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.
Woman Killed in Thursday Night Hit-And-Run in Seekonk
A Seekonk woman is dead after being struck by a car that fled the scene Thursday night.
Mayor Mitchell Discusses Correia Indictment, Political Corruption
During his weekly appearance on the Barry Richard Show, Mayor Jon Mitchell discussed on the ongoing political circus in Fall River.
Bristol County DA’s Free Family Field Day Kicks Off on Sunday
In partnership with UMass Dartmouth, the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office is bringing Free Family Field Day back to the SouthCoast this weekend.
Boston Globe Begins Cutting Jobs at Taunton Printing Facility
Jobs will be cut over the next several weeks at the Boston Globe’s printing, mailing and delivery facility in Taunton.
New Bedford Fire Department Holds Annual 9/11 Memorial Exercise
City firefighters and police officers gathered at the New Bedford Fire Department Headquarters for a memorial exercise in memory of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Berkley Basement Fire Displaces Residents, Injures Firefighter
A basement fire early Wednesday morning has displaced multiple occupants of a home and sent a Berkley firefighter to the hospital.
Fall River Drug Trafficker Sentenced to State Prison
A Fall River narcotics trafficker was sentenced to serve four to six years in state prison on Tuesday in Fall River Superior Court.
New Bedford Man Arrested for Brandishing Machete During Argument
A New Bedford man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after threatening another person with a machete at a West End apartment.
State Police Arrest Two on Drug and Gun Charges in New Bedford
State Police have arrested two men on drug and gun charges in New Bedford.
Mayor Correia Intends to Keep Working Despite City Council Vote
The political drama continues in Fall River following last night’s City Council vote to temporarily relieve embattled Mayor Jasiel Correia from duty.