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UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit Preview & Results

  Main Card (Pay-Per-View): 170#: Georges St. Pierre (22-2) vs. Carlos Condit (28-5) wins by Unanimous Decision! 170#: Johny Hendricks (13-1) vs. Martin Kampmann (20-5) wins by KO in RD1! 185#: Tom Lawlor (8-4, 1 NC) vs. Francis Carmont (19-7) wins by Split Decision! 185#: Nick Ring (13-1) vs. Constantinos …

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Open House for New Bedford Regional Airport Master Plan Update

New Bedford Airport

The New Bedford Regional Airport Commission, the City of New Bedford, and Bridgewater State University Aviation Flight Center will host a public conversation on the Airport Master Plan update at the Bridgewater State University Aviation Flight Center in New Bedford.  The public is invited to join the Airport Commission, Airport …

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The Southcoast Hot Jobs List – 01 November, 2012

The Greater New Bedford unemployment rate is much higher than the rest of Massachusetts, but believe it or not there really are a lot of jobs available for qualified applicants. Sometimes the barrier to a new job can be the lack of information on available job openings.  To solve this, …

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City of New Bedford Services Update – October 30th, 2012

The City of New Bedford is reminding residents of the following closures and changes to City services: New Bedford City Offices Closed Today City Offices remain closed today, Tuesday, October 30, 2012.  Closures include City Hall, all public libraries, all Senior Centers, and the Buttonwood Park Zoo.  Only City employees …

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New Bedford Hurricane Sandy Update and Services

October 30th update can be found at: https://www.newbedfordguide.com/city-of-new-bedford-services-update/2012/10/30. Here is an update from Mayor Jon Mitchell on New Bedford services for Hurricane Sandy. We will update this often so check back for updates! New Bedford Hurricane Barrier Street Gates Closed The City of New Bedford in partnership with the U.S. Army …

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New Bedford Schools Closed for Monday, October 29th

Per Mayor Jon Mitchell, all public schools in New Bedford will be closed on Monday, October 29th due to Hurricane Sandy. No decision has been made yet on whether school will be in session on Tuesday, October 30, 2012.  Additionally, Umass Dartmouth has cancelled their classes for Monday. Umass Dartmouth details: http://www.umassd.edu/. Details …

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5 Things That Keep Us Broke

With the economy the way it is these days, it’s no wonder people are broke.  The 90’s and most of the 00’s brought prosperity and people were literally throwing money away (see “making it rain”), and that prosperity created a culture of leisurely addictions that people have carried over into …

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Buttonwood Park Zoo Welcomes Home Its Beloved Harbor Seals

Today the Buttonwood Park Zoo and Mayor Jon Mitchell welcomed the return of the zoo’s harbor seals (Sandy and Yellow) to their newly renovated exhibit.  The main entrance to the Buttonwood Park Zoo is located at 425 Hawthorn Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 02740. To learn more about the harbor seals at the …

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Public Wireless Internet Comes to New Bedford City Hall

New Bedford City Hall

The City of New Bedford has implemented a computer network upgrade that establishes new public wireless internet access and improves internal communication between municipal offices. As part of the effort, City Hall now joins the City’s public library branches in offering public wireless internet service.  Other municipal sites, including the …

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16 Facts About Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus is an American icon, but how much do you really know about him? Thanks to him many of us get a day off, but it seems few actually know about his accomplishments outside of “discovering America” or know about the atrocities he is accused of committing as governor …

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