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Your View: Why Is There A Great Wall Between New Bedford Public Schools and Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech?

When is it appropriate to deny students the ability to experience an education that will serve them for the rest of their lives? I believe most people would agree the answer to that question is simple: NEVER! However, for hundreds of parents and middle school students from the City of New Bedford, t

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-17 08:01:00

Bedford High vs Town hockey game set for next Friday

A Thanksgiving tradition returns for another year, with employees from the town taking on the Bedford High School hockey team on Friday, Nov. 24. The game is being organized by Bedford Firefighter Nick Anderson, who previously played for Bedford High School and competed in the previous incarnation o

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-16 17:40:53

5 Things to do around Bedford this week

Breakfast and BINGO; Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 9:30 a.m. at Bedford Council on Aging, 12 Mudge Way: Brightview Concord River is back at the CoA and is sponsoring monthly Breakfast and BINGO events. Play for a chance to win prized and breakfast will be provided for participants. Sign up by calling 781-275-

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-15 21:01:00

"Noises Off" premiers this week at Bedford High School

Noises Off, a play that takes the audience behind the scenes off an acting group that is struggling to produce their own production, will premiere this Friday at Bedford High School. The play takes place over three acts and focuses on the cast and crew of a farcical production titled Nothing On as t

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-15 20:07:43

New Bedford forum set on women's economic empowerment

Massachusetts Treasurer Deb Goldberg has announced an additional location for the Women's Economic Empowerment Series. The initiative, launched in collaboration with Citizens Bank, is a free program focusing on wage negotiation, money management, retirement and investment strategies for women. The w


Police: Lawrence man who is Uber driver sold heroin to undercover state police

BOSTON - A Lawrence man working as an Uber driver has been charged with drug trafficking after allegedly selling heroin to undercover state police in Boston. Ariel Pimental, 26, was arraigned in South Boston Municipal Court on Thursday, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley and

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 13:49:00

History shows Bristol County police-involved deaths are justified

As the investigation into the fatal officer-involved shooting of Larry Ruiz-Barreto continues it is far from the first time that the Bristol County District Attorney's office has reviewed the death of a person by police. Below is a sampling of those incidents from the past 10 years. According to the

HERALD NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:00:00

Register Now for Spring Courses at Middlesex Community College

Spring-semester enrollment is now open - classes begin Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, in Bedford & Lowell and online Registration is now open for spring-semester courses at Middlesex Community College. Classes begin Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, on the Bedford and Lowell campuses, and online. A complete listing

PATCH - 2017-11-17 15:55:08

Collaborative effort targets South End

Niagara University is joining with Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, the school district, city government and more than 20 other partners to clean up several center city neighborhood blocks. The aim is to bolster housing stock in the city's South End, part of larger effort to attract the staff

NIAGARA GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 23:39:37

New Anchor Bar opens in Niagara Falls

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - The newest Anchor Bar location has opened in Niagara Falls. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday for the new restaurant, located inside the Holiday Inn at 114 Buffalo Ave. The new location is the tenth Anchor Bar restaurant and the first in Niagara County. It seat

WIVB - 2017-11-16 21:43:07

WNY lights up purple for pancreatic cancer

CLARENCE CENTER, N.Y. (WKBW) - November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, and on World Pancreatic Cancer Day (November 16), Western New York will shine purple. Seven locations, including Buffalo City Hall, Peace Bridge, and Niagara Falls will all be lit up purple, the color for pancreatic cancer

WKBW-TV - 2017-11-16 23:51:02

More money for after school programs

BUFFALO, N.Y.(WKBW) - Governor Cuomo is awarding $2.5 million to expand after-school programs in Western New York. It's part of $35 million investment to support high-need school districts statewide. "An investment in our children is an investment in the future of this state," Governor Cuomo sai

WKBW-TV - 2017-11-16 22:54:47

Volunteer firefighter accused of stealing $19,000

TOWN OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) - A volunteer firefighter in the Town of Tonawanda stands accused of stealing more than $19,000 from his fire company. Police say Timothy Kler, 35, had been helping himself to the money since January while serving as treasurer of the River Road Volunteer Fire Departmen

WKBW-TV - 2017-11-16 21:30:36

Niagara Falls church to offer class in Narcan use

The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Niagara will host a free two-hour program that will teach people to use Narcan to save a person from an opiod overdose. Those who complete the training, provided by the Erie County Health Department, will be given a free Narcan kit to take home, supplied by

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:58:33

Program set to restore third vacant NT property

MIA SUMMERSON/staffThe building at 301 Payne Ave. is the last of three properties the LCDC took on in an attempt to find buyers willing to put in the work to restore them. The other two properties were on Oliver Street, both selling for $1,000. MIA SUMMERSON/staffAn area property manager has propose

NIAGARA GAZETTE - 2017-11-17 01:16:19

Pushing through the pain of Crohn's Disease

GRAND ISLAND, N.Y. (WKBW) - One is every 200 people are living with Crohn's Disease meaning roughly 5,000 Western New Yorkers have the disease. Nick Antonelli of Grand Island is an inspiration to those living with Crohn's. He spends up to two hours a day at the gym and competes in body building phy

WKBW-TV - 2017-11-17 04:26:41

House tax reform passage draws strong local response

NEW HARTFORD - Before U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney voted in approval of the GOP tax reform plan, about a dozen people gathered Thursday morning outside of her office along French Road urging her to vote otherwise. Wielding signs with messages critical of Tenney and the House of Representatives Tax Cuts

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-16 19:13:59

Thanksgiving weekend brings feast of performances

What would you say is the biggest live music night of the year? New Year's Eve? St. Patrick's Day? Christmas? Nope, not any of those; it's Thanksgiving Eve, the Wednesday before Turkey Day. I have no empirical data to back that up, but I have gone to many, many bars on that night, just to, well, you

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-16 18:01:00

LETTER: Attend ZBA meeting, oppose Aldi request for two, 9-foot business signs

TO: Members of the Village of Cazenovia Zoning Board of Appeals The legal notice in the November 1, 2017 edition of the Cazenovia Republican indicates that a public hearing will be held at 7 PM on Tuesday, November 7 to consider the appeal of Sphere Cazenovia LLC seeking relief from zoning regulatio

EAGLENEWSONLINE.COM - 2017-11-16 15:27:53

Irish pub opens on Albany Street

McCarthy's Pub opened last week on Albany Street in Cazenovia. Pictured from left: Greeter/doorman Brady Sopcheck; co-owner Keely O'Hara, host Kevin McCarthy, and artist Paul Parpard, who designed the sign. (submitted photo) By Jason Emerson Editor The answer to everyone's question in Cazenovia is:

EAGLENEWSONLINE.COM - 2017-11-16 17:53:46