Our United Way is one of over 1,300 independent, self-governing United Way organizations throughout the United States and is overseen by a local Board of Directors. Our service area covers nine communities, including: New Bedford, Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester and Wareham.
TOMORROW!!!!!! It is finally here! The 19th annual Clambake hosted down at fishermans wharf is kicking off at 5pm, we can’t wait to see you there. If any friends or family would like to join you for the local seafood, live music, and chance to win at the auction, have them contact us at 508 994 9625 ext or go online at http://www.unitedwayofgnb.org/19th-annual-clambake/
19TH ANNUAL CLAMBAKE IS ALMOST HERE! Come an enjoy an evening of live music, fresh local seafood, and an auction. We’d love to see you there on June 14th, at Pier 3, Downtown New Bedford. Tickets and sponsorships are still available. Contact 508-994-9625 ext 10 ! or visit http://www.unitedwayofgnb.org/19th-annual-clambake/
The mother of a baby that was found trapped in a China sewer pipe will not face any charges, police said Thursday, as the boy left hospital with his grandparents.
Show casing some of the local youth’s talent
The New Bedford School Department said they need to cut 250 jobs in order to meet the next school yearâs fiscal budget.
what are your thoughts?
So I took a quick trip out to New Bedford over this past weekend-out of 87 photos, here’s a few of my favorites.
ship coming through at sunrise in New Bedford. Photos by me. Every morning i would be there to watch the sun rise on East Beach.
Lighthouse East Beach New Bedford at Sunrise photos by me
I just found my hometown in the Library of Congress archives, too. A bunch of kids playing hockey on Park Pond in New Bedford, Mass., Jan. 1912.
This is apparently part of a collection on child labor in mills across the United States.
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