Graduated Bridgewater State University in 2015 with a Communications Degree in Media Technology. I work in the news room with Taylor Cormier, J.R. Reitz and Jim Phillips, bringing you everything happening in New Bedford and the south coast. You can also catch me update the news on Sunday mornings.
Eversource Offers Energy-Saving Tips to Stay Cool, Cost-Effective
Eversource is offering common-sense hot weather tips to help customers stay comfortable and save energy during this period of high demand.
Seekonk to Open Emergency Cooling Center During Heat Wave
Town officials say they will be closely monitoring the extreme heat and will be opening the cooling center at the Seekonk Senior Center Saturday morning.
Keating Introduces Legislation to Counter Russian Corruption
The legislation reaffirms U.S. policy to support key partners in promoting good governance and combatting corruption by the Russian Government.
Pawtucket Man Leads Rehoboth Police Chief on Pursuit, Crashes
A Pawtucket man has been arrested and faces multiple charges for leading a high-speed pursuit on his motorcycle in Rehoboth before crashing.
House Passes Kennedy Amendment to Protect U.S. Elections
Congressman Joe Kennedy III is applauding the passage of his amendment that would create a Foreign Threat Response Center for United States elections.
Dartmouth Man Arrested for Somerset Bank Robbery in Early July
Somerset Police Chief George McNeil reports that an arrest has been made after a two-week investigation into a bank robbery that took place in Somerset.
School Committee, Mayor Growing Tired of Oliveira’s Outbursts
Tempers flared most recently on Monday night, when Oliveira stormed out shouting profanities while levying attacks at Mayor Jon Mitchell and committee members.
Mayor Denies Claims He ‘Pressured’ Board into Opening Water Park
Mayor Jon Mitchell is denying claims that he pressured the Conservation Commission into expediting the process of opening up the new inflatable water park.
Dartmouth Police Arrest New Bedford Man on Drug Charges
During the corresponding investigation, detectives located approximately 9 grams of suspected crack cocaine inside of the vehicle.
Montigny Secures Over $114K to Local Employer for Training
Senator Mark Montigny announced that Ahead USA, of New Bedford, will receive over $114,000 to provide training to over 100 workers and establish new positions.