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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

Zip Codes associated with new bedford, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near new bedford, massachusetts : Bliss Corner Acushnet Dartmouth Westport

New Bedford News
Southcoast Health Wellness Van sets out to help Hurricane Maria victims

NEW BEDFORD - Marializ Rodriguez, 31, visited the Southcoast Health Wellness Van parked Monday afternoon on South Second Street to sign up for health insurance. She came to New Bedford about two weeks ago after visiting her mother in New York and fleeing Puerto Rico.

Government shutdown hit federal offices in New Bedford

The government shutdown appeared headed for reversal at the end of Day 3 on Monday, but not before the shutdown affected operations at some federal offices in New Bedford. The Social Security office offered only limited transactions Monday.

School nurses, NBEA help New Bedford students with coats, more

School nurses from the New Bedford Public Schools distributed winter coats and hygiene products to needy students Monday as part of an annual coat drive led by nurses and sponsored by the New Bedford Educators Association. Using money the association receives from the Massachusetts Teachers' Association - $2 per union member - plus local fundraising, a few nurses and supervisor Wanda Nunes purchase the coats based on needs that each nurse has identified in their school, according to Lou St. John, the union president.

Government shutdown: What's closed, what's open in New Bedford

The shutdown of the federal government began to affect New Bedford offices on Monday as visitors to Social Security were advised that only a limited set of transactions could be performed. A security officer outside the Hastings Keith Federal Building broke the news to visitors before they reached the metal detectors inside.

Author talk and book signing with local author Filomena Tripp

New Bedford author Filomena Tripp will be in the Great Ponds Gallery at the Lakeville Public Library on Tuesday, February 6 at 6:00PM to discuss and sign her recently published memoir, "Invisible Courage." Ms. Tripp was born in 1955 with multiple birth defects and wasn't expected to live beyond her toddler years.

Wybraniecs donate TV to Veterans Transition House

During this past Christmas Season, Past Exalted Ruler John Wybraniec and his wife Clara , of Wareham-New Bedford Elks Lodge No. 73, donated a 42-inch smart TV to the Veterans Transition House in New Bedford.

Three hurt when New Bedford driver crashes in Bridgewater

BRIDGEWATER - A New Bedford man and the passenger in the vehicle he was driving were both thrown from their car after crashing into the woods along Route. 24 in Bridgewater.

New book published on New England's most accomplished families

A new book was released entitled "The Peabodys: New England's most accomplished family" by Richard Peabody Plumer. It profiles 10 Peabodys, who were greatly accomplished across the diverse fields of shipping, investment banking, philanthropy, public education, fine arts, literature, architecture, private education, the coal industry, military service, publishing, and politics including one of New Bedford's own.

Victoria Kalisz named Miss New Bedford's Outstanding Teen 2018

Ten outstanding teens competed in the 8th annual Miss New Bedford's Outstanding Teen pageant, but only one walked away with the crown, hundreds of dollars in scholarship prizes, gifts, entry to the state pageant, and the year of a lifetime. Victoria Kalisz, a 16-year-old sophomore at Fairhaven High School, impressed the judges with her confidence, public speaking abilities, stage presence, poise, and talent – singing a jazzy rendition of "California Dreamin'." In addition to winning the title and a $500 scholarship, Kalisz also received the Interview Award - a $100 scholarship - for earning the highest points in the interview competition, a press release about the competition stated.

Business Newsmaker: Three New Bedford companies in spotlight at PGA Merchandise Show

When the PGA 2018 Merchandise Show, the industry's annual "Major of Golf Business," kicks off in Florida, three New Bedford companies will be prominently featured. Titleist, AHEAD and Moby Dick Brewing Co.

Jack Spillane: New Bedford's great and mighty harbor

Somewhere in the 1760s, Joseph Rotch and his sons took a look around our fine harbor and saw dollar signs. Over the next 20 years, they built up a secondary outpost at Bedford Village for their fabulously successful whaling industry until by the 1780s, New Bedford had replaced Nantucket as their main port.

Our View: Important research helps New Bedford reclaim its history

That was the case in New Bedford with James B. Congdon in the 19th century. He not only was the leader of the modern day public school and free library movements in the city, he was an important abolitionist.

Odie's Place adds people to its list of rescue concerns

NEW BEDFORD - Odie's Place, the non-profit that has made a splash rescuing stray and endangered dogs and cats, has turned its attention to the needy people in the SouthCoast. Odie's Place founder Brian Harrington, who has spent countless hours on the shelter and on the "palooza" events that raise money for such things as supplies to care for the animals, this time turned the organization's attention to people with a basic need: a warm jacket in the winter.

Don Cuddy: Local crab fisherman finds niche market with slime eels

Slime eel, it's what's for dinner. Well perhaps not on menus around here but in South Korea 'ggomjangeo' is extremely popular and, barbecued, is sold on the streets like hot dogs.

Students prepare for Catholic Schools Week

Catholic schools in the Fall River Diocese will observe Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 28 through Feb. 3, with Masses, open houses and a variety of special programs and activities. Celebrated annually across the country, beginning on the last Sunday in January, the week is designed to highlight the value of a Catholic education to young people and its contributions to the Church and wider community.

Real Estate Newsmakers

Orcutt and his wife Terry started their Christian ministry, which they named "My Brother's Keeper" in the basement of their Taunton home in 1988. Now supported by thousands of volunteers working out of two state-of-the-art warehouses, the organization delivers free furniture, food, and household goods to formerly homeless families who have moved into apartments.

2007 crackdown offers template

Immigration advocates are drawing lessons from an infamous ICE raid in New Bedford a decade ago to prepare for the potential of renewed sweeps as rhetoric ratchets up between federal officials and other states. "During New Bedford, we put together a toolkit for how to deal with these situations," said Eva Millona, executive director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy coalition.

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