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Cabral Wins Acushnet Board Of Selectmen Seat
The town of Acushnet now has a selectman with a stance on the controversial LNG facility.
Challenger Roger Cabral won Monday night's town election by a landslide against incumbent selectman Garry Rawcliffe, 709 votes to 419.
Cabral previously criticized the Board of Selectmen for not coming out a…
Officials Make Final Push For Dartmouth Police Station Support
After next week, the Dartmouth Police Department will find out if they get a new home or not.
Project officials and Police Station Committee members spoke during Monday's select board meeting hoping to clear up any remaining questions on the $15-million dollar building, and to make a final push …
Pittman: North Korea Suffers From Projectile Dysfunction
The day after North Korean leader Kim Jung-Un promised to destroy the United States in a nuclear fire, the nation fired a missile from their east coast within the city of Wonsan and it exploded seconds after launch. This highly visible failure in the spotlight of the world is thought to be an extrem…
NB Preliminary FY18 School Budget Revealed
New Bedford school officials revealed a preliminary $145,420,517 budget for FY18 on Monday night.
That number includes $10-million in enhancement requests, which are considered important to moving the district toward their performance goals...
Former Students And Faculty Remember Gidley School
With Dartmouth's Gidley School ready to be demolished to make room for a new police station, over 100 former students and faculty of the 95-year old building gathered Monday night to remember it.
The program, held at the Quinn School auditorium, featured former principal and teacher speakers, an…
Innovation Zone Not Likely For NB Middle Schools
New Bedford is unlikely to move forward with Innovation Zone plans for the city's middle schools.
At Monday's School Committee meeting, officials announced the district would pursue a different middle school redesign as they try to improve grades...

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