WBSM and Fun 107 News Director. Graduated Bridgewater State University in 2015 with a Communications Degree in Media Technology. Tim got his first job in the industry as a part-time reporter for WBSM News. After a brief stint reporting on Cape Cod, Tim made his way back to the WBSM Newsroom as News Director in July of 2019.
Embattled Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia Arrested Friday Morning
FALL RIVER — Embattled Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia has been arrested at his house Friday morning. City Councilor and now Acting Mayor Cliff Ponte confirms with WBSM News that the Correia has been led out of his home in handcuffs by authorities and into an unmarked police car...
New Bedford Beaches Reopened for Swimming After Safety Testing
Testing was conducted and the results of water samples from all beaches indicate that water quality has returned to a level safe for swimming.
Dead Bird with EEE Found at Buttonwood Park, City Risk ‘Critical’
Multiple tests of bird-biting and mammal-biting mosquitoes with EEE, leading to the New Bedford Area’s classification of the risk being elevated to ‘critical.'
Police Investigating After Woman’s Body Pulled from Wareham River
The woman was pulled from the river at Parkwood Beach Thursday afternoon. It’s reported that an attempt was made to save the woman’s life using CPR.
West Nile Virus Detected in New Bedford, EEE Threat Remains High
While the outbreak of EEE has been making headlines over the last couple weeks, state health officials have now detected West Nile Virus in New Bedford.
New Bedford Health Officials Reopen West Beach to Swimming
City health officials have reopened the sections of West Beach closed Thursday due to elevated bacteria levels.
City Closes Part of West Beach Due to Elevated Bacteria Levels
The New Bedford Health Department has announced Thursday that part of West Beach has been closed to swimming today due to elevated bacteria levels.
State Finds Unsafe Levels of Fecal Bacteria at Over 200 Beaches
State researchers and environmental advocates say unsafe levels of pollution was detected in the waters of more than 200 beach locations in the state last year.
Marion Closes Town Property in Response to Reported EEE Infection
In response to the confirmed human case of EEE in southern Plymouth County, the Town of Marion is closing all town owned property until further notice.
State Health Officials Announce Mosquito Spraying for SouthCoast
The Department of Public Health and the Department of Agricultural Resources have announced that aerial spraying will occur in specific areas.