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Bishop Stang Open House – Sunday, November 3rd

Who: Bishop Stang High School, a diocesan, co-educational, college preparatory school located in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. For questions and to learn more, contact Admissions Director, Christine Payette, (508) 996-5602 x 424. What: Information on Academic Programs, Campus Tours, Athletic and Co-curricular Fair, Financial Options, iPad Integration Initiative & more When: …

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New Bedford Man Charged With Murder of Fairhaven Woman

District Attorney Sam Sutter and Fairhaven Police Chief Michael Myers today announced that a 36-year-old New Bedford man has been formally charged with the October 14th murder of 69-year-old Joyce Howland in Fairhaven. Joshua Silva, 36, of 26 Oak Street, New Bedford, is charged with murder and armed robbery. State …

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One Pound ‘Miracle baby’ Born in New Bedford

What started out as a week full of medical complications for Rebecca and Derrick Kimball, culminated in a several hours of chaos that resulted in the birth of their third child Kennadee three months early. Together, with their immediate family assisting, they delivered and saved their one-pound, 6-month old child right …

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Luxx Beauty Bar Grand Opening, Raffle, and still hiring!

SOUTH DARTMOUTH, MA – November 1, 2013– Luxx Beauty Bar, a beauty salon that offers upscale and premier beauty treatments is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new location on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM at 13 Russells Mills Road in South Dartmouth, MA. …

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Patio Areas and Cobblestones Coming to Lower Union Street

The City of New Bedford is readying for a streetscape improvement project along the last block of Union Street that will include the installation of wide patio-style sidewalks and the replacement of the asphalt street surface with cobblestones. The improvements follow the recent completion of the Route 18/ JFK Boulevard …

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New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park Reopens to Visitors

The Visitor Center and other National Park Service facilities in New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park re-open to visitors today. These have been closed since October 1 due to the lapse in Congressional appropriations. Museums, historical sites, and businesses in the park continue to remain open according to their regular schedules. “America’s 401 national …

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Neighborhoods United chooses new leadership

Change is in the wind for the umbrella neighborhood organization founded by long time neighborhood advocates Suzanne Braga and Loretta Bourque. Neighborhoods United has been the premiere group of neighborhood leaders since its inception over twenty years ago. Chairs of the various neighborhood groups throughout the city meet regularly to …

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