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Sobriety Checkpoint scheduled for May 21-May 22

Colonel Timothy P. Alben, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced that a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the Massachusetts State Police in Suffolk County. The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness to the need of detecting and removing those motorists who …

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City of New Bedford Offers Summer Programs For All Ages

The Center’s programs are aimed at those interested in the arts, as well as those looking to stay active this summer, with offerings ranging from youth and adult vocal and guitar lessons, to family ballet and Tai Chi. Classes will run for six weeks at the Andrea McCoy Recreation Center …

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Bus Driver Arrested For OUI While Transporting Students

At 6:23 p.m. on May 15, 2015, the State Police Barracks in Yarmouth received a call from a concerned mother. The woman informed Trooper Jeffrey McCarthy that her daughter, a high school student at the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Harwich, had called her from the bus she …

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Narcotics Trafficking Ring Dismantled in Taunton

Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn announced the culmination of a 10-month long multi-agency investigation into the international distribution of narcotics which resulted in the arrest of three Taunton men, along with the seizure of four kilograms of cocaine and vehicles. The investigation was led by District Attorney Quinn’s State …

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Thief robs 66-year old New Bedford man

Yesterday morning at approximately 8:30am a 66-year old New Bedford man was robbed while in a store in the area of Davis and Acushnet Ave. He was not injured. The victim was waiting in line to make a purchase when a young, dark-complected male came up behind him and reached …

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Alma del Mar fourth graders dive deep into fishing industry

Fourth Graders at Alma del Mar Charter School in New Bedford’s North End are gaining first-hand knowledge of the commercial fishing industry with help from the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center. Since March, Executive Director Laura Orleans has been a “scholar in residence,” teaching Alma scholars about the skills folklorists …

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