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Police seek public’s help in identifying female robber

On Friday afternoon this female attempted to rob a liquor store on Cove Rd. with what was believed to be a pellet gun. She fled without obtaining anything. Anyone with information on her identity can contact Det. Paul Fonseca at 508-991-6300 ext. 79507 or leave an anonymous tip at 508-961-4584.

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Knights of Columbus Memorial Project beautifies 14 local sites

Recently, the Knights of Columbus Father Hogan Council #14236 beautified Dartmouth’s veterans memorials. They assisted with roughly 14 sites throughout town. Aided by rakes, mulch, weed whackers and a readiness to get on their hands and knees and clean stone statues, members worked hard and enjoyed the opportunity to help. …

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Faces Of New Bedford – #22: Joseph Arruda

Meet Joseph “The Beardfather” Arruda, a 36-year-old direct support residential staff, founder of Beards of New Bedford, and President of the South Coast Beard and Mustache Guild. He also helps his wife run the gallery that she co-owns, TL6 the Gallery, which is located on William Street in downtown New …

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New Bedford Man Convicted of 2013 New Bedford Murder

Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III announced that Jeremy Amaral has been convicted of first degree murder and witness intimidation connected to the March 2013 slaying of 35-year-old Tiffany Ann Durfee in New Bedford. A jury of his peers voted to convict Mr. Amaral, 36, of New Bedford, …

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New Bedford man arrested for unarmed robbery

Earlier this week there was an unarmed robbery that took place at the 7-11 located at 1499 Acushnet Ave. The female clerk suffered a scratch to her hand during a struggle with the suspect. The suspect entered the store and attempted to use a debit card that did not match …

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Man Who Received Thousands of Dollars for Bogus Veterans Charity Convicted; Funds To Be Transferred to Wounded Warriors Project

Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III announced that a 53-year-old man accused of fraudulently receiving thousands of dollars for a bogus armed forces veterans’ charity has been convicted in Fall River Superior Court, and that proceeds seized during the investigation will be turned over to the Wounded Warriors …

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State Police Investigate Another Fatal Crash

This morning, at approximately 7:18 a.m., troopers from the State Police Barracks in Springfield responded to reports of a single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 91 Northbound at Exit 14 in West Springfield. Upon arrival, troopers discovered that a 2015 Honda Civic had been traveling northbound and for reasons still under …

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Chamber Music Series Presents “Oboe Chaud” November 7 & 8

The South Coast Chamber Music Series presents “Oboe Chaud” on November 7 & 8. In this second concert of the four-concert series, the spotlight is on oboist Donna Cobert as she performs two unique English works, Ernest Moeran’s rhapsodic Fantasy Quartet and York Bowen’s spicy sonata for oboe and piano. …

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