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Police Charge Pair With Three Armed Robberies
New Bedford Police say they've arrested two men who they say committed three armed robberies in the past ten days.
Twenty-six year old Ryan Stojack of Fairhaven and 29 year old Thomas Pendergast Jr of New Bedford were charged with three counts of armed robbery...
Two People Dead In Route 140 Crashes Early Saturday
Two people were killed following separate crashes early today on Route 140 in New Bedford.
Mass. State Police tell WBSM News, one crash happened at 12:15 in the southbound lane and a second crash happened around 2:40am northbound, near the Nash Road overpass...
DEA To Deploy Opioid Investigative Team In New Bedford
New Bedford will be one of six locations around the country where the Drug Enforcement Administration plans to establish new law enforcement teams to stem the flow of heroin and illicit fentanyl.
In a statement released Friday, the D-E-A says the teams will be made up of special Federal agents, and s…
DeLeo Infuriated About Sexual Harassment At Statehouse
BOSTON (AP) _ The Democratic leader of the Massachusetts House has ordered a review of sexual harassment policies in the Legislature.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo on Friday described himself as ``infuriated and deeply disturbed'' to learn of allegations from at least a dozen women who said th…
Feds: Fentanyl Responsible For Overdose Deaths In Ten States
NEW YORK (AP) _ A federal report says the powerful painkiller fentanyl was involved in more than half of the recent opioid overdose deaths in 10 states.
The report released Friday is the latest to show how fentanyl is helping to make the nation's current drug epidemic the deadliest in U...
Wareham Man Charged with Cruelty to Animals
WAREHAM — A Wareham man faces animal cruelty charges after he allowed an unleashed dog to wander in and out of traffic on busy Cranberry Highway, and left another in his house as it filled with natural gas.
According to a release on the Department's Facebook page, on October 21, the Wareham Departmen…
Drug Take-Back Day Saturday in New Bedford
New Bedford Police will collect unwanted and expired prescription medications from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, as part of the 14th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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