The manager of airport administration at Hanscom Field asserted on Tuesday that no scheduled passenger service has been approved there, despite indications…Read More
Fawn Lake is a treasure in our town, and it’s fascinating history – from the time it was just a spring-fed pond…Read More
A Clark Road resident is organizing a July 31 open mic concert and variety show to raise money for the Bedford Community…Read More
The long-time editor of the Bedford Historical Society's newsletter has retired, and the society seeks a new editor for The Preservationist.
Currently mailed…Read More
The office that the Rev. John Gibbons has occupied in historic First Parish Church for 31 years no longer has that lived-in…Read More
Notice of construction activities for Navy’s continuation of cleanup actions at former Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant (NWIRP) in Bedford, Massachusetts
Construction activities…Read More
Bedford’s Recycling Coordinator Ed McGrath is retiring at the end of June. The decision was somewhat motivated by the pandemic, which has…Read More
Retired Superior Court Judge Robert A. Barton turned 91 recently. A Bedford resident for almost 60 years, he acknowledges that when in…Read More
Dorothy Africa commemorated the first official federal observance of Juneteenth by continuing a tradition she began in 2020—leading the short walk from…Read More
A year since a group of residents began weekly demonstrations on the Common, racism still permeates many parts of American society.
That doesn’t…Read More
Planning is well underway for major infrastructure enhancements to accommodate the manufacturing needs of Ultragenyx and similar life-sciences firms at the northern…Read More
Bedford is emerging as a “burgeoning life science hub,” according to one trade publication. That reputation was validated and solidified at a…Read More
At its monthly meeting at 7 pm on Thursday, June 17, the Hanscom Area Towns Committee (HATS) will introduce Colonel Katrina C.…Read More
There are times when a casual comment changes thousands of lives.
Bedford Police Sgt. Jeffrey Wardwell, who will retire on June 18 after…Read More
A Certificate of Appreciation signed by Richard A. Stone, MD, the Executive in Charge of the Veterans Health Administration was presented to…Read More
Bedford police Lt. Jim Graham looks at recent Massachusetts police reform legislation and wonders, “What took you so long?”
“We’ve been doing this…Read More
“First Course,” Jenn Bouchard’s debut novel, is about food – and a lot more.
Bouchard, a Bedford resident for almost eight years, teaches…Read More
Bedford Mothers Out Front and Bedford’s Energy and Sustainability Committee will be hosting a public forum on Wednesday, June 9, from 7:00…Read More
There is no such thing as dueling Memorial Day observances.
For the first time Monday, Bedford marked the holiday with two observances, which…Read More