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New Bedford police seize $20,000 in drugs, arrest two in south end

On Tuesday afternoon at approximately 12:30pm members of the Organized Crime and Intelligence Bureau executed a search warrant on a 3rd floor Roosevelt Street appartment. This was the result of an investigation conducted by Det. Jonathan Lagoa into a drug delivery service being operated in the south end. Both targets of …

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15 year old student robbed on way to school bus stop

According to the New Bedford Police Department, a 15 yr. old female student was robbed as she walked from her home to the bus stop today at approximately 6:30am . The incident happened on Rounds St. between Union and Arnold Streets. A male exited the passenger seat of a van that was …

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New Bedford man mugged for $2

Yesterday afternoon at approximately 4pm a 46 yr. old New Bedford man was robbed of two dollars as he exited the 7-11 at 45 Coggeshall St. in New Bedford. The victim was leaving the store when he dropped the money on the ground. The suspect who was nearby, stepped on …

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Help Wanted: City of New Bedford Deputy Inspector of Building

Performs a variety of routine and complex administrative, supervisory and technical work in administering and enforcing building and related codes.  Ensures and enforces that State and City building and zoning codes are being maintained in order to ensure public safety. Reviews plans and permits, and makes necessary corrections.  In the …

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Targeted Ground Spraying For Mosquitoes Planned in New Bedford

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) has notified local boards of health of the finding of EEE in a primarily bird-biting mosquito sample obtained from the east side of Freetown.   In response to these findings, the Bristol County Mosquito Control Project will conduct targeted ground spraying early on the morning of Thursday, …

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Ocean Explorium to move to Buttonwood Park Zoo

The Ocean Explorium Board of Governors has begun a fundraising campaign to support the transfer of its programs and assets, including the Science on a Sphere® exhibit, on permanent loan from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, to the Buttonwood Park Zoo, where they will continue to serve as integral components …

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Update Regarding Licensing Board Hearing for Jalice Cafe

Because there is an open and very active police investigation of the issues surrounding the incident at the Jalice Café, the New Bedford Licensing Board has postponed the Emergency Meeting which had been scheduled for August 6th. The issues regarding the incident will be heard at the Licensing Board’s next …

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