Back to school

“So disappointing.” “What is the stupid reason for denying the sale?” “Ridiculous.” “Pathetic.” “It’s an election year, and they are worried about pissing off the 24 voters in the neighborhood.” “This is baffling to me.” Those are just some of the public reaction comments to the 5-4 vote by City Council members to deny the […]

It’s Haskell Public Gardens Season

Haskell Public Gardens off Shawmut Avenue in New Bedford is the city’s not-so-hidden gem. In fact, with volunteer planting days, plant sales, children’s events and public art shows, it’s become a terrific destination in Ward 3 – #NBW3. As Spring teases, join Kristin McCullin, Haskell Horticulturist, for a guided tour around the property this Saturday, […]

New Bedford’s Ticket to Ride

Above – New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell welcomes Tracy A. Corley, PhD., Transit-Oriented Development Fellow for MassINC., to New Bedford. By Steven Froias / Contributing Writer The Southern Massachusetts TTOD Regional Forum rode into town on Monday, April 8 in New Bedford – and before you click back to cat videos on YouTube, cut your […]