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Student Art, Michael Hubert Featured at Dartmouth Cultural Center
Students from the Advanced Placement Art Class at Dartmouth High School are displaying their work through March 25.
Free Music Festival Coming to New Bedford in July
New Bedford's Roots and Branches Fest will feature 30 musical acts performing at four indoor venues downtown and two outdoor stages inside Wing's Court.
Dartmouth Aldi to Host Hunger Heroes Food Drop
The United Way of Greater New Bedford's Hunger Heroes Food Drop is scheduled for Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Dartmouth Aldi store.
Resolving Disputes Is the Goal of New Bedford Mediation Program
New Bedford's Face to Face Mediation Program is free and is available to resolve all types of disputes, including those involved with housing.
Spillane on Shawn Oliver's Memes [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
Spillane says Oliver's postings were demeaning and insensitive, but's he's not ready to say Ward 3 voters made the wrong choice.
Protecting New Bedford-Area Consumers [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
New Bedford Coordinator for Community Education Mali Lim says the Local Consumer Program receives about 700 referrals from the Attorney General each year.
New Bedford Charter School Opens New Education Center
New Bedford native Dr. Irwin Jacobs of Qualcomm fame and his wife Joan were the biggest individual contributors to the project with a $2 million gift.