We're back at it again for the 24th year in a row! Cans Across the Park, held every year at Buttonwood Park, has continuously helped the United Way of Greater New Bedford stock area food pantries for the holidays.
An advocate for more charter schools in Massachusetts says Question Two on the November ballot is all about greater choice.
If approved by voters, Question Two would lift the cap on charter schools across the state.
Dr. Stephen Furtado, Executive Director at Global Learning Charter Public School in New Bedford says the demand for charter schools is extremely high...
The New Bedford City Council passed along four proposed items to one of their committees Thursday in preparation of the passing of Question 4 on the November ballot, which would legalize the recreational use of Marijuana in Massachusetts.
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled Wednesday the question to legalize marijuana in Massachusetts could appear on the November ballot, but ordered state officials to change the wording that explains the measure to voters. The justices say the current title and statement are "clearly misleading," in part because they do not specify that the proposed law could allow for the sale of marijuana-
BOSTON (AP) — Advocates for legalized marijuana in Massachusetts say they expect to submit more than enough signatures to get on the November ballot.
They're among backers of four questions facing a Wednesday deadline to deliver a final batch of at least 10,792 certified signatures to the Secretary of State's office...
Two proposed ballot questions that could strongly influence public education in Massachusetts will be aired on Beacon Hill.
One of the measures scheduled for a hearing Monday before the Education Committee would allow up to a dozen new or expanded charter schools each year outside of existing state caps...