Bedford’s First Church of Christ will host its 70th Strawberry Festival from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 17. This popular outdoor…Read More
In their June newsletter, the staff and Trustees of the Bedford Free Public Library said, We would like to extend our appreciation…Read More
Bedford High School Principal Heather Galante looked back on the challenges and successes of the 2020-21 academic year as she reviewed the…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
The question of how to accommodate two local institutions in Old Town Hall is no closer to resolution after the release of…Read More
The Bedford Health Department has shared this list of Frequently Asked Questions about the Covid-19 vaccines, adapted from guidance found at CDC.gov…Read More
Local officials are reporting progress in sensitizing the Federal Aviation Administration on aircraft noise issues.
Hanscom Field Advisory Commission Chair Christopher Eliot told…Read More
Planning is underway for the celebration of the 292nd anniversary of the town’s founding.
Bedford Day is officially scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 18.
Town Manager Sarah Stanton announced at Monday’s Select Board meeting that municipal offices will reopen to the public during normal business hours…Read More
Trick question: Who is the first Bedford High School graduate to make it all the way from Sabourin Field to Fenway Park?
Sarah Sjostrom, R.N., of Bedford, was recognized in the Boston Globe’s annual “Salute to Nurses,” for her exemplary work as Associate Chief…Read More
The Select Board has approved a public art project for four peace poles to be designed and painted by local artists. They…Read More
Home or away, it doesn’t matter.
The Bedford High School varsity softball team feasted on Cambridge Rindge and Latin School pitching Monday and…Read More