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Government

  • Flaherty to challenge Austin in 19th District

        Reagan Flaherty announced, Monday, that she is running for the 19th House of Delegates seat as a Democrat.

        “I am a wife, mother, and living the American dream of opportunity and prosperity, keen to giving back to the country I love,” Flaherty said.

  • Bedford Lifesaving Crew dissolves

        After 74 years, the Bedford Lifesaving Crew has dissolved itself.
        On Monday night, representatives of the crew presented a resolution to the supervisors, which the supervisors unanimously accepted, turning over all of crew’s property and equipment to the county.

  • Update: Arrests made in death of teen found deceased on road

    Update:

  • County: No tax increase

        In a brief Monday night meeting, preceded by a work session, the Bedford County Board of Supervisors voted 6-0, with District 4 Supervisor John Sharp absent, to advertise tax rates for the coming fiscal year.
        The advertised tax rates will remain the same as the current year’s rates. Once tax rates have been advertised, state law prohibits the supervisors from raising them above the advertised rate. They can, however, lower them.

  • Johnson to run again in District 2

        District 2 School Board member Jason Johnson has announced plans to seek re-election to the District 2 seat on the Bedford County School Board.

  • Town honors police, firefighters

    Bedford Police officers and firefighters were honored, at last week’s Town Council meeting, for their work during a house fire on Grove Street in January.

        Both the town and Bedford’s American Legion post honored the men. The town presented them with plaques and the Legion awarded its Heroism Medal to the police officers.

  • Students observe lawmaking firsthand

    By Mary Lee Clark
    Capital News Service

        RICHMOND – For the past two months, they showed up every day at the state Capitol, dressed in matching blazers and carrying pen and paper at the ready – the next generation of public servants carefully observing their superiors.
        These young adults are known as pages. They are middle school and high school students from around Virginia who assist in everyday tasks at the General Assembly to experience firsthand how the legislative process works.

  • County to make building repairs

        The Bedford County Board of Supervisors and county staff are in the final stages of developing a budget that will not require a tax increase to balance.

  • Bansley launches campaign for District 3 seat

        Advocating for responsible government spending, low taxes, school choice, property rights, and religious liberty, local realtor and adjunct professor Charla Bansley will officially announce her candidacy to represent District 3 on the Bedford County Board of Supervisors on March 12 at 12:30 p.m. at the Forest Recreation Center, 1088 Rustic Village Road.
        The District 3 seat is currently held by Steve Wilkerson, who has said he plans to run for re-election.

  • Town Council starts budget process

    Bedford Town Council began the process of developing the town budget, last week, by looking at non-governmental agency requests.

        The Bedford area Chamber of Commerce is asking for $5,000 this year, up from the $3,000 it got last year.
        “They do a lot of promotion for the town,” Councilman Stacey Hailey commented.