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Easter Sunrise Service
An estimated 400 to 500 people are expected to attend Sunday's Easter Sunrise Service at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven.
The Interchurch Council of Greater New Bedford sponsors the event along with clergy members in Fairhaven.
Executive Minister David Lima tells WBSM News, he's always impres…
Easter Sunrise
Hundreds of worshippers will turn out Sunday morning for the annual Easter Ecumenical Sunrise Service at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven, a tradition that's been ongoing for 77 years.  .
It's organized by the Interchurch Council of Greater New Bedford, and Executive Minister David Lima says …
Great Way To Start 2015
The Polar Plunge at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven attracted more than 300 participants this year despite bitter cold and wind.
Hundreds lined up at the water's edge just before 10am, with Fairhaven's Allen Days providing a count-down.
After the firing of a musket, there was a quick dash into the…
More Photos Of Charles W. Morgan
WBSM listeners were kind enough to send us more photos of the Charles W Morgan making its way to New Bedford. Here's one from Karen Vilandry of Fairhaven who took this shot from Fort Phoenix just as the ship cleared the Hurricane Barrier
This next photo shows the Morgan in the outer harbor,…
Woman Attacked And Robbed At Fort Phoenix
A 26 year old woman told Police she was attacked and robbed Monday night in a parking lot at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven. 
According to Police, the woman said she was returning to her car after a jog, when she was approached by a man who grabbed her arm-band  Ipod and took it...
300 Take Part In Buzzards Bay Swim
The 20th annual Buzzards Bay Swim attracted more than 300 swimmers and raised thousands of dollars for the Buzzards Bay Coalition . 
Swimmers jumped in the water Saturday at Davey's Locker in New Bedford, and swam a mile and a quarter to the shores of Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven...
Hundreds Participate in Fairhaven’s Polar Plunge
This year's Polar Plunge at the snow-covered Fort Phoenix Beach welcomed about 250 happy "plungers".
The participants lined the beach and ran into the ocean on New Year's Day, continuing a 13-year-old tradition in the town.
Jim DiQuattro flew in from Ohio to be with his fri…