september

Overdose Deaths Continue In New Bedford
The body count in New Bedford continues to rise because of what officials say is an opioid abuse crisis in the city.
Detective Captain Steven Vicente says so far in September, there have been six fatal overdoses in the city. There were seven in August...
Blackstone Woman Indicted For Murder
A Massachusetts woman has been indicted on two murder charges after the skeletal remains of three babies were found in her squalid home in September.
District Attorney Joseph Early announced the charges Tuesday against Erika Murray. Murray has been held on $1 million bail after pleading not guilty to…
Mural, Memorial Service Mark 9/11 in New Bedford
New Bedford residents let images do the talking as a new mural was unveiled honoring those who join the nation's armed forces. The mural was revealed at the 9/11 Victims and Veterans memorial service held at the Fort Taber Community Center...
Converse Photo To Close In September
Converse Photo Supply in Downtown New Bedford will be closing its doors at the end of September.
Co-owner Jann Macomber says she and her husband have sold the building and plan to retire. The business started in 1932.  The Macombers' took over the business in 1980, buying it from Jann'…
New Bedford Commemorates 9/11
This year's remembrance of September 11th, 2001 served as a call to community volunteerism in New Bedford.
City and State officials gathered in front of City Hall today, before a sizeable crowd, recalling the events of that day and the aftermath that has transformed the nation...
Disabled Veterans Raise Flags for 9/11 Victims
Local disabled veterans raised flags today in remebrance of those who perished in the 9/11 attacks eleven years ago, and those who have served overseas since that fateful day.
The disabled vets gathered on Willis Street in New Bedford to raise the flags, holding prayers, moments of silence, and singi…