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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
Seized scallops a 'bright light' for homeless veterans in New Bedford
The Environmental Police seized about 100 pounds of scallops Sunday and divided them between the Veterans Transition House and Missionaries of Charity. "When you have something special like this it makes a huge difference," said Jason Stripinis, business manager for the Veterans Transition House.Security measures to be bolstered at Brooks Elementary
NEW BEDFORD - Funding, which the Finance Committee recommended the City Council approve, would provide a "major security improvement" at the Elizabeth Carter Brooks Elementary School, according to school officials. The Finance Committee recommended its approval Tuesday night as part of a $4.1 million bond requested by Mayor Jon Mitchell to improve the school's windows, doors, boilers, fire alarm, handicap accessibility, a new vestibule and clerestory metal panels in addition stronger security.State plan to sell ex-orphanage will displace food pantry, 2 others
Three tenants at 593 Kempton St. - American Red Cross Food Pantry, PACE YouthBuild and House of Music - have to find a new home by the end of March. The 1893 building is the former St. Mary's Orphanage and was later used as a training place for K9s on the police department narcotics unit, according to The Standard-Times archives.Four displaced by Sunday kitchen fire
NEW BEDFORD - Firefighters quickly took action to put out a kitchen fire at a Pleasant Street home in about 10 minutes Sunday evening, according to officials. A man and woman of 1098 Pleasant St. were transported to St. Luke's Hospital for smoke inhalation.New Bedford Wellness Initiative celebrates Love Your Heart success
The New Bedford Wellness Initiative joined the Heart Health Movement on Feb. 11, 2018 with a free blood pressure screening at sites across New Bedford, dubbed Love Your Heart. In all, 681 blood pressure checks were conducted, which was more than double from 2017's total, at 20 citywide sites.Fairhaven Local Cultural Council Grant award winners announced
The Fairhaven Cultural Council recently announced the Fairhaven Local Cultural Council Grant award winners for 2018. In addition to demonstrating compliance with Massachusetts Cultural Council and local grant project guidelines, winning projects demonstrated the most benefit to our community and specifically for residents of Fairhaven, providing opportunities for all ages to participate in a variety of arts and humanities areas.Teachers, principals leaving New Bedford in greater numbers
Teacher resignations spiked in the city last year, more than doubling since Superintendent Pia Durkin arrived in 2013. And the numbers are on track to look similar this year, according to personnel reports.A father's 750-mile trip to New Bedford for answers
David "Skip" Brown, joined by his wife, Lynn, and a minister, followed a police detective through an opening in a wooded area of Buttonwood Park in a search for answers about his son's death. They entered the woods near the park's old warming house, the pond a short distance away.Free or low-cost ideas for February Vacation Week
As children cheer, parents may be asking - if they don' t have a vacation plan lined up - what can we do? The New Bedford Whaling Museum is kicking off activities with a free day for New Bedford residents on Monday. Len Cabral, great-grandson of Cape Verdean whalers, will be on hand to tell stories of adventures from Cape Verde, Africa, and the Caribbean.Dennison Memorial Community Center marks 150th milestone
What was started by New Bedford women to help poor and immigrant residents continues today as a safe haven for the city's youth to learn and play. "We strive to improve the educational attainment and personal development of at-risk youth and families by providing education, recreation and intervention services in a safe environment," according to the center's website.Boiler fire forces evacuation of Gomes School
A small fire in a boiler forced children and staff to evacuate from the Alfred J. Gomes Elementary School in New Bedford at about 2:30 p.m. Friday. No one was injured.Stay on top of traffic situations around New Bedford by knowing when...
Stay on top of traffic situations around New Bedford by knowing when and where the road crews will be working. - Eversource will be replacing the gas main on the following locations: Purchase Street at Wing Street; State Street at Willis Street; Homer Street at Parker Street; Austin Street at Cedar Street.Living life the Douglass way; Youngsters in YMCA Afterschool Program learn lessons from abolitionist
The YMCA's School Age Afterschool Program received a lesson in history and the importance of reading through the message of abolitionist, orator and New Bedford resident Frederick Douglass. Presenters from the New Bedford Historical Society spoke Tuesday to more than 95 YMCA students, ages 5-12, about Douglass' life and journey with a major focus on literacy and communication.New Bedford Dems to elect delegates to state convention
Democrats from all six New Bedford Wards will be holding caucuses on Sunday, Feb. 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Our Lady of the Angels Band Club, 1446 Acushnet Ave. They will elect up to 56 delegates and 24 alternates to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic Convention which will be held on Saturday, June 2 at the DCU Center in Worcester. At the state convention, Democrats from across Massachusetts will gather to meet fellow activists and hear from elected officials about policies and the ongoing organizing to "prevent drastic reductions in our rights by our current President and the Republican-held Congress," New Bedford Democratic City Committee chair Richard M. Drolet said in a news release.10 arrested in cocaine bust in New Bedford
Ten people were arrested Wednesday night as part of a narcotics investigation into a cocaine delivery service being operated out of 104 Tallman St. in the city's near North End, police said. The raid was conducted at Apartment 1 at that address by the New Bedford Police Department's Organized Crime Intelligence Bureau, a police spokeswoman said.8 arrested for assaulting, robbing New Bedford man
The man was assaulted by several people and robbed of his wallet containing cash shortly after he arrived at the Tinkham Street address, according to a spokeswoman for the New Bedford Police Department. The victim was not seriously injured, she said.Underwater video shows marine life growing at wind farm
Offshore wind proponents are touting new undersea footage that suggests a vibrant marine habitat is growing around the nation's first offshore wind farm - a five-turbine operation off Rhode Island's waters. The American Wind Energy Association, an industry trade group, says the roughly two-minute clip it posted on YouTube this week shows the potential for the nation's fishing industry as larger projects are envisioned up and down the East Coast in the coming years.
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