Bedford High School inducted 52 students into the National Honor Society on Thursday evening.
A satisfied customer who checked in with The Bedford Citizen on Friday morning reported that the line for breakfast was out the door, and the food was delicious.
The Diner’s Facebook page announced that ‘soft opening’ hours — 6 am until 2 pm — would continue on Saturday, January 18, and Sunday, January 19.
Faces in the Crowd on ‘Opening Night’
At their January 20 meeting, the Planning Board held a public hearing on the proposed Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), heard information on the Hosmer Way planned residential development off Springs Road, increased fees to the Planning Board, and proposed changes from the Board to the Town Charter.
After last weekend’s record-breaking warmth and sunshine, by late on Thursday the weather signaled that winter’s still in control.
Bedford’s most recent spate of high winds late Thursday and into Friday morning peaked at 45 miles per hour. A gust downed an immense pine tree that nailed a fence and narrowly missed a neighbor’s home.
With snow predicted to begin on Saturday afternoon around 5 pm, Bedford’s projected accumulation (as of very early on Friday morning) will be 4 to 6 inches.