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The Select Board Monday night called for electing a charter commission charged with reviewing the town's government structure. But any real action will have to wait until officials decide whether to hold a special election or wait until next April.
Select Board candidate John George Jr. picked up an endorsement from Chairwoman Lara Stone earlier this week, as lawn signs for the former state representative began popping up across town ahead of April's election. The endorsement failed to impress
The Select Board shut down a Russells Mills store's bid for a wine and malt beverage license Monday night over concerns that it is too close to another liquor store and the high school. "It pains me a little bit to stay in the way of competition,"
The Select Board plans to finalize a ballot question Monday night that will ask residents this April whether the town should centralize power in the Select Board, move to a mayor and town council form of government, or maintain the status quo. The
Select Board candidate Patrick Curran picked up some kind words from outgoing board member Joseph L. Michaud Wednesday, who called the political newcomer a "viable alternative" to candidate John George Jr. Although Michaud stopped short of endorsing
Short-time resident and retiree Patrick Curran entered the race for the open Select Board seat soon to be vacated by outgoing member Joseph L...Curran, who has lived in town for about a year, took out papers Tuesday morning, according to the Town
Twenty years after he left office, former state Rep. John George Jr. wants back in and is seeking Select Board member Joseph L. Michaud's open seat in this April's town election. "Why wouldn't I run?"...George, the owner of John George Farms on
At least one candidate plans to throw his hat into the ring for Joseph L...Citing a desire to spend more time with his family, a busy law practice and increased duties in the Army Reserve, Michaud announced he would not seek a third term on the board
The Planning and Select boards opted to hold off on further revising the solar bylaws until a nonbinding referendum can be placed on April's ballot to judge support for large-scale, industrial solar farms in residential areas. But even though the
New Bedford Medical Associates' new center gives SouthCoast residents another option for walk-in care while avoiding the emergency room. The Walk-In Center opened in April across from the VF Outlet on Faunce Corner Road. The center offers services