Leaving New Bedford

A fish-processing plant is calling it quits in New Bedford.

According to bizjournal.com, High Liner Foods, Inc., on Herman Melville Boulevard will begin cutting the 200 jobs housed there in late April, with the plant closing in September...

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Matt Cardy via getty images
Matt Cardy via getty images

Worker Injured At Scrap Metal Plant In Westport

On Monday afternoon, a worker was injured and taken to the hospital at the Mid City Scrap Iron & Salvage Company in Westport.

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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...

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Gordon Chibroski/Getty Images
Gordon Chibroski/Getty Images

Local Businesses Asked To Sign ‘Code Of Conduct’

The immigrant community is speaking out, trying to get local employers to improve and abide by safety regulations in the workplace.

In response to deaths and injuries in industrial settings, the Community Workers Center of New Bedford is launching a new campaign to get employers to sign a "Code of Conduct"...

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midexjet,flickr

Hostess Brands Closes Plants Nationwide — Wareham Outlet Included

The maker of Twinkies is going out of business, and lots of shoppers are unhappy.

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Getty Images

ICE fines New Bedford Seafood Plants – Would You Want Those Jobs?

It's nothing new. In fact, it wasn't a front page story in the fishing port of New Bedford. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement fined some local seafood processing plants, some for hiring illegal employees!

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