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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.
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 fire union contract approved; some changes to wait until 2018
NEW BEDFORD - The City Council approved $800,000 as part of a new contract with the city and the fire union last week but some of the details won't be implemented until early next year. The deal, which closed a more than 2-year hiatus for the union without a contract, called for a central communications dispatch center.New Bedford police make 13 arrests in 24 hours
The gang unit, port security and uniformed officers assigned to Station 3 in the North End helped make 13 arrests over a 24-hour period, police said. "This is part of a continuous effort to improve the quality of life for our residents and business owners who live in the North End,'' said Capt.New Bedford vigil to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and The Women's Center, based in New Bedford, is planning a candelight vigil to highlight the problem. "Domestic violence knows no boundaries," said Pamela MacLeod-Lima, executive director of the center. "It can happen to anyone, anywhere.HEALTH
Southcoast Wellness Van: NEW BEDFORD: Oct. 26, Presidential Heights Community Room, Filmore St; Oct. 30, New Bedford City Hall, 133 Williams St. WAREHAM: Oct. 19, The Good Shepherd Church, 74 High St. Addiction Support Series: Oct. 24. 7-9 p.m. The guest speaker and facilitator will be local psychotherapist Analia Cabral, LICSW. Everyone in the community is invited to join us for an evening of information and support.New Bedford Whaling Museum hosting knotting symposium
To coincide with the New Bedford Whaling Museum's exhibition, "Thou Shalt Knot: Clifford W. Ashley," this year the International Guild of Knot Tyers is holding their annual meeting at the Whaling Museum. "This gives the Museum a wonderful opportunity to partner with the Guild to celebrate knots with interesting lectures and demonstrations on all things knotty," museum officials say.CONCERTS
Narrows Center for the Arts: All shows at 8 p.m. unless noted. Oct. 19, Reeves Gabrels & His Imaginary Friends, $22/$25; Oct 20, Holly Bowling, $24/$27; Oct. 21, Mike Zito, $25/$27; Oct. 26, Dayna Kurtz and Milton, $22/$25; Oct. 27, America's Master Mentalist Jon Stetson, $25/$27; Oct. 28, Peter Rowan, $27/$30; Oct. 29, The Yardbirds, $58/$63/$88 VIP.Our View: Time for 'All Hands on Deck' for early literacy
A quietly growing collaboration in the city has been gaining momentum in supporting New Bedford's youngest population, working to change the city's future one family at a time. Now known as the Birth-3rd Partnership, the group of more than 20 organizations has implemented strategies to support children in developing literacy skills, raise awareness on the importance of early exposure to books and reading, and help families connect their children with language and words beginning in infancy.New Bedford police catch 2 in drug deal
Police arrested Mitchell Jackson, 27, of 136 Branscomb St. He was charged with possession of heroin and conspiracy to violate drug laws. Eric M. Victoria, 26, of 166 Nash Road, Apt.IoT In The Field: How One Massachusetts Farm Is Connecting Its Greenhouse To Optimize Plant Growth
Like many other small farms, Quansett Nurseries, nestled in Dartmouth, Mass., had little experience with even mobile technology, much less the Internet of Things - until the company teamed up with IoT Impact LABS, Dell, and others to deploy IoT solutions. "[IoT] is revolutionary for mea you have to realize that agriculture in general is not utilizing most technology," said Fred Dabney, owner of Quansett Nurseries.New Bedford road projects for week of Oct. 16-20
New Bedford's Department of Public Infrastructure has scheduled the following roadwork for the week of Oct. 16-20, 2017: Plymouth St between Brownell Ave. easterly Snow Street between Brownell Avenue to Allen Street. Brownell Avenue between Allen Street to Hawthorn Street.Students are given financial lessons
At the program that was held at Somerset Berkley Regional High School last Wednesday, students envisioned themselves as being 25 years old with a job and a salary after they had moved on from high school, graduated from college or left the military. The students were given a monthly income they could spend and then went around to different booths in the gymnasium at the high school where they spent that budget on housing, cars, clothing, insurance, personal luxury, groceries, health care and other expenses during the simulation of saving, spending and budgeting.It doesn't get more New Bedford than this
This just might be the most New Bedford pairing ever… The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center and "Moby Dick." The Z will offer another movie series free of charge to the public, through the sponsorship of Mayor Jon Mitchell and thanks to its new high-definition film projector. The classic movie series begins with "Moby Dick" on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 4 p.m., and continues with "It's a Wonderful Life," on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. Mayor Mitchell's Classic Movie Series comes after a highly successful summer movie series that drew over 1,200 movie goers to see "Jaws," "The Sandlot" and "Dirty Dancing" at downtown New Bedford's historic theater.Police shut down cocaine delivery service
NEW BEDFORD - Police shut down a cocaine delivery service based on Holly Street on Monday night shortly before 9:30, authorities said.. The narcotics unit arrested three people connected to the service out of 164 Holly St. Apt.Mass. Asian-American Caucus More Active Than Ever
BOSTON - October will be a productive month for the Massachusetts Asian-American Caucus, working on legislation to "ensure we're being counted," while also sharing themed cultural days at the Statehouse. Massachusetts is home to at least 19 recognized and diverse Asian ethnic groups, according to the caucus.Dennison Memorial Community Center hosts first Founders Award Dinner
NEW BEDFORD - The first Dennison Founders Award Dinner, presented by Bristol County Savings Bank, will be on Nov. 11 at the Valley Top at Allendale Country Club, 1047 Allen St. in Dartmouth. Dennison Memorial Community Center, one of the oldest nonprofit agencies serving the New Bedford area, was formally incorporated in 1868 by four altruistic women.NBHS gets strong accreditation marks despite library
New Bedford High School has received its accreditation report from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and a decision on re-accrediation is expected by the end of October, Headmaster Bernadette Coelho told the New Bedford School Committee on Monday. The report praises elements of the curriculum, culture, and instruction, but shines a light on problems in the school library, which it says stem from a lack of staffing that was only rectified last November.12 arrested over the weekend in the New Bedford's North End
Police said they arrested a dozen people over the weekend on drug charges, sexual conduct for a fee and outstanding warrants. The arrests are a result of increased patrols in the city's North End, with effort from the gang, narcotics and uniform patrol divisions, according to a statement from the department.
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