An Obituary: Troy Edwin Plunk

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Troy Edwin Plunk, a former resident of Bedford who worked for many years as an Electrical Engineer at Raytheon passed away on January 16, 2019.

Town Government at Work for the Week of January 21, 2019

By Meredith McCulloch Note: Town Hall will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. There will be no trash or recycling collection until Tuesday. If there is plowable snow on the ground by Monday evening or Tuesday morning,...

A Luminary Thank You ~ 2018

Submitted by Paul Ciaccia, on behalf of the Bedford Minuteman Company Scholarship Fund

The Bedford Minuteman Company’s Scholarship Fund thanks everyone who displayed luminaries in this year’s “Light up the Night” on Christmas Eve. The center of town and all the neighborhoods looked absolutely spectacular. A special thanks to Chip In Farm, Suzanne & Company, and countless others who support the scholarship fund.

Short Takes from the Bedford Housing Partnership

By Dot Bergin

Developer Sid Gehlot and members of his team came before the Housing Partnership on December 6 to present updated site plans and to designate affordable units in the two additional buildings he wants to build at the Village at Bedford Woods, Albion Way.

The Housing Partnership, which has been working with Gehlot since August, offered recommendations for the distribution of the proposed 10 affordable units in each of the 40-unit buildings. Affordable units are distributed on each level of the three-story buildings and include one, two, and three bedroom units. The Partnership also reminded the developer that finishes and appliances in the affordable units should be comparable to those in market-rate units.

Surgery Rehab – Sure, but Prehab?

Submitted by the Bedford Council on Aging and the Board of Health

If you have joint (hip, knee, etc.) surgery coming up, do you know one of the most important things you can do is exercise?

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