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Mayor Encourages Residents, Business Owners to Take Preparedness Steps as Hurricane Season Peaks

Know the Risk, Be Prepared, Stay Informed

Mayor Jon Mitchell and New Bedford Emergency Management Director Mark Mahoney today urged City residents and business owners to take basic preparedness measures to mitigate the risk of property damage, injuries and loss of life in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.    . . . Read More

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City Extends Warning Period for Violations of New Trash & Recycling Program

Will continue to issue tickets for certain infractions but grants additional time for residents to adjust to new system New Bedford, Massachusetts–Mayor Jon Mitchell announced today that the City will provide a one month extension (until the end of October 2014) to the warning period for violations for some of the recently enacted ordinance changes […]

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New Bedford High School College and Career Readiness Center to Celebrate October College Month

Activities planned to assist students and families with college exploration, planning and the application process New Bedford, Massachusetts– The New Bedford High School College and Career Readiness Family Engagement Center in collaboration with Educational Talent Search, College Access, and GEAR UP are planning a month full of special events to kick-off the college exploration, planning, […]

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New Bedford Celebrates Official Reopening of Buttonwood Park Basketball Courts

Friends of Buttonwood Park spearheads, fundraises for restoration project   New Bedford, Massachusetts –The community celebrated today the replacement of three heavily used but seriously deteriorated basketball courts in Buttonwood Park with two new state-of the-art high school-size courts and a college-size court. The refurbished basketball courts are the end result of a campaign to […]

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New Bedford Health Department Seeks Volunteer Coaches to Help Improve Balance and Reduce Fear of Falling in Older Adults

  New Bedford, Massachusetts-The New Bedford Health Department is currently seeking volunteer to help lead a structured program designed to help older adults in the Greater New Bedford Area remain active, improve balances kills, and reduce their concerns about falling. The program, “A Matter of Balance,” is widely used nationally and internationally and has been […]

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New Bedford Hosts U.S. EPA Head Gina McCarthy at Superfund Site Turned Solar Park

City, State & Fed Leaders Call Transformation of the Contaminated Site a National Model  City Energy Initiative Advances With Completion of Sullivan’s Ledge Solar Project – Helping Create Local Jobs, Save Taxpayers Millions, And Turn Contaminated Properties Into Clean Energy Generators  New Bedford, Massachusetts – With help from U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, New Bedford’s […]

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Mayor Mitchell, Fire Chief Unveil Two New Fire Engines

New Bedford, Massachusetts- Mayor Jon Mitchell joined with Fire Chief Michael Gomes at a press conference in front of City Hall today to announce important equipment upgrades for the New Bedford Fire Department. The City has acquired two brand new, custom-built fire engines that will replace two twenty-five year-old apparatus in the Fire Department’s fleet. […]

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New Bedford Modernizing Streetlights

Conversion to brighter, more efficient LEDs will save money and enhance New Bedford neighborhoods New Bedford, Massachusetts- Mayor Jon Mitchell announced today that crews have begun the process of upgrading streetlights citywide to brighter, energy efficient ones. Municipally-owned “cobrahead” fixtures and all other existing streetlights and traffic signals, are being replaced with new, modern fixtures […]

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Drop-off Days Set to Dispose of Confidential Papers, Tires, Prescription Drugs, Sharps, & Hazardous Waste

New Bedford — The City, Refuse District, and Police Department are hosting events this fall to help residents discard confidential papers, tires, prescription drugs, sharps (needles), and household hazardous waste. Paper Shred Day will take place on September 20th from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lot across from City Hall, on the corner […]

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New Bedford Cultural Council Seeks Funding Proposals for Community-Oriented Arts, Humanities, and Interpretive Sciences Programming, Announces New 2014-2015 Application Guidelines

  New Bedford, Massachusetts- The New Bedford Cultural Council (NBCC) is now accepting grant proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences programs. Grant applications are due Wednesday, October 15, 2014. New Bedford Cultural Council (NBCC) funds programs that promote excellence, access, education, and diversity in the Arts, Humanities and Interpretive Sciences to improve the […]

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Mass Department of Public Health Awards Continued Funding to Mass in Motion New Bedford

    New Bedford, Massachusetts—The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has awarded another round of funding to New Bedford to support the continuation of the Mass in Motion New Bedford (MiM NB) program. The funding will allow the program to continue to operate for another three years creating policy, systems, and environmental changes to make […]

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EEE Found in Mosquitoes in Area of Washburn & Logan Streets

New Bedford, Massachusetts- The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) has notified the New Bedford Health Department that a primarily bird-biting / occasional mammal biting mosquito has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in the area of Washburn and Logan Streets in New Bedford. The Bristol County Mosquito Control Program completed its spraying program […]

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