I've been on the air at WBSM since 2002, when I had the chance to co-host the weekly sports program, "The Locker Room." In 2006, I began hosting my own program, "Spooky Southcoast," which covers paranormal topics and has aired Saturday nights at 10 p.m. ever since. In 2013, I took over the Saturday morning time slot from Taylor Cormier, focusing on local stories and general talk, and remained there for about four years, when I was offered a full-time position in the WBSM newsroom. I then worked as a reporter and afternoon news anchor for the next 18 months. In July 2018, I was given the opportunity to combine all of that experience to become the Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media New Bedford. My job is to oversee the digital brands for both WBSM and Fun 107, including their websites and social media. In February of 2022, I was promoted to Assistant Brand Manager of WBSM and began hosting "The Tim Weisberg Show" weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon.
New Bedford Police Seize Two Guns, Including One From Juvenile Alleged Repeat Offender
Two firearms were seized by New Bedford Police this past weekend, including one allegedly from a juvenile police said has been arrested before with a firearm.
Providence Highway Sign Promises Plenty of Zeppole
In Providence, Rhode Island, zeppole are serious enough that the Department of Transportation has to warn motorists not to speed just to get them.
Massachusetts School Buses Can Surprisingly Only Go This Fast
Most Massachusetts drivers have probably been stuck behind a slow-moving school bus, but they may be unaware that buses are required by law to only go so fast.
Retiring Patriot Devin McCourty Buys ‘Thank You’ Billboards, But Not on the SouthCoast
Longtime New England Patriot Devin McCourty announced his retirement and is thanking the fans in a big way – just apparently not here on the SouthCoast.
The Best Corned Beef and Cabbage You’ve Ever Had Takes Just 90 Minutes
Everyone seems to think the key to a tender, delicious corned beef and cabbage dinner for St. Patrick's Day is hours of slow cooking. They're wrong.
Dartmouth Hilariously Becomes ‘Fartmouth’ in Stinky Weather Typo
WJAR Providence Chief Meteorologist Mark Searles had a funny typo in his weather report when he referred to the town of Dartmouth as 'Fartmouth.'
Dartmouth Man Involved in Armed Standoff Last Year Arrested Again
A Dartmouth man arrested after an armed standoff with police last May was arrested again, this time on gun and drug charges, including having a 'ghost' gun.
Marion’s Cast Seaside Bites & Bar Gives a Sneak Peek at Renovations
Marion’s newest eatery has given us a sneak peek and has also announced that Cast Seaside Bites & Bar will be opening the first week of April.
Free Fairhaven Organ, Fall River Player Piano Can Make You Mozart
A free Fairhaven organ or a free Fall River player piano would look good in your living room, and would allow you to either learn to play or look like you did.
Rediscovered Buzzards Bay Hotel Tin Ceiling Tells Tales of Murder, Ghosts
The owner of the Buzzards Bay Antique Center unearthed the tin ceiling of the historic Buzzards Bay Hotel that occupied his building – and some ghosts, too.