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New Bedford is the home of the New Bedford Whaling Museum, the country's largest museum on the subject of whaling and the history of interaction between humans and whales. The Museum has the skeletons of a 66-foot long baby blue whale (obtained in 2000), a 35-foot long adult humpback whale (obtained in 1900), and a 45-foot long sperm whale (obtained in 2004) on display. All whales died in New England waters and were cleaned and assembled for display.

Population: 91365
Local Newspapers: Fall River Herald News New Bedford Standard-Times
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Fisher College

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Towns/Cities near new bedford, massachusetts : Bliss Corner Acushnet Dartmouth Westport

New Bedford News
New Bedford School Committee orders John Oliveira off school grounds

The New Bedford School Committee has issued a no-trespass order against one of its own members, John Oliveira, essentially extending a previous order the deputy superintendent of schools issued in November. The order reads, "John A. Oliveira may not appear on property under the control of the New Bedford Public Schools for any purpose except to attend a meeting of the full School Committee.

Making good choices; sheriff, inmate offer SouthCoast students powerful lesson

But before any of the ninth-graders from Atlantis Charter School in Fall River could say anything, Rocco stepped in and answered for them. Rocco was right; he is an inmate at the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth serving a 12-month sentence for domestic violence, and he was at Atlantis Tuesday morning and Holy Family Holy Name in New Bedford Wednesday morning to talk to students about the importance of making the right choices.

Six decades as lumper have netted indelible memories

Jimmy Dwyer spent a Saturday at Pier 3 unloading yellowtail flounder nearly six decades ago. As a 16-year-old, he made $8.11 for his day's work.

'I've been healed of the shame': sex trafficking survivor shares her story at UMass Law

DARTMOUTH - When Jasmine Grace Marino was in her late teens, she graduated from a vocational-technical high school, looking forward to being a hairdresser and a writer. She never dreamed of being a sex trafficking victim, but it became her reality, she told a packed classroom at the UMass Dartmouth Law School Thursday.

Your Theatre to announce upcoming season lineup

Your Theatre, Inc.'s Board of Directors and Artistic Team are hosting a Season Announcement Event on Friday, Jan. 26 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Artistic Directors Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr. and Robin Richard will reveal the company's 72nd Season lineup, and will be joined by the staff directors and other guests at 136 Rivet Street, New Bedford. Each of the directors for the new season will give a brief overview of the show selected and why they selected it for presentation.

Boston makes list of Amazon finailsts; New Bedford out

Amazon reviewed has selected 20 finalists out of 238 proposals from across the United States, Canada and Mexico to host HQ2, the company's second headquarters in North America. The list does not include New Bedford or Rhode Island.

Funds lined up to complete recycling facility in Rochester

This small town may soon be the North American vanguard in recycling, thanks to a coming development called Zero Waste Solutions, a branch of ABC Disposal LLC of New Bedford. Michael Camara, CEO of ABC, announced in a news release the company has reached a milestone in the project by wrapping up the finances and clearing the way for construction, equipping and beginning operations in the fall.

Acushnet VFW Post 7239 salutes essay winners, teacher

Commander Donald R. Lafond & Auxiliary President Diane E. Lafond of the Thomas E Tuttle VFW Post 7239 are congratulating the following award winners in the VFW's iconic essay contests. In the VFW "Patriots Pen Essay Competition," Victoria M. Perry, a home-schooled eighth grade student, was the first place post winner while Angelann M. Polangcos, a sixth-grader at Albert Ford Middle School, Acushnet was the second place winner, according to a news release.

EPA: New Bedford Harbor among top opportunities in New England

New Bedford Harbor has been identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection agency as one of two Superfund sites in New England with the greatest potential for redevelopment and commercial use. No funding comes with the designation, but additional staff time and attention could be devoted to the sites, EPA spokeswoman Kelsey Dumville said in an interview.

Firefighters, paramedics save, revive New Bedford woman after fire

Firefighters carried an unresponsive woman from a burning building on Tinkham Street early Wednesday and paramedics later revived her with a cyanide antidote that reverses the effects of smoke inhalation, fire officials said. The 56-year-old woman, who is not identified, also suffered second-degree burns over 20 percent of her body, according to Fire Chief Michael Gomes.

New Bedford man in 'upskirting' case faces more charges

A New Bedford man charged in August with shooting videos up the skirts of women at a Yarmouth clothing store has been arrested again on charges he videotaped a teenage girl in a shower in Falmouth, according to court documents. David Wong, 50, pleaded not guilty Jan. 8 in Falmouth District Court to one count each of photographing an unsuspecting person and possession of child pornography, records show.

Downtown New Bedford tavern to reopen after crash

The Pour Farm Tavern, closed Tuesday after a vehicle crashed into the front of the building, will reopen Wednesday evening, according to the manager. The crash happened when the driver of a 2012 Subaru Forester, identified as Anne M. Lamar, 24, of Lexington, struck the front of the building as she was attempting to parallel park in front of the bar at 780 Purchase St., according to the accident report.

New Bedford volunteers get close-up view of human need in Puerto Rico

Four volunteers returned from Puerto Rico on Thursday with a sharper understanding of why people have fled to New Bedford following Hurricane Maria four months ago. Although authorities in Puerto Rico report that more than 60 percent of customers have electricity, many people in small towns still have no power or running water, according to Maria Rosario, executive director of NorthStar Learning Centers in New Bedford.

Our View: On MLK Day, an appeal to our better natures

The Rev. Cordell Polk, the charismatic pastor of United House of Prayer for All People, quoted Dr. King's inspiring turn of phrase Sunday at a rousing MLK Day service at the First Unitarian Church in New Bedford.

New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center presents 'By the Sweat of Our Brow'

New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is gearing up for "By the Sweat of Our Brow," an illustrated talk by performing artist Sylvia Ann Soares. Created from the oral history interviews of elder Cape Verdean longshoremen of International Longshoremen's Association Local 1329, the performance, set for Friday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m., brings the stories of real people to life.

Your Theatre's one-act plays in New Bedford pack laughs, drama

As its 71st Season's second special attraction, Your Theatre Inc. will present two one-act plays Feb. 1 to 3 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 4 at 2:30 p.m. Lawrence R. Houbre Jr. of New Bedford will direct Joseph Bologna's and Rene Taylor's comedy "Mr. Lewis And Mrs. Wexel." Edward J. Maguire of Fairhaven will direct William Saroyan's drama "Hello Out There."

NBPD target street-level drug sales, arrest 4

Four men were arrested Monday as narcotics detectives targeted street-level drug sales in the city's near North End, police said. Detectives with the department's Organized Crime Intelligence Bureau observed a suspected drug transaction in the area of Hope and Tinkham streets about 12:05 p.m. and arrested two men, according to Lt.

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