The Standard-Times. May Taste of SouthCoast features more than 20 restaurants; Brockton votes for its casino, but what's it mean to New Bedford? Plus, Mayor Mitchell presents a lean budget for 2016 and more.
The Standard-Times. July 13, 2015. Grab a copy and visit us online at SouthCoastToday.com for more on the great work of some New Bedford students, the boost city businesses are getting from festivals and events, and more news from SouthCoast and beyond.
The Standard-Times. June 16, 2015. Grab a copy and visit SouthCoastToday.com for more on the closing of the Kempton School in New Bedford, the pro-casino group's campaign and more news from SouthCoast and beyond.
The Standard-Times. July New Bedford superintendent rated "proficient"; new mural pops up on North End; couple most likely won't face criminal charges in Tiverton animal case, and more.
The Standard-Times. June 28, 2015. Unique case of Acushnet gunman puzzles many in law enforcement; tourists are stopping by New Bedford to see what all the buzz is about; Fairhaven Homecoming Fair a success; mother-daughter team creates Farm to Baby business, and more.
The Standard-Times. Aug. 19, 2015. First look at Wednesday's front page: New Bedford mayor's race between Jon Mitchell and Maria Giesta; public asked to weigh in on two designs for New Bedford-Fairhaven Bridge; police ask seniors to use caution if a woman comes knocking on their door, and more.
The Standard-Times. May 2015 'Miscommunications' lead to the need for race talks at UMD; superintendent proposes bus route changes and closure of Kempton school to save New Bedford money; Freetown calls public hearing for treasure and more.
The Standard-Times. July The Feast begins with blessings and raindrops; couple says Dartmouth travel agency booked dream wedding but didn't pay; crossing guards to return to New Bedford public schools, and more.
The Standard-Times. Aug. 6, 2015 Volunteers reach out to New Bedford homeless camp; teddy bears and their buddies were on parade in Fairhaven; Pope Francis calls for an 'open door' church; a New Bedford firehouse transforms into a high-end clothier, and more.