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Pokemon in New Bedford
Parks and beaches are seeing a lot more visitors thanks to the new Pokemon Go game. The downloadable smartphone game is a spin-off of the Pokemon games and TV show from the 1990s, and allows players to catch digital creatures by travelling to real world locations...
Play in the Park
With New Bedford students on summer break, the City is offering up some fun and food.
The New Bedford Parks, Recreation and Beaches Department is continuing it's Play in the Park and Summer Food Service Program, beginning today. The program offers fun activities and nutritious meals to kids…
Beach Season is Here
New Bedford, Massachusetts- The municipal beaches on scenic Clark’s Point are among the City’s most treasured recreational assets and preparations are underway to again open the beaches for public use this summer season. 
East Beach (East Rodney French Blvd...
Mosquito Spraying
New Bedford continues efforts to keep the mosquito population at a bare minimum.
Once again, the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project will conduct another round of ground spraying around New Bedford's parks. The spraying will take place Thursday morning between 2am and sunrise at area parks includ…
Mosquito Spraying
The City of New Bedford continues to be proactive when it comes to keeping the mosquito population under control.
Once again, the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project will conduct another round of ground spraying around New Bedford's parks...
Mosquito Spraying
It's become a weekly occurrence in New Bedford --- mosquito spraying.
Once again, the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project will conduct another round of ground spraying around New Bedford's parks. The spraying will take place Thursday morning between 2am and sunrise at area parks including Buttonw…
Mosquito Spraying
New Bedford parks will once again be the subject of targeted ground spraying conducted by the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project.
Spraying for mosquitoes will begin early Thursday morning, from 2am to sunrise, around the City's parks, including Buttonwood, Brooklawn, Fort Taber, Hazelwood, …
Mosquito Spraying Tonight
New Bedford's parks will be the target of ground spraying by the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project.
The spraying will take place early Thursday morning, between 2am and sunrise at Buttonwood Park, Brooklawn Park, Fort Tabor, Hazelwood Park, Riverside Park, Clasky Park, Ashley Park and the …
City Purchases Bike Racks
The City of New Bedford continues to do all it can to promote bicycle usage in the city.
Thanks to a $20,000 grant from a regional planning agency, SERPEDD, the city has purchased 163 new bike racks.  They're being placed at parks, beaches and schools...
City Summer Jobs
It's never too early for young people to begin seeking employment for the summer months.
The City of New Bedford Department of Parks, Recreation, and Beaches is already offering applications for seasonal summer jobs. The applications are available to New Bedford residents, with positions appropr…

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