Hawthorn Sober House To Move Ahead Despite Opposition
Although New Bedford residents against the Hawthorn Street sober house made their voices heard on Tuesday night, it might not matter.
Developer, Steve Sheldon held an informational meeting at City Hall on his proposed sober house.
Much of the audience packed into City Hall's Ashely Room showed strong …
Dartmouth Sees Early Black Friday Crowds
Some stores in Dartmouth opened at 1 AM this morning for Black Friday, but many customers were waiting in line hours before.
Crowds at Best Buy in Dartmouth began wrapping around the building at 8 PM last night. Shopper, Alex Atkinson tells WBSM News he woke up extra early on Thursday to be first in …
Jack Peterson Enters NBHS Gridiron Club Hall Of Fame
The late Jack Peterson, a former news anchor at WBSM, morning show host on WNBH and sports play by play broadcaster for both stations, was honored Tuesday night by the New Bedford High School Gridiron Club.
Peterson was inducted into the club's Hall of Fame as a Special Honoree...
WBSM’s Quarters For Christmas Returns
After a decade long hiatus, WBSM is bringing back radio legend Stan Lipp’s Quarters for Christmas this December!  On Saturday, December 5th WBSM will be broadcasting live from the Dartmouth Mall to raise money for Rise Up For Homes, a local initiative to establish emergency over…
SRPEDD Creating Regional Bicycle Plan
More South Coast residents could be riding to work on a bicycle in the coming years thanks to SRPEDD'S Regional Bicycle Plan.
The Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District held an open house at the Buttonwood Library on Tuesday afternoon...
New Bedford School Committee Supports Cap On Charter Schools
With numerous efforts in recent years to remove the cap set on charter schools in Massachusetts, New Bedford School Committee member Josh Amaral wants to make sure that doesn't happen.
On Monday, the School Committee agreed to send a letter to the state supporting limits on the number of charter…
23rd Annual Cans Across the Park a Success!
Our 23rd Annual Cans Across the Park food drive was a giant success!  Dozens of community members braved the cold wind and came out to support our annual food drive, dropping off canned goods and non-perishables by the trunk-load.

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