What's going on?
A Run to Help New Mothers and Their Children [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
Women United, part of the United Way of Greater New Bedford, and WOMEN RUN Inc. are sponsoring a 5K Run and Walk on Mother's Day, May 14, in South Dartmouth.
UMass Dartmouth Professor on Trump's Future [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
UMass Dartmouth Prof. Ken Manning thinks the New York case against Donald Trump is fairly solid, but questions whether it will rise to the level of a felony.
Rise Up for Homes Assisting Fire Victims
In the wake of the fatal New Bedford fire, Rev. David Lima said social service agencies are working every day to find permanent housing for those displaced.
Spinner Joins New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center for Exhibit
'From the Hold: The Port in Photos' runs from April 13 to July 9 at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Children's Advocacy Center Working to Prevent Child Abuse
The Children's Advocacy Center of Bristol County offers counseling and training to children, parents and others to help them cope with the trauma of abuse.
Mattapoisett Tour de Creme Is May 21 [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY]
The Tour de Creme is three separate bike rides of 11, 25 and 42 miles, with stops at various ice cream shops and creameries in our region.
Jack Spillane Doesn't Think Much of the Council Ballot Questions
Jack Spillane asks if the New Bedford City Council is so anxious to put questions on the ballot, why not ask voters about term limits for the councilors?
UMass Dartmouth History Professor Weighs In on Russia-Ukraine War
UMass Dartmouth Professor Brian Glyn Williams has studied the Russian invasion of Ukraine and has reached some very strong conclusions about the war.
New Bedford Fish Fry to Benefit Trade Students [TOWNSQUARE SUNDAY
The Vocational Awards Committee is raising money to help vocational students pay the cost of tools, fees and licenses that are needed to practice their trade.
UMass Business College Shares Findings on SouthCoast Tourism
The Charlton College of Business received a grant from One SouthCoast Chamber to conduct the survey in order to learn more about the people who visit the area.