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Representatives from health care institutions in the state which are receiving grants to implement SBIRT, a substance abuse screening program for young people, attended a conference in Bedford on Wednesday sponsored by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

Bedford initiative aims to fight youth substance abuse

Health care professionals from around the state gathered in at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford on Wednesday to discuss efforts to curb substance abuse by young people in...

Bedford Fire Dept. to hold live burn exercise Saturday

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The Bedford Fire Department will hold a live burn exercise this Saturday, and the community is invited to participate as spectators.

Bedford planners give final OK to elderly housing development

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The Planning Board voted unanimously on Monday night in favor of a request for final approval of a five-unit, detached elderly housing development at 99 Pulpit Road.

Annual Witch Way 5K returns to Bedford

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Ross A. Lurgio Middle School is gearing up for its fifth annual Witch Way to the 5K race, raising funds for new technology at the school and a local nonprofit.

Scott Cummings, a prosthetist and orthotist for NextStep Bionics & Prosthestics, Inc. in Manchester, and seventh grader Jack Colantuoni, demonstrate a prosthetic hand during Lurgio's Science Career Day workshops.

Lurgio Middle School students get hands-on experience in science careers

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Seventh grade students at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School got the chance on Friday to learn about careers in the sciences – up close and personal, from professionals working in the field.

Bedford church helps African missionaries

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Bedford Presbyterian Church recently held a yard sale fundraiser to benefit medical missionaries in Africa.

GT Advanced Technologies in Merrimack filed for bankruptcy after it lost out on a lucrative partnership with Apple.

GT Advanced says 'amicable parting' with Apple will cost 47 jobs in NH

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Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said its settlement agreement with Apple Inc. will save the company millions and paves the way to publicly detail by Friday what led to its surprise bankruptcy...

Former N.Y. Gov. George Pataki spoke at the Bedford Village Inn on Tuesday morning as part of the Politics & Eggs series, sponsored by the New England Council and New Hampshire Institute of Politics.

Former N.Y. governor calls for smaller fed at 'Politics & Eggs' event

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At the latest installment the New England Council’s "Politics & Eggs" breakfast series, former New York Gov. George Pataki drove home his belief that the key to improving the country lies...

GT Advanced Technology attorney hoping for Apple agreement today to allow more openness in bankruptcy court

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An attorney for Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said he was “optimistic” the Merrimack N.H., company could sign an agreement with Apple Tuesday, so GT Advanced could shed more...

Business

TFMoran's revised plans show improvements to the proposed Wayfarer development, including an elongated island in the parking lot to discourage left turns in the right-in/right-out driveway.

Bedford board's OKs pave way for project at old Wayfarer Inn site

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On its third presentation before the Planning Board, Wayfarer, HIR Realty LLC was finally granted two approvals, allowing it to go forward was with redeveloping the former Wayfarer Inn property at...

Members of the Bedford Town Council, past and present, and Town Manager Steve Daly break ground on the new TIF district improvement project at corner of South River Road and Colby Court.

South River Road project kicks off

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Town officials broke ground on Tuesday morning for a new tax increment financing district improvement project at the corner of South River Road and Colby Court, which is expected to improve safety...

Residents crowded in front of a map of the proposed Route 101 widening project through Bedford to inspect the potential impacts.

Bedford residents voice concerns over Route 101 widening project

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A public hearing regarding the state Department of Transportation's Route 101 widening project on Thursday night revealed concerns of abutters to the road, including traffic, noise, safety and...

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Town Council Chairman Chris Bandazian presents Planning Board Chairman Paul Goldberg with a plaque and rocking chair in thanks for his 41 years of service to the town of Bedford.

Town Council bids farewell, thanks Paul Goldberg for 41 years of service

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The Town Council recognized the 41 years of service of Planning Board chairman Paul Goldberg on Wednesday night, and wished him farewell as he and his wife prepare to move away from Bedford.

A mockup shows schematic elevations for the new bank building to be built at the Route 101 Plaza.

0 Planning Board agrees to waivers, final approval to build Bedford bank

Sports

NHIAA Girls' Soccer: Bedford girls win, clinch No. 2 seed

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Christina Campbell scored in the first half and Saylor Clark tallied in the second as Bedford High's girls' soccer team cruised to a 2-0 win over Bishop Guertin of Nashua Tuesday.

Salem runs over Merrimack

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Running back Charles Sibanda led Salem past Merrimack Friday night in a 28-0 road victory. Sibanda ran for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries for the Blue Devils. Fellow rusher James...

Bedford's Jonathan Hoaglund, pressed into action because of injuries, knocks away a potential tying touchdown pass from Concord's Robert Law to Jalyn Stone. Bedford held on, 24-16.

NHIAA Football: Bedford digs deep, wins in OT

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Jonathan Hoaglund knocked away a pass at the goal line from Concord's Jalyn Stone on fourth down in overtime, sealing a 24-16 victory for the Bulldogs.

Trinity’s Saikou Bah runs for a touchdown in the Pioneers’ 28-24 win over Souhegan at Gill Stadium in Manchester on Friday.

Trinity guts out crucial win

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MANCHESTER — The Trinity of Manchester football team’s playoff hopes are alive and well after a 28-24 comeback victory over Souhegan of Amherst on homecoming night Friday at Gill Stadium.

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