Bedford Adult Softball Ends the Year with a Thrilling Finale

Bedford Adult Softball Ends the Year with a Thrilling Finale

Submitted by the Bedford Co-Ed Adult Slowpitch Softball League

On Sunday afternoon, August 11, at E Field, the 2019 Bedford Co-Ed Adult Slowpitch Softball League year came to a dramatic close, with the Orange team pulling out a 25-16 win over the Black team in the summer final.

The league, which just completed its fourth year of play, is open to Bedford residents over the age of 18, graduates of Bedford High School, and residents of Hanscom Air Force Base. The spring season, which runs from mid-April to late June, features Sunday afternoon games, and the summer season, which runs from late June until early August, has games on Sundays afternoons (or evenings) and Wednesday evenings.

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Rite? Right? Riot? Write?  You Write the Story, We’ll Watch the Spelling!

Rite? Right? Riot? Write?  You Write the Story, We’ll Watch the Spelling!

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

The Bedford Citizen is seeking reporters for our online newspaper. You would attend local meetings, usually in the evening, and write about what happened. You will learn about town government, receive editorial guidance as needed, and be paid $70 per meeting. Plus you will help your neighbors learn about our town and be better-informed citizens.

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Mental Health Needs Assessment Survey

Mental Health Needs Assessment Survey

Submitted by the Bedford Board of Health

The Bedford Board of Health is seeking your help.

We are assessing the mental health needs of the community, the barriers to treatment our residents face, and what mental health offerings the community might benefit from. We know that 55% of people who suffered a completed suicide in Massachusetts in 2015 had a documented mental health illness at the time.

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The Plain Truth

The Plain Truth

By Ginni Spencer and Teri Morrow

At The Bedford Citizen, we specialize in the plain truth.  Facts and objectivity are our highest values. Our goals are to inform readers like you and encourage active citizen participation.  We’re online, reliable, and we typically publish 20+ stories a week on our website. We offer email subscribers daily and weekly updates. Plus, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date.

Oh…did we mention we are also free?

Well, kind of.

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Bedford’s Minuteman Diner Plans an Early Autumn Debut

Bedford’s Minuteman Diner Plans an Early Autumn Debut

By Julie McCay Turner

It’s taking a bit longer than expected to renovate and meet current building codes to get Bedford’s new Minuteman Diner up and running.

Owners Michael and Diane Cohen are excited and eager to begin serving customers. Brian Chase is taking charge of the kitchen, and all three have worked on the menu. They are planning for a place where customers can come early in the morning, late at night, or in the middle of the day for lunch.

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Mass Warriors Defeat  Worcester Wildcats

Mass Warriors Defeat  Worcester Wildcats

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

With a huge victory Saturday night, the Mass Warriors defeated the  Worcester Wildcats who came into the game 3-0 as the defending champions in the AA division of the England Football League (NEFL).

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How to Cut Back Drinking This Summer

How to Cut Back Drinking This Summer

Submitted by Bedford Youth and Family Services

For many, summer is a time to cut loose and indulge a bit. Unfortunately, this makes the summer months a risky period for those worried about or struggling with their alcohol use.

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