See All the Beautiful Color You Can Handle at Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival
Making memories with the entire family this summer can be affordable especially with the Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival just minutes away.
Acushnet Neighborhood Can’t Stop Talking About This Elusive Peacock
Jessica Melo and her son heard a strange noise at their home on Monday. They could have never predicted seeing a peacock staring back at them.
Local Asphalt Company Charged for Tax Evasion
A West Wareham asphalt company is facing new charges from the state after the firm, its founder and a former accountant were all indicted on tax evasion and obstruction charges for allegedly falsifying financial documents submitted to the department of revenue.
Church Bingo Was a Pretty Big Thing in New Bedford
The Massachusetts Lottery lists all of the licensed bingo games in the state by community. Find out where the bingo action is near you.
SouthCoast Firefighters Cheer A.G. Healey's Toxic Chemical Suit
New Bedford and Fall River firefighters hope Maura Healey's lawsuit against chemical companies will lead to a reduction of cancer deaths among firefighters.
Mayor Mitchell: "We Have More Physical Barriers" in Schools
New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell offered his thoughts on the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas and pointed out the efforts made to keep New Bedford schools safe.