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Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Posted Mar 3, 2019 at 3:56 PM NEW BEDFORD — Visioning sessions are underway to help New Bedford Public Schools develop a new district plan. A few community leaders invited to the meetings who spoke with The Standard-Times said they’re pleased with how they’ve been...

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‘American Dream’ realized for 28 people in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD — Francisco Lopes Pereira has lived in the United States for about 30 years. The 65-year-old from Cape Verde has a car. He’s also a homeowner. A single sheet of paper, though, surpassed it all Friday within the Immigrants Assistance Center. It was Lopes...

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Immigrants’ Assistance Center fundraiser raises about $23K

NEW BEDFORD — The Immigrants’ Assistance Center Summer Fundraiser at the Madeiran Heritage Museum raised about $23,000 to provide crucial services to local immigrant families. The center’s executive director, Helena da Silva Hughes, said the funds will be used to...

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Local immigrant advocates see pain of separated families

NEW BEDFORD — Corinn Williams of the Community Economic Development Center said her office is just beginning to deal with the problem of families being affected by separations at the border. “These folks have a legitimate claim for asylum” and wouldn’t leave...

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Immigrants’ Assistance Center honors Laurie Bullard

The Immigrants’ Assistance Center presented its inaugural Laurie Bullard Award for “relentless advocacy and unwavering devotion to the immigrant community” to Laurie Bullard, formerly of New Bedford and now of Westport, on Friday. From late 2016 through early 2018,...

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LETTER OF THANKS

Kids helping kids: Thank you to Morrissey siblings The Immigrants’ Assistance Center daily sees the fear and worry that our neighbors here from other countries suffer. Together, we work mightily to address those concerns, with the help of a range of individuals,...

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Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Posted Mar 3, 2019 at 3:56 PM NEW BEDFORD — Visioning sessions are underway to help New Bedford Public Schools develop a new district plan. A few community leaders invited to the meetings who spoke with The Standard-Times said they’re pleased with how they’ve been...

read more

‘American Dream’ realized for 28 people in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD — Francisco Lopes Pereira has lived in the United States for about 30 years. The 65-year-old from Cape Verde has a car. He’s also a homeowner. A single sheet of paper, though, surpassed it all Friday within the Immigrants Assistance Center. It was Lopes...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center fundraiser raises about $23K

NEW BEDFORD — The Immigrants’ Assistance Center Summer Fundraiser at the Madeiran Heritage Museum raised about $23,000 to provide crucial services to local immigrant families. The center’s executive director, Helena da Silva Hughes, said the funds will be used to...

read more

Local immigrant advocates see pain of separated families

NEW BEDFORD — Corinn Williams of the Community Economic Development Center said her office is just beginning to deal with the problem of families being affected by separations at the border. “These folks have a legitimate claim for asylum” and wouldn’t leave...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center honors Laurie Bullard

The Immigrants’ Assistance Center presented its inaugural Laurie Bullard Award for “relentless advocacy and unwavering devotion to the immigrant community” to Laurie Bullard, formerly of New Bedford and now of Westport, on Friday. From late 2016 through early 2018,...

read more

LETTER OF THANKS

Kids helping kids: Thank you to Morrissey siblings The Immigrants’ Assistance Center daily sees the fear and worry that our neighbors here from other countries suffer. Together, we work mightily to address those concerns, with the help of a range of individuals,...

read more
Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Posted Mar 3, 2019 at 3:56 PM NEW BEDFORD — Visioning sessions are underway to help New Bedford Public Schools develop a new district plan. A few community leaders invited to the meetings who spoke with The Standard-Times said they’re pleased with how they’ve been...

read more

‘American Dream’ realized for 28 people in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD — Francisco Lopes Pereira has lived in the United States for about 30 years. The 65-year-old from Cape Verde has a car. He’s also a homeowner. A single sheet of paper, though, surpassed it all Friday within the Immigrants Assistance Center. It was Lopes...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center fundraiser raises about $23K

NEW BEDFORD — The Immigrants’ Assistance Center Summer Fundraiser at the Madeiran Heritage Museum raised about $23,000 to provide crucial services to local immigrant families. The center’s executive director, Helena da Silva Hughes, said the funds will be used to...

read more

Local immigrant advocates see pain of separated families

NEW BEDFORD — Corinn Williams of the Community Economic Development Center said her office is just beginning to deal with the problem of families being affected by separations at the border. “These folks have a legitimate claim for asylum” and wouldn’t leave...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center honors Laurie Bullard

The Immigrants’ Assistance Center presented its inaugural Laurie Bullard Award for “relentless advocacy and unwavering devotion to the immigrant community” to Laurie Bullard, formerly of New Bedford and now of Westport, on Friday. From late 2016 through early 2018,...

read more

LETTER OF THANKS

Kids helping kids: Thank you to Morrissey siblings The Immigrants’ Assistance Center daily sees the fear and worry that our neighbors here from other countries suffer. Together, we work mightily to address those concerns, with the help of a range of individuals,...

read more
Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Posted Mar 3, 2019 at 3:56 PM NEW BEDFORD — Visioning sessions are underway to help New Bedford Public Schools develop a new district plan. A few community leaders invited to the meetings who spoke with The Standard-Times said they’re pleased with how they’ve been...

read more

‘American Dream’ realized for 28 people in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD — Francisco Lopes Pereira has lived in the United States for about 30 years. The 65-year-old from Cape Verde has a car. He’s also a homeowner. A single sheet of paper, though, surpassed it all Friday within the Immigrants Assistance Center. It was Lopes...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center fundraiser raises about $23K

NEW BEDFORD — The Immigrants’ Assistance Center Summer Fundraiser at the Madeiran Heritage Museum raised about $23,000 to provide crucial services to local immigrant families. The center’s executive director, Helena da Silva Hughes, said the funds will be used to...

read more

Local immigrant advocates see pain of separated families

NEW BEDFORD — Corinn Williams of the Community Economic Development Center said her office is just beginning to deal with the problem of families being affected by separations at the border. “These folks have a legitimate claim for asylum” and wouldn’t leave...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center honors Laurie Bullard

The Immigrants’ Assistance Center presented its inaugural Laurie Bullard Award for “relentless advocacy and unwavering devotion to the immigrant community” to Laurie Bullard, formerly of New Bedford and now of Westport, on Friday. From late 2016 through early 2018,...

read more

LETTER OF THANKS

Kids helping kids: Thank you to Morrissey siblings The Immigrants’ Assistance Center daily sees the fear and worry that our neighbors here from other countries suffer. Together, we work mightily to address those concerns, with the help of a range of individuals,...

read more
Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Community Leaders Excited About Future of New Bedford Schools

Posted Mar 3, 2019 at 3:56 PM NEW BEDFORD — Visioning sessions are underway to help New Bedford Public Schools develop a new district plan. A few community leaders invited to the meetings who spoke with The Standard-Times said they’re pleased with how they’ve been...

read more

‘American Dream’ realized for 28 people in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD — Francisco Lopes Pereira has lived in the United States for about 30 years. The 65-year-old from Cape Verde has a car. He’s also a homeowner. A single sheet of paper, though, surpassed it all Friday within the Immigrants Assistance Center. It was Lopes...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center fundraiser raises about $23K

NEW BEDFORD — The Immigrants’ Assistance Center Summer Fundraiser at the Madeiran Heritage Museum raised about $23,000 to provide crucial services to local immigrant families. The center’s executive director, Helena da Silva Hughes, said the funds will be used to...

read more

Local immigrant advocates see pain of separated families

NEW BEDFORD — Corinn Williams of the Community Economic Development Center said her office is just beginning to deal with the problem of families being affected by separations at the border. “These folks have a legitimate claim for asylum” and wouldn’t leave...

read more

Immigrants’ Assistance Center honors Laurie Bullard

The Immigrants’ Assistance Center presented its inaugural Laurie Bullard Award for “relentless advocacy and unwavering devotion to the immigrant community” to Laurie Bullard, formerly of New Bedford and now of Westport, on Friday. From late 2016 through early 2018,...

read more

LETTER OF THANKS

Kids helping kids: Thank you to Morrissey siblings The Immigrants’ Assistance Center daily sees the fear and worry that our neighbors here from other countries suffer. Together, we work mightily to address those concerns, with the help of a range of individuals,...

read more