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Rita E. (Auger) Marshall, age 92, of New Bedford, passed away peacefully, on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at St...She was the loving wife of the late Richard Marshall and the daughter of Ida Poineau and Damase Auger. She was born in New Bedford, spent
New Bedford/Fairhaven Bridge Route 6 New Bedford/Fairhaven Bridge opened Saturday. International Market Place Contractor working on miscellaneous items throughout project. Union Street Project Installing cobblestone at the intersection of Union
Adeline "Addie" Grenon, age 95, of Acushnet, formerly of Fairhaven, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 11, 2014 at Alden Court Nursing Care and Rehabilitation. She was born in New Bedford and was the daughter of Mary (Jose) and Manuel Enos. Mrs.
He worked as a Pressman at the New Bedford Standard-Times for nineteen years, retiring in 2010. In addition to his wife, survivors include: two children, Thomas Francis and his wife Sheri of New Bedford and Michael Francis, also of New Bedford; two
Two men died today after falling from a crane while working in a Bourne sand pit, according to authorities. Bourne police received a call at 12:37 p.m. and found that two men had fallen about 140 feet from the toppled crane at Cape Cod Aggregates
UMass Dartmouth dining options will soon include three downtown eateries and students on a tour of those restaurants Friday reached a consensus: yum. Starting in fall 2014, students will be able to use their UMass Dartmouth ID cards to swipe in and
The Boston Redevelopment Authority this week unveiled plans for a 40-acre strip of land and water between the North End and Fort Point Channel. The area is dotted with small parks, open spaces, public walkways and wharves that are rich in history,
Joseph O'Donnell, 55, pleaded not guilty today in Dorchester Municipal Court to two counts of larceny over $250. He is being held on $10,000 cash bail, and will be required to wear a GPS tracking device and abide by a curfew should he post it,
A central Massachusetts hospital says it is considering staff cuts as it faces a $7.3 million reduction in Medicare and Medicaid payments and $2.5 million decline in revenues because of reduced patient volume. HealthAlliance Hospital, with campuses
Greeter program debuts at City Hall David Kamerman/Globe Staff Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the City of Boston are introducing City Hall's greeter pilot program with the goal of making City Hall a welcoming and helpful place for visitors and residents.