Major Renovations Likely For Dartmouth Police Station
After months of waiting, Dartmouth could have a plan for a permanent police station.
On Monday, the Police Building Committee presented options to the Select Board, including changing locations with a new building. However, the committee suggested a major renovation instead...
Oxford/Rogers Schools Hoping To Get More Offers With New RFP
Fairhaven's historic Rogers and Oxford schools are still looking for new owners, but changes to proposal requirements could change that.
The Board of Selectmen spent over 2 hours on Wednesday night modifying the Request For Proposals draft, hoping to attract more bids on the properties...
Fairhaven To Partake In Casino Impact Report
With the casino in New Bedford approved, surrounding communities are starting to wonder how they'll be effected.
That's why on Monday, the Fairhaven Board of Selectmen voted to conduct an "impact report" by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission...
Manuel Branco, Longtime Dartmouth DPW Member Retiring
After more than 40 years with the Dartmouth Department of Public Works, Manuel Branco will leave his position on the board.
Branco began working with the DPW in 1972 as a consultant. He joined the department a year later as an engineer, and later became director...
New Drug Treatment Facility Denied In New Bedford
New Bedford residents living near the proposed drug treatment facility on Brigham street showed up in mass to Thursday's Zoning Board of Appeals hearing.
After over an hour of testimonies, the Board unanimously denied the facility a special permit to be in a residential district...
New Burgo Basketball Complex Waiting On Lease Approval
Investors want to know that Burgo Basketball Association's upcoming $4.2 million complex will be around for a while.
That's why the BBA is asking the Dartmouth Select Board for an extended 30-year lease on the town-owned property where their current facilities are located...
No Escaping Malasadas For Day Of Portugal Celebration
For the weekend, vehicle traffic on part of Acushnet Ave will be replaced with people, vendors, and of course, malasadas.
New Bedford's Day of Portugal celebration began on Friday with city officials cutting the ribbon, and joining the fun...
New Bedford High Grads Look To The Future
After four years of hard work, the class of 2015 is moving on from New Bedford High School.
A long line of students in crimson caps and gowns marched onto Walsh field Thursday evening, as proud parents snapped photos and cheered.
Honors student, Zachary Carneiro tells WBSM News that moving on from New…

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