The Planning Board will hear a conceptual plan on July 14 to build a three-story health club, retail stores and a restaurant on Kilton Road.
A public hearing is set for July 16 to garner input on the layout of South River Road and the need to acquire property rights along the TIF district.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Town Council is seeking residents' approval to spend $112,000 to design a sewer/water project to coincide with the state DOT's Route 101 improvements.READER COMMENTS: 0
Executive Council asked to name two committees to begin laying out Bedford expansion project.READER COMMENTS: 0
Almost two dozen children arrived in Bedford on Monday to get a reprieve from the hot city streets in New York. The children, ages 6 to 18, are spending one or two weeks with volunteer host families...READER COMMENTS: 0
Bedford is dissolving its capital improvement plan committee in favor of having the town manager create future plans.
The Economic Development Council wants to work with the planning board in adopting a certified sites program.READER COMMENTS: 1
Seniors are learning how to outsmart scam artists by taking a peek in the con man playbook.
A proposal to create a revenue collection office in Town Hall received a lukewarm reception from the Capital Improvements Program Committee.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Zoning Board of Adjustment agreed with planning officials that St. Anselm College's Grappone field lighting is in compliance with its site plan.
State Police continue to investigate last week's accident that took the life of a former Concord High School teacher, and the trooper in charge of the case said charges may be forthcoming against the...
When Auburn agreed to house a regional transfer station 15 years ago, part of the deal included a once-a-month waste-oil disposal day at the town’s old landfill. A town official aaid some...READER COMMENTS: 0
Town officials are considering a major reconstruction project for a series of roadways, drainage systems and sidewalks, and a proposed bond is likely to be presented to voters at Town Meeting in...
After a last-minute request by a student to wear his military sash to the Windham High School graduation was denied last month, the district is now considering taking an official position on what...READER COMMENTS: 0
Local businesses will no longer have to pay a $50 annual permit to remain open on Sundays.READER COMMENTS: 0
With the school's local access channel still playing reruns of Christmas concerts, members of the Windham Cable Board are upset that this resource is being underutilized.READER COMMENTS: 0
Two weeks has been a very long time for selectmen waiting for railroad ties to disappear from the side of Rte. 28.
Town officials are looking to some newly streamlined guidelines for political signs to help cut down on ongoing concern during every political campaign.
The growing season is a little late this year, thanks to a wet spring, but everything seems to be running smoothly at the town's community gardens at Hawkins Farm.
The owner of the Douglas-Johnson Funeral Home on Main Street has gotten the okay to fix and expand its parking from the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Town officials are making sure mosquitoes aren't invited to this year's Fourth of July festivities.
Two men were arrested for stealing 41 street signs around town and 27 traffic cones worth several thousand dollars since mid-June.
A 16-unit senior housing project off Pleasant Street has cleared one hurdle with the Planning Board.
People looking to stay fit and beautiful after eating and shopping at the popular Tuscan Village marketplace may soon have that chance.
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