The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for today, Wednesday, August 11, for much of Massachusetts, including the Bedford area,…Read More
One positive quality in Bedford that has shone during the Covid-19 pandemic is the reinforcement of a simple ethos: people helping people.
~ Submitted by Fahad Alden
Mark Waksmonski has resigned from his position of community nurse in the town Health Department, effective Aug. 13,…Read More
Four Bedford firefighters are new lieutenants, consummating a change in organizational structure approved by the 2020 town meeting.
Promoted to lieutenant were Nick…Read More
~ Submitted by the Bedford Cultural Council
The Bedford community plays an important role in determining the types of programming the Bedford Cultural…Read More
Since the beginning of July, the Bedford Health Department has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health…Read More
The Planning Board this week held a preliminary discussion about a significant residential development in the area of Carlisle Road, with a…Read More
Bedford is going on the offensive Tuesday and Wednesday nights against this week’s sudden onslaught of mosquitoes.
A staff member at the East…Read More
What is meant by the term “food insecurity”? Heidi Porter, director of Bedford’s Health and Human Services Department, said one national agency…Read More
Municipalities are required to produce yearly publications. Every town issues an annual report, an annual town meeting warrant, a local election warrant.
That was a small victory to some residents who have expressed concern about potential air contamination resulting from the transport of project…Read More
Meetings on Zoom are convenient. Participants don’t have to dress up or leave their homes. They can even turn off the camera…Read More
How accurately does the Bedford Free Public Library’s (BFPL) children’s book collection reflect the demographics of the community?
Librarian Jess Dyment undertook a…Read More
The Conservation Commission last week gave Lexington Realty Holdings the go-ahead to continue with its proposal for a mixed-use development at 310…Read More
Familiar faces in new positions and new officers joining the force are changes unfolding over the next several weeks at the Bedford…Read More
Mosquitoes are most active in Massachusetts from June through August, but the true determination of mosquito activity is weather-dependent. This summer Massachusetts…Read More
The Health Department asks residents who borrowed medical devices before the onset of the pandemic to return them.
“We don’t have a lot…Read More