Ralph Saulnier Dies At 84
Ralph Saulnier, a Ward Six City Councilor for 24 years during the sixties, 70's and 80's, has died at the age of 84.
Saulnier passed away Thursday at Our Lady's Haven.
Saulnier, a conservative Republican, was a Marine who served in Korea and later spent five years in the Reserves...
Rep. Cabral Announces $75k YouthWorks Grant
State Representative Antonio Cabral and the Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board announced that the Board has received a YouthWorks grant of $75,000 from the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development.
Mitchell: Trump Revisiting Marine Monuments ‘A Good Thing’
On Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order that orders a review of the lands and seas designated as national monuments over the past 20 years.
These areas were designated as national monuments under the Antiquities Act of 1906, and that includes President Obama's designation last fa…
Mitchell Testifying Before Congress
New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell is returning to Washington, D.C. to testify before Congress once again.
Mitchell will be testifying Wednesday at 10 a.m. at a congressional oversight hearing titled, "Examining the Creation and Management of Marine Monuments and Sanctuaries...
Trump and Fishing
In an industry that has been bogged down with federal regulations, fishing representatives are hoping for a big silver lining with President-Elect Donald Trump.
While many across the country have expressed concern with Trump's stance on social issues, Jim Kendall of New Bedford Seafood Consulting is …
Offshore Wind Vs. Wildlife
New studies suggest that endangered marine species would not be significantly impacted by the construction and use of offshore wind farms off the Massachusetts coast.
The state and federal studies released this week were based on observations of whales, turtles, and marine birds over a period of four…

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