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Pokemon Go Players Offer To Help Keep Fort Phoenix Clean
Pokemon Go players being blamed for the recent vandalism and litter at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven are offering to help with the problems.
With Pokemon Go bringing massive amounts of people to the historic site, many officials have reported damage to the structures, and even defecation around the area.…
The Three Amigos Of Talk Radio To Take The Show On The Road
Join WBSM's Phil Paleologos, Brian Thomas and me for a LIVE roundtable discussion at The Edge Seafood And Lounge this Friday afternoon from 12pm-2pm.
The "Three Amigos of Talk" will discuss the political conventions, efforts here in Massachusetts to strip you of your second ame…
New Bedford Named As Clean Energy Leader
The Whaling City is making a name for itself as being the solar city.
Tuesday afternoon at the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, non-profit group Environment Massachusetts announced a recent report naming New Bedford as a clean energy leader in the country...
Residents Concerned Over Padanaram Causeway Closure
South Dartmouth residents and businesses are preparing to lose the Padanaram Causeway until 2018.
MassDOT and John Rocchio Construction, the company in charge of the $8.2 million causeway project, discussed their plans at Monday night's Select Board meeting...
District Exploring ‘Innovation Zone’ For NB Middle Schools
Officials are looking to get creative in solving the achievement gap at New Bedford middle schools.
At Monday's meeting, the New Bedford School Committee discussed the possibility of introducing an Innovation Zone for middle schools.
While still a concept, the Zone would give middle school teachers an…
Outraged Neighbors Speak Out On Freetown “Ambush” Party
The town of Freetown is ready to take action against the organizers of an out-of-control house party that happened over the weekend.
After the party of well over 1,000 people took over a neighborhood, the Freetown Board of Selectmen held a meeting on Monday to inform angry residents about possible pu…
NB City Council Passes FY17 Budget With Minimal Cuts
While the New Bedford City Council's cuts to the FY17 budget were kept to a minimum on Monday night, the final budget almost didn't pass.
The meeting at City Hall resulted in about $317,000 dollars in total cuts, with areas like the school department, EMS, and Police Department remaining un…
NB Committee On School Climate Makes Recommendations
While a study by the state found that New Bedford elementary schools are performing above expectations in math and language, the study also found an increase in conduct cards at middle schools in the past year.
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education officials presented their report at Monda…

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