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NH State police: Two men charged after high-speed pursuit on Route 125

EPPING — Two men are facing charges after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase on Route 125 Sunday and then later on foot after ditching the vehicle. Shane Eisener, 45, of Sanford, Maine, was arrested Sunday on a charge of resisting arrest and on an outstanding warrant from Rockingham Superior Court, according to trooper Sgt. Joseph Ronchi.
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Coming up Saturday: Bedford Live Aid Concert to Benefit Food Bank

More than 500 days into the Covid-19 pandemic, the local need for relief from food insecurity has not abated. Indeed, it has grown. Thus, the town continues to welcome financial donations to support its food bank through this web page: https://www.bedfordma.gov/BedfordFoodBank) or to the Bedford Food Pantry (http://bedfordfoodpantry.org/content/donate). Donors also may mail checks (payable to Town of Bedford) to the Emergency Relief Fund, in care of the Finance Department, 10 Mudge Way, Bedford, MA 01730.
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Weston Swap Shed team seeking volunteers

Since June, a group of volunteers have been working with the town management to come up with a viable plan to reopen the Swap Shed at the Weston Transfer Station, 195 Church St. This group has reviewed review how swap sheds successfully operate in other towns and have come up with a list of what is acceptable for a donation.
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Recalling Robert Parris Moses and the ‘March Trilogy’ ~ One Book, One Bedford ~ 2017

~ Submitted by Emily Mitchell and Sarita Pillai, coordinators for One Book One Bedford, 2017. Civil rights pioneer Robert Parris Moses died on Sunday, July 25, at his home in Florida. Mr. Moses launched the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Project and later founded The Algebra Project in Cambridge, MA, which grew into a national program to teach college-preparatory math to historically disadvantaged low-income students and students of color.
Boston, MAWWLP 22News

Consumer mediation programs receive funding from state

BOSTON (WWLP) – Nearly $2 million in grant funding has been awarded to local consumer mediation programs to help support, protect, and advocate for consumers across the state on a variety of issues. The Local Consumer Aid Fund (LCAF) is provided through the State Attorney General’s office. They use settlement...
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Trash truck tips over, spilling load in Charlestown

The mess happened near the Alford St. and Main St. split at the Sullivan Square rotary. The trailer of a trash truck tipped over in Charlestown on Monday – leaving its contents spilled along the roadway near the Sullivan Square rotary. Police said the incident occurred around 11:34 a.m. in...
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Osterville man sentenced in connection with Heroin conspiracy

BOSTON, MA – An Osterville man was sentenced in federal court in Boston today for his role in a wide-ranging heroin trafficking conspiracy. Eric Brando, 29, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Allison D. Burroughs to 66 months in prison and six years of supervised release. In February 2020, Brando pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin.
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