The Bedford Bulletin
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Moody’s Investors Service recently reaffirmed the town’s Aaa rating bond because of its low debt burden, healthy reserves and conservative budgeting. Moody’s also listed the...
Music and laughter marked the grand opening of the town’s newest park, the Bedford Village Common, on June 9.The park is located east of the intersection of Route 101 and Bell Hill Road. About 200...READER COMMENTS: 0
BEDFORD - One local athlete hopes that sharing her concussion experiences will ease the road for others in similar situations.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Bedford Bulldogs did it again Tuesday, June 4. They finished 21-0 for the year, won their 40th straight game, played their second undefeated season in a row and are champs again.READER COMMENTS: 0
The school district needs your help to keep its high achievers challenged.READER COMMENTS: 0
It’s the pause that refreshes. Nothing feels better when the weather turns hot and humid than to jump into a nice, cool swimming hole. And several local towns have those in abundance. With more than...
A small dog was severely injured in a local coyote trap last week and is still roaming the area lost and hurt.
BEDFORD - Jennie Churbuck's shopping cart was full when she stopped for one last purchase of hanging plants outside the new Market Basket Thursday.
Though authorities decided not to prosecute the Merrimack Youth Association’s treasurer after a lengthy investigation into the youth baseball organization’s finances, two town councilors...
Summer camp is a rite of passage for many, and area camps are gearing up for a busy season of fun in the sun.READER COMMENTS: 0
Top-seeded Bedford scored the game’s first seven goals and breezed to a 16-2 victory over sixth-seeded Goffstown at Exeter High’s Eustis Field.READER COMMENTS: 0
It was the No. 2 Astros coming away with a 12-10 win to upset top-ranked Souhegan for the NHIAA Division I girls’ lacrosse championship in front of a crowd of 699 at Southern New Hampshire...READER COMMENTS: 0
Tonight at 7, the defending Division II state champion Bulldogs (20-0) and the surging, sixth-ranked Grizzlies (11-5) will compete at Exeter’s Bill Ball Stadium for the boys’ lacrosse...