Bedford News

The Malpass Brothers to Perform in Nashua

The Nashua Community Concert Association will present a concert by the Malpass Brothers at Nashua High School North, 8 Titan Way in Nashua, at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, February 26. Retro traditional country artists with magnetic personalities, Christopher and Taylor Malpass give new life to classic ...

Gardeners root for sun

Local gardeners experiencing the winter blahs triggered by snow-crusted landscapes bereft of veggie plots or flower beds blazing with color, may take solace. New growth is jump-starting the season within the greenhouses of Frizzhome Gardens, in Bedford. Scented geraniums, whose withered roots ...

Bedford Community TV

The live meetings on BCTV Channel 22 this week will be a Planning Board Meeting on Monday, February 11, and a Town Council Meeting on Wednesday, February 13. On BCTV Channel 23 there will be the School Board Meeting on Monday, February 11 this week. All meetings begin at 7 p.m. unless ...

Bedford Women’s Club 2019 High School Senior Scholarship

The Josephine A. Fearon High School Senior Scholarship 2019 from the Bedford Women’s Club Is for Boys and Girls Who are Bedford Residents Members of the Class of 2019 have been busy applying to the colleges of their choice. As the new year begins, it is time to explore the available ...

5th Annual Super Bowl Chili 5k

Manchester and Auburn, NH – Total Image Running kicks off 2019 with it’s 5th Annual Superbowl Chili 5k. First 200 registrants receive a free beanie hat. $30 entry fee. WHEN: Sunday, February 3, 2019 10:30 AM. WHERE: Stark Brewing Company 500 Commercial St. Manchester, NH. ...

Super Bowl Breakfast

The Richard K. Harvell Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #8401 invites everyone to join us for breakfast and celebrate Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3 from 8 to 11a.m. at the Bedford Old Town Hall. Once again our enthusiastic kitchen staff will create a breakfast to remember for this auspicious day, ...

Workshop explores energy efficiency

Energy efficiency was the subject of a free workshop attended by nearly two dozen locals and out-of-state residents who recently gathered in a roomy meeting space within the mezzanine of Hannaford supermarket in Bedford. The NHSaves Button Up Workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 28, was a presentation ...

Bedford Community TV

The live meeting on BCTV Channel 22 this week will be a Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting on Tuesday, December 18. On BCTV Channel 23 there will be a School Board Meeting on Monday, December 10 at 6 p.m. All meetings begin at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. All archived meetings can be ...

Orangetheory Fitness Bedford Raises $1,000 for Liberty House

Since its inception, Orangetheory Fitness Bedford has been dedicated to giving back to the community. The local fitness center recently held a fundraising event among its members to raise money for Liberty House, while also recognizing Veteran’s Day. Liberty House is an organization that ...

LaBelle honored

Amy LaBelle, LaBelle Winery’s founder, co-owner and winemaker, was honored with the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Excellence in Business award on Friday, Nov. 16 at the Inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Day New Hampshire’s High Tea in Henniker, New Hampshire. Heidi Solomon, a member of ...

Bedford Garden Club Lights Memorial Tree

Each holiday season, the glowing lights on Bedford’s Memorial Tree remind us of our men and women who have served in the armed forces. Thanks to the efforts of Bedford Garden Club members John Herper and Kathy Nelson (Community Gardens Chairperson), the Town Memorial Tree has been trimmed ...

LURGIO SEISMOGRAPH

Ross A. Lurgio Middle School (Bedford) has partnered with the Boston College Weston Observatory through their Educational Seismology Project (BC-ESP) to bring authentic scientific learning to students. Through the generous support of the Bedford Education Foundation (BEF), we were able to ...

A look back at the ice storm of 2008

On the morning of Dec. 12, 2008, people over much of New England and upstate New York woke up to a changed world. Overnight, freezing rain fell on trees, twigs, branches and utility wires, and everything was encased in silvery ice. The ice-laden trees, branches and poles fell over roads, ...

Bedford Cub Scouts Pack 511 to host open house Sept. 6

Bedford’s Cub Scout Pack 511, sponsored by St. Elizabeth Seton Parish, is hot off the trail this summer, with Cubs attending resident camp at Camp Carpenter. They also did an indoor rock climbing night and will be hosting an Introduction to Cub Scouting Open House at 6:30 p.m, Thursday, Sept. ...

Manchester Choral Society welcomes new singers

Manchester – This fall marks the Manchester Choral Society’s 58th season. We look forward to another successful season beginning with our Holiday Pops concerts in December at St. Joe’s Cathedral in Manchester, and at a new venue, LaBelle Winery in Amherst. Spring 2019 will feature works ...

All creatures great & small

SHERBORN, Mass. – Once “Dudley” roamed a New Hampshire pasture alone. Now, the Scottish Highlands bull with the big soulful eyes is surrounded by company, including two sweet young cows in an adjacent stall. Dudley was purchased from a Milford farm earlier this year by David Wirbal, of ...

Music school announces new director for jazz ensemble

MANCHESTER – The Manchester Community Music School announces Mark Taddonio as the director of the New Hampshire Youth Jazz Ensemble. Taddonio is a New Hampshire native, having grown up in Greater Manchester. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, where he earned his Bachelor ...

News Digest for Aug. 17

NH Society of Photographic Artists announces New Hampshire Now project The nonprofit New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists has announced that it is seeking photographers for the first phase of a statewide project documenting the essence of New Hampshire life across the entire state. ...