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Bristol Community College President Laura L. Douglas and students to be featured at the 2021 Massachusetts Undergraduate Research Conference

Bristol Community College President Laura L. Douglas and Bristol students will be featured at the virtual 2021 Massachusetts Undergraduate Research Conference (MassURC), on Friday, April 23, 2021. The MassURC serves as an opportunity for undergraduate students from Massachusetts’ public colleges, universities and community colleges to showcase their research and engage …

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New Bedford Buttonwood Park Zoo’s Wildlife Education Series showcases two magnificent species

Buttonwood Park Zoo’s Virtual “Wildlife Education Series” returns this spring with two incredible talks highlighting two magnificent species. This educational program covers a variety of scientific topics, ranging from biology to animal behavior to conservation science. The events are geared to inquisitive individuals who are eager to learn and ask …

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Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife statement about aggressive ruffed grouses

“Our staff recently encountered a “tame” ruffed grouse at Leyden WMA. On rare occasions, grouse have been documented closely following people and cars or acting aggressively. While biologists aren’t sure what causes this unusual behavior, it’s probably attributed to territorial behavior associated with the breeding season. These changes are stimulated …

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Bristol Community College Holocaust and Genocide Center to offer virtual spring programming

Please join the Bristol Community College Holocaust and Genocide Center for informative and thought-provoking virtual programming throughout the spring season. All virtual events are free and open to all. Bristol’s Holocaust and Genocide Center sponsors speakers, workshops, conferences and maintains a library of Holocaust and genocide material for use by …

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New Bedford Public Schools statement on contract negotiations with Paraprofessionals

“The Paraprofessional roles are critically important in New Bedford Public Schools as we greatly value each employee who serves in that role,” stated Superintendent Thomas Anderson recently. “We value our Paraprofessionals and believe they deserve a current contract which would include pay rate increases.” “As was shared during the last …

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