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Doubts Expressed Over Dartmouth’s Proposal for Round Hill Beach
DARTMOUTH - The Town of Dartmouth is assuring residents that a plan to restore the salt marsh at Round Hill Beach will not open the beach parking lot to out-of-town residents.
The Town is proposing to utilize $5.2 million dollars in grants to revitalize the salt marsh at the South Dartmouth beach, wh…
Cabral Wins Acushnet Board Of Selectmen Seat
The town of Acushnet now has a selectman with a stance on the controversial LNG facility.
Challenger Roger Cabral won Monday night's town election by a landslide against incumbent selectman Garry Rawcliffe, 709 votes to 419.
Cabral previously criticized the Board of Selectmen for not coming out a…
Dartmouth Official Discuss Buying Allendale Country Club
While most town boards haven't voted on the issue yet, many Dartmouth officials came out in support of buying the Allendale Country Club.
The Select Board, Board of Assessors, Conservation Commission, and Planning Board met at the Dartmouth Middle School Monday night to discuss buying the 150-acre pr…
Freetown Officers Save Life of Suicidal Man
Heroic efforts made by Freetown Police officers save a man's life.
Sgt. Scott Rose and Patrolman Thomas Ashley were called to a South Main Street business location just before midnight Sunday, to a report of a 45-year-old suicidal male who was heavily intoxicated...
17 Things About Dartmouth, MA That Rock
Recently, the town of Dartmouth was thrown under the bus by Rolling Stone magazine. In the article that talked about the Boston Marathon bomber, they called the town boring, with nothing but a "sad mall" and a lot of "fast food joints." Well this is simply not true, and we are he…

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