Fall River Is at a Crossroads This Election Day [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Marc Mollicone thinks the city of Fall River is at a crossroads this election day and needs to make the right decision for its future.
A Call for Massachusetts Conservatives to Serve [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Brock Cordeiro calls for Massachusetts conservations to join the Republican Party and step forward and serve on local committees.
Individuals Should Voice Opposition to Mandated COVID-19 Vaccines [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Steph Pickup says without long-term studies or FDA approval, individuals have the absolute right to question, and decline, mandated vaccination.
Somerset Should Say No to Student COVID Clinics [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Jessica Machado says the Somerset school district should not be holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics in schools for students to get vaccinated.
Middleboro Doesn’t Want a T Station? They Don’t Need One [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Ned Carson says if Middleboro doesn't want to change its zoning by-laws to get an MBTA station, that's fine. He says it doesn't need one then.
In Support of Sensible Development at the Golf Course [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writers from The Regeneration Project of the New Bedford Economic Development Council share their support of the proposed Advanced Manufacturing Campus.
Hodgson Should Just Do the Job He Was Elected to Do [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Marlene Pollock says Sheriff Thomas Hodgson should not be concerned with illegal immigration and just do the job he was elected to do.
New Bedford Needs Creative Solutions to Fund Fire Dept. [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Lisa White follows up on last year's piece on how to fully fund the New Bedford Fire Department.
Optimism for Biden Approach to Marine Monument [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Saving Seafood appreciates that the Biden Administration is willing to listen further about the Atlantic Marine Monument.
Using COVID to Stop Sledding Is a Slippery Slope [SOUTHCOAST VOICES]
Guest writer Jessica Machado doesn't see the rationale behind using COVID-19 precautions to keep Somerset residents from using a popular sledding hill at night.