Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian Welcomes Graduates of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Basic Training Academy

Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian Welcomes Graduates of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Basic Training Academy

Submitted by the office of Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian

Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno offered the keynote address during the graduation – Courtesy image (c) 2016 all rights reserved
Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno offered the keynote address during the graduation – Courtesy image (c) 2016 all rights reserved

Twenty-four new corrections officers graduated from the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Basic Training Academy in a ceremony held Friday, December 2, 2016 at Stoneham Town Hall.

Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno offered the keynote address.

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Basketball Season Begins with a Celebration on Saturday, December 3 at 6 pm

Basketball Season Begins with a Celebration on Saturday, December 3 at 6 pm

By Jeff “JHO” Hoyland

Scrimmage season starts on December 3 for the Bedford High School Boys basketball team, coached by Vincent McGrath. At the season opening celebration, starting at 6 pm in the BHS main gym, the varsity team will go through some of the standard drills they do in practice and they will ask for volunteers from the various recreation and travel teams to help them out.

The celebration will conclude with a scrimmage and an opportunity for players on the recreation and travel teams to challenge some of the varsity players to shooting contests. The event is free but is a major fundraiser to support the varsity team playing at TD Garden in January.

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Four Bedford Students Dance in Boston Productions of The Nutcracker

Four Bedford Students Dance in Boston Productions of The Nutcracker

By Julie McCay Turner

Apart from its time-honored story, holiday productions of The Nutcracker are prized for the number of roles for young dancers. This year three Bedford students are involved: Isabelle Gittins and Ava Valentine are Mice in the Jose Matteo Ballet Theatre production, and Kao Chun who, for the second year, is dancing the role of Fritz for the Boston Ballet.

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Bedford’s 2017 Town Election Season is Underway

Bedford’s 2017 Town Election Season is Underway

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Town Clerk Doreen Tremblay has announced Bedford’s 2017 election calendar.

Candidates wishing to run for a particular board by collecting signatures of registered voters may collect nomination papers at the Town Clerk’s office now through January 13. The Citizens’ Caucus in early January is another route for getting on the Town Election ballot.

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Celebrate METCO’s 50th Anniversary

Celebrate METCO’s 50th Anniversary

Special to The Bedford Citizen

METCO and Bedford have collaborated for more than 30 years (click here to read Eliza Rosenberry’s recent story about METCO in Bedford), so we trust that this fundraiser for an organization important both to Bedford and Greater Boston is an event you would want to know about.

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Wednesdays in December: FREE, Walk-in Flu Clinics from 2 to 3 pm at the Board of Health

Wednesdays in December: FREE, Walk-in Flu Clinics from 2 to 3 pm at the Board of Health

Submitted by the Bedford Board of Health

Get a Flu Shot! It’s the Best Way to Fight the Flu

lFlu season is here! Health officials recommend receiving a flu vaccine every year. It’s the first and most important step to protect youand your family from the flu. Now is a good time to get vaccinated as it takes about two weeks after vaccination for protection to set in.

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