I am a New Bedford native who's been covering local news in the region since 1973. I worked at WBSM for 11 years in the 1970's and 80's before joining "Local Cable News," Channel 13 in Fall River. I served as News Director there for 22 years, covering crime, politics and human interest stories. When the program ended in 2006, I happily accepted an offer to rejoin WBSM. My family and I live in North Dartmouth.
Six New Bedford Democrats Endorse Joe Kennedy III for U.S. Senate
State Senator Mark Montigny and former New Bedford Mayor Scott Lang were among those endorsing Kennedy.
M.O. L.I.F.E. to Celebrate 25 Years of Serving the Disabled [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
The gala celebration will take place on March 28 at the Century House in Acushnet.
Dartmouth Cultural Center 2020 [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
The Dartmouth Cultural Center begins its second season, offering a variety of programs throughout the year.
A Progress Report on the Team Noah Foundation [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
After building an all-accessible playground on Pope's Island, the Team Noah Foundation isn't stopping there.
Dartmouth Woman Charged with Cocaine Trafficking
A 56-year-old Dartmouth resident was arrested Thursday following a raid at her Hixville Road home.
Seaport Inn Sponsors Cooking for a Cause [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
Young people can create a dish all their own with help from a professional chef at the Seaport Inn.
Settlement Hearing Set in Teen’s Wrongful Death Case
A settlement hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday at New Bedford Superior Court.
New Bedford Remains Top Port Dollar-Wise in the Nation
Scallops kept the Port of New Bedford the top fishing port, dollar-wise, in the country.
South End Residents Take Their Protest to City Hall
Councilor Ian Abreu says rolling blackouts may be a better option.
Acceleration Academy Operates During Vacation Week
New Bedford Public Schools is one of only five districts across the state to offer the Accelerated program.