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Today's News

  • Polls open at 6 a.m. Nov. 4

        Area voters head to the polls Tuesday with Bedford voters electing council members and everyone having the opportunity to vote in a congressional race and a US Senate race.
        Polls open at 6 a.m. and will remain open until 7 p.m.

  • Bedford GOP censures three board members

        Bedford County’s Republican Committee voted to censure three of the county’s supervisors for voting to raise taxes this past spring. The censure resolution passed 35 to 25.
        The vote was taken after 20 minutes of debate with each side allocated 10 minutes and each speaker limited to two minutes.

  • Real estate market ticking up in county

        When the real estate bubble burst several years ago, the Bedford area wasn’t hit as hard as most other places in Virginia.
        And Virginia wasn’t hit as hard as most other states, local real estate agents note.

    Price realistically

  • Developments move forward in Bedford

        One development had a ground breaking, another a ribbon cutting, as the town of Bedford saw its housing offerings diversify and expand over the past couple of months.

        Bedford Lofts had an open house during Centerfest and the following Tuesday officially opened its doors. A month earlier,  The Villas at Oakwood broke ground on the maintenance-free, one-level living, patio home community next to Bedford Memorial Hospital.

    Bedford Lofts

  • Businesses partner with schools

    Everybody shops for groceries. Math Night, sponsored by Bedford's Food Lion, gave children from Montvale Elementary School the chance to see how the math they are learning in school works in the real world.

  • HEBRUZ opens in Bedford

        The century-old bank building — the place with four white columns across Main Street from the County Administration building — is now the home of Bedford's newest coffee shop.

        Lorenza and Leah Coles opened Hebruz in the building last week, on Oct. 14. They plan a grand opening in November.

  • Event is chance to honor local law enforcement

    Thursday night was a night to honor local law enforcement and promote public safety at the Bedford Police Department’s annual Crime Prevention Day, held at the Bedford Farmer’s Market.

        The Bedford Fire Department showed up with a truck and various organizations set up informational booths. The police department gave people a chance to try driving the golf cart, or walk a straight line, with goggles that simulate how drinking too much can mess up your ability to do these simple tasks.

  • Minutemen top BuckCo in a tight one, 17-15

     

    If this is what you get playing down a class, Liberty may well be advised to stick with the big boys.

    The Minutemen headed to 2A-level Buckingham County last Friday night and were met by a foe that gave them everything they could handle.

    Yet, the men of Liberty showed that they can keep it together when things get rocky.  As a result, they escaped the fields of Buckingham with a 17-15 win.

    The operative word in all of this is "win."  

  • Trial run: New voting machine to be used

        Bedford County is getting ready to buy new voting machines, a move that will replace touch screen voting machines with an optically scanned paper ballot.

  • Curbside recycling might return

        Curbside recycling may be on its way back in the town of Bedford.
        But how it will be implemented is yet to be determined.
        The Council Solid Waste Committee has recommended to the full Town Council that curbside recycling be brought back. Council has heard from numerous citizens upset that the town stopped the service earlier this year.