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Bedford News

President of TFMoran Inc. receives real estate award

Robert Cruess, president of TFMoran Inc. received the New Hampshire Commercial Investment Board of REALTORS 2012 Affiliate of the Year award on June 21. The award was presented by NHCIBOR President-elect Tom Duffy during their annual meeting, with approximately 80 members in attendance. Cruess ...

‘What Not to Wear’ hair stylist Arrojo gives tips to FIT clients

Last Friday, Families in Transition client Lori Abood sat patiently in a salon chair as hair stylists flocked around her. One stylist grabbed hold of her hair. “You don’t want to make it so it bubbles here,” he said to the other stylist. “Use this ...

‘Heroes’ section highlights untold courage

We often see heroes as people who do something large, something that we perceive to be outside our abilities – and to a great extent, there’s truth in that, although in recent years we have come to stretch the definition to the point where it involves things like hitting ...

Pets of the Week for July 27

Joppa Hi, I’m Joppa! I am an active, neutered male looking for my forever home. I really like to run and check out my surroundings, so it’s best if I go home with an active family that will give me lots of exercise. I would do best in a home with a fenced yard. I like to ...

Barkin’ Biscuit owner offers dogs healthy treats

As any dog owner can tell you, you can only control so much of what your dog eats. When it comes time to reward good behavior, therefore, you want to know you’re giving your dog a treat that will keep him healthy as well as happy. Karen Goldthwaite aims to provide a variety of such ...

Library is right ‘On Target’ with new exhibit

If you’ve been to the Bedford Public library recently, you may have noticed the Women’s Caucus for Art, New Hampshire Chapter’s exhibition “On Target,” which is on display in the gallery on the bottom floor. From Vincent van Gogh’s ...

Bedford home to star-studded hotel in 1940s

It’s hard to imagine that in Bedford, there once was a hotel that attracted people from all around, including Hollywood. Back when Bedford was nothing but fields and hills, the Beau Reve – perhaps Bedford’s only famous hotel – sat on a hill on Wallace ...

Bedford Police to host first-ever Bicycle Rodeo

It’s the end of July, and summer is in full swing in Bedford. From garden and car shows to Little League baseball, people of all ages are busy with their summer routines. From 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, July 29 (with a rain date of Sunday, Aug. 5), the Bedford Police ...

Candidates: Time to upload information for our Voter Guide

Attention, candidates for all local offices in the Sept. 11 primary and the November election: If you want to be part of the online Voter Guide run by the Nashua Telegraph, Cabinet and Journal newspapers, it’s time to get to work. The Voter Guide, which will be part of the ...

Merrimack River rich in history

When you go canoeing on the Merrimack, as it flows past Bedford, do you ever think of all the history connected with it? Before the white man appeared on the scene, it was a highway for the native people – a way for them to travel that was easier than making trails through thick ...

Lions Club will host antique show in Bedford

Lovers of all things antique will want to head to St. Elizabeth Seton Church on Saturday, Aug. 4. There, the Bedford Lions Club will host an antique show from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The second annual event, which kicks off New Hampshire Antiques Week, will be held at the church’s activity ...

ARL to host kitten shower

The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire will host its annual Kitten Shower from noon-4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at the ARL with special guest Animal Allies of Manchester. This event is a chance to meet adoptable kittens and find homes for many of these furry felines. “Last year, ...

Bedford residents to appear in ‘Legally Blonde’

The Derryfield Repertory Theatre Company will present “Legally Blonde: The Musical” from July 27-29 and Aug. 3-5 at the Derryfield Performing Arts Auditorium, 2108 River Road, Manchester. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Based on the hit ...

Bedford Little Leagues take a swing at cancer

Some of the best memories children can have is being a part of a summer Little League baseball team. A clear, summer sky, with nothing but a worn-out mitt and a few friends, is a fun and active way to stay in shape. But what if they were playing for a greater cause? Three Bedford Little ...

Manchester’s Art 3 presents ‘2D3D’ exhibit

Manchester’s Art 3 will celebrate art, two-dimensional and three-dimensional, with its exhibit “2D3D.” As part of Open Doors Manchester, the gallery will host an artists’ receoption from 5-8 p.m. July 26. “Essentially, the ...

Candidates: Time to upload information for our Voter Guide

Attention, candidates for all local offices in the Sept. 11 primary and the November election: If you want to be part of the online Voter Guide run by the Nashua Telegraph, Cabinet and Journal newspapers, it’s time to get to work. The Voter Guide, which will be part of the ...

Pets of the Week for July 20

Linda Hi, I’m Linda! I’m a pretty young calico lady, only 3 years old, and I was born with only one eye. It doesn’t hinder my movements – I can jump just as high as anyone! I’m here because my owner developed health problems and could no ...

Alleged Manchester bank robber arrested in Mass.

The probable cause hearing for accused bank robbery suspect Joel Gordon was waived to Superior Court on Thursday, July 12. The hearing comes after Joel Gordon’s arrest June 23 in Andover, Mass., at the Andover Inn. “The Manchester Police Department had an ongoing ...

Acting manager wears many hats

If Crystal Dionne has to requisition a new piece of furniture for her office, chances are it will be a hat rack. As Bedford’s director of finance and personnel, tax collector and acting town manager, she needs somewhere to put the many hats she wears throughout the day as she ...

Friends, family remember woman known for contagious laugh

Five years ago, Bedford residents John and Robyn McGilvary rode their motorcycle from New Hampshire to Wyoming. “My brother’s kids were in a rodeo out in Wyoming, so Robyn and I and our friends traveled across the county,” John McGilvary said. “We ...