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The New Sister Rose House Set To Open Next Week
Members of the media got a look at the finished Sister Rose House in New Bedford on Thursday.
The dry men's homeless shelter named after Sister Rosellen Gallogly, is run by Catholic Social Services.
Previously, the Sister Rose House was located in the downtown area, but Catholic Social Services C…
Dartmouth Voters Say ‘No’ To Police Station Renovation
Plans for a permanent Dartmouth police station took a step back after Tuesday night's town election.
Voters said 'no' to the ballot question 1116 - 992, which asked to renovate the current police building for $8.4 million, raising resident taxes by about $37...
Dartmouth Selectman Candidates Discuss The Issues Ahead Of Election
Two current Dartmouth officials are looking to fill the vacancy left after former selectman John george's arrest last year.
With Tuesday, April 5 being election day in town, Planning Board member Joel Avila and Finance Committee member John Haran attended Candidate's Night on Wednesday to answer ques…
Dartmouth Officials See Budget Problems In The Future
With new revenue growth in Dartmouth projected to drop from $1.4 million in 2016 to $494,000 in 2017, town officials are banking on conservative spending to get through.
During Monday's joint Select Board meeting with the Finance and School committees, officials voiced concerns over expenses in …
New Bedford Half Marathon Comes Down To Photo Finish
After 13.1 miles, Sunday's New Bedford Half-Marathon came down to the final few feet to determine a winner.
29 year-old William Sanders  of Wetherford, Connecticut beat out Arizona native Jonny Wilson by a hundredth of a second for the photo-finish win...
Parents And Teachers Speak Out On Problems At Keith Middle School
Frustrations boiled over at Monday's New Bedford School Committee Meeting as the crowd of more than 100 parents and teachers made their presence felt.
A number of parents, including David Goldman, spoke about concerns over their children's safety at Keith and other New Bedford schools...
Forum Continues The Drug-Abuse Discussion In Dartmouth
The discussion on solving opioid abuse continued on Wednesday night at the Dartmouth Middle School.
Professionals from different fields lead the forum by speaking about their experience with drug addicts, and how to possibley help break the habbit...

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