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Maritime Authors Featured at 2014 Working Waterfront Festival

Three recent titles from The History Press will be featured at this year’s event. The Sol e Mar Tragedy off Martha’s Vineyard, authored by Captain W. Russell Webster, U.S. Coast Guard (Ret.) and Elizabeth Webster, chronicles the fascinating story of the Sol e Mar and its’ crew and explains the …

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2nd Annual Southeastern MA Community Resource & Craft Fair

Come explore what’s available in Southeastern Massachusetts all while shopping art, craft & specialty item vendors! Community safety Educational Recreational Therapeutic Community resource representatives will be on hand to speak about their programs to meet needs above and beyond the scope of your student/child’s individual education plan and/ or 504 …

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Three Hooded Males Rob Royal 7 Food and Deli

On Sunday night at approximately 8:40pm the Royal 7 Food and Deli located at 606 Summer St. in New Bedford was robbed at gunpoint. Three males wearing black hooded sweatshirts and jeans entered the store and demanded money. One of the suspects struck the 26 yr. old male clerk with …

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Two Indicted in Connection to July 31 New Bedford Homicide

District Attorney Sam Sutter announced today that a Bristol County Grand Jury has indicted 26-year-old Marco Shane Ramos, for the July murder of 22-year-old Alex Silva in New Bedford. Ramos, of 3 Social Street, New Bedford, was indicted on a charge of murder and will be formally arraigned in Fall …

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September Program to Feature Home Movies from Fishing Families

The Dock-U-Mentaries Film Series continues on Friday, September 19th at 7:00 PM with an evening of home movies from the industry. Dock-U-Mentaries is a co-production of New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park and the Working Waterfront Festival. Films about the working waterfront are screened on the third Friday of each …

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Help New Bedford students find the path to success!

Junior Achievement is looking for community volunteers to participate in a new, innovative Career Exploration and Workforce Readiness initiative at Keith Middle School. Volunteers will teach the JA It’s My Future program to 8th graders this Fall, which is a six-week course designed to help students explore their interests and …

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