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All New Bedford Beaches Reopened to Swimming

The New Bedford Health Department has announced all of New Bedford’s beaches have been reopened for swimming today. Testing was conducted and the results of water samples collected from all municipal beaches indicate that water quality has returned to a level safe for swimming to resume at all New Bedford …

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Arrest Made in Connection to August 2nd Homicide

District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn and New Bedford Police Chief David Provencher tonight announced an arrest connected to the August 2nd homicide of 24-year-old Jeffrey Sylvia Jr. State Police Detectives assigned to this office and New Bedford Police detectives, last night, arrested Darian Cardoza, 17, of 191 County Street. Mr. …

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Veterans Transition House to host Operation Clean Sweep for Ward 3

The Board of Directors of the Southeastern Massachusetts Veterans Housing Program, Inc. – better known locally as the Veterans Transition House (VTH) – will host Operation Clean Sweep for Ward 3 on August 15. Volunteers are needed. Anyone interested in volunteering can pre-register by calling (508)979-1493 or visiting www.operationcleansweep.net and …

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Health Department Reopens Sections of New Bedford Beaches to Swimming

The New Bedford Health Department has announced that sections of public beach along East Beach (located along East Rodney French Boulevard) and West Beach (located along West Rodney French Boulevard) have reopened to swimming, while other sections remain closed to swimming today.  Acceptable water quality tests were obtained for the …

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Student Interns Gain Experience, Lend a Hand at National Park

Two students from Greater New Bedford Vocational-Technical School have been serving as interns at New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park this summer. Sara Elmoussaoui and Richard Johnson, both of whom will be entering their senior year of high school, joined the staff to do research and assist with Something Fishy …

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Join us for The Schwartz Center’s 27th Annual Walk

When you register, you can easily help our children by sharing your personal Walk page with friends and family (via email or social media), asking them to support your efforts. Registration is simple and only takes a few minutes. Your participation makes a huge difference in the lives of our …

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Suffolk County Sobriety Checkpoint on Saturday August 15, 2015 into Sunday August 16, 2015

Colonel Richard D. McKeon, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced that a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the Massachusetts State Police on a Public Way in the Counties named below. The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness to the need of …

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