A $325,000 splash pad could possibly be installed at the Bedford town pool later this year. 0
School officials are exploring ways to potentially cut about $1 million from the proposed spending plan, which is up about 6 percent. 0
The Bedford Lions Club will now manage the former Food Pantry at Bedford Presbyterian Church, which has been renamed the Bedford Community Food Pantry. 0
Bedford officials have been informed that Crown Castle Towers intends to withdraw its lease and litigation efforts surrounding a proposed cell tower. 0
A conceptual proposal to construct dozens of apartments, cottages, a retail complex and fitness facility on Old Bedford Road will be reviewed by town planners Monday. 5
Temporary filtration systems will be installed in several local homes while officials consider a permanent solution to provide municipal water to houses with contaminated wells. 0
Town officials have decided not to implement a mandatory outdoor watering ban, and will instead continue with their request for residents and businesses to voluntarily refrain from outside water... 0
School officials are reviewing a proposal to hire a second school resource officer, a move recommended by the police chief. 0
Town planners this week granted conditional approval for a large new development at the old Macy’s parcel, however concerns were raised about who will pay for off-site improvements associated... 1
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