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This great ride runs parallel to the Sakonnet River and ends at the Atlantic Ocean. ... more

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South Coast Place Name Pop Quiz

Here in the South Coast, we are surrounded by place names that are brimming with history. Test your historical knowledge with this quiz of familiar place names. more

Apr 25, 2017 9:24 PM Coastal Mags

The waters off New England, including Georges Bank, have experienced temperatures well above average in the last several years, driving cod stocks farther north and offshore in search of the colder temperatures they prefer, and making them harder... more

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Energy has always been a volatile slice of our economy, and we may be on the verge of another major shift, led once again by New Bedford. more

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The twenty-first century has celebrated its sweet sixteen – a coming-of-age and a time to look back on how the South Coast has grown in a rapidly-changing world. more

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Urban revitalization benefits provide much of the rationale for South Coast Rail, with new business and housing developed around the stations. more

Prime Times

One of the biggest surprises was the success of the region’s branding as “South Coast.” ...But the label stuck thanks to the acceptance by the hospital chain, TV weather forecasters, various regional initiatives, and this very publication. more

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You also have to wonder how the investors in the Brockton casino feel about having to pay a 25% tax to the state while their competition twenty miles to the south doesn’t have to pay anything. more

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This great ride runs parallel to the Sakonnet River and ends at the Atlantic Ocean. ... more

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Forty years ago, it was an abandoned military base and former prisoner of war camp in a remote and fairly inaccessible corner of Taunton. Today it is the site of the one of the largest employment centers in all New England, with over 100 companies... more

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South Coast Place Name Pop Quiz

Here in the South Coast, we are surrounded by place names that are brimming with history. Test your historical knowledge with this quiz of familiar place names. more

Apr 25, 2017 9:24 PM Coastal Mags

When local businesses gather to express their grievances, adequate financing resources is far down on the list of issues, if it appears at all. It is not a stretch to give credit for that to SEED Corporation, quietly making a difference... more

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The waters off New England, including Georges Bank, have experienced temperatures well above average in the last several years, driving cod stocks farther north and offshore in search of the colder temperatures they prefer, and making them harder... more

The Insider

Energy has always been a volatile slice of our economy, and we may be on the verge of another major shift, led once again by New Bedford. more

The Insider

The twenty-first century has celebrated its sweet sixteen – a coming-of-age and a time to look back on how the South Coast has grown in a rapidly-changing world. more

The Insider

Urban revitalization benefits provide much of the rationale for South Coast Rail, with new business and housing developed around the stations. more

Prime Times

One of the biggest surprises was the success of the region’s branding as “South Coast.” ...But the label stuck thanks to the acceptance by the hospital chain, TV weather forecasters, various regional initiatives, and this very publication. more

The Insider

You also have to wonder how the investors in the Brockton casino feel about having to pay a 25% tax to the state while their competition twenty miles to the south doesn’t have to pay anything. more

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SRPEDD Elects New Officers

The Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District elected new officers during its annual meeting in May in Norton. more

Jul 9, 2014 8:57 PM Coastal Mags

This long awaited project has followed a torturous path for nearly three decades, but there is real–albeit snail-like–progress to report. more

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In a 1992 address to her nation, Queen Elizabeth described the year as an “Annus Horribilis” or terrible year. She was referring to the many personal crises with her own family and a devastating fire... more

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