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🌱 Icy drizzle, icy roads + high speed chase + Asian top dishes

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Hello again, friends! It’s Wednesday in Bedford and I’m back in your inbox with the most important things happening in Bedford today. In today’s edition…

  • Freezing drizzle and slippery roads today.
  • Sun Shui Asian cuisine in Bedford is a favorite on social media.
  • Driver charged with Bedford Police car chase and crash.

But first today’s weather:

Rain in the afternoon; windy. High: 53 Low: 32.


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Here are the top stories in Bedford today:

  1. Freezing drizzle brings freezing rain and slick roads in our area during the Wednesday morning commute. Freezing drizzle is followed by gusty winds and “stormy weather,” forecasters say. The National Weather Service has issued “both a winter weather advisory and a hazardous weather outlook.” (patch)
  2. Fancy Chinese, Korean or Japanese food? Then visit Sun Shui in Bedford, where you can get all three Asian cuisines. The local eatery was named one of the “20 Best Chinese Restaurants in New Hampshire” in the “popular Seacoast Eats Facebook group.” (wokq.com)
  3. Christopher E. Hayward, 43, from Epsom was charged with two counts of reckless driving after a police car chase through Bedford that ended in a crash in Manchester. After hitting the Lowe’s building in his 2013 Chevy Tahoe, a Bedford police officer reported seeing Hayward leave the Lowe’s parking lot. After a traffic stop, he reportedly fled and drove through multiple red lights at high speed. The police chase ended when the SUV “collided into a fence and three parked cars” on Second Street. (Bedford patch)

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Today in Bedford:

  • Manchester Young Professionals: find your purpose (9 o’clock)
  • Theater – Varsity Band Concert – Bedford High School (19:00)

From my notebook:

  • Can you help an unclaimed bum? “It’s not often that stray dogs go unclaimed. So when the Goffstown police called us about a stray they’d been looking after for a few days, worried he was unwell, we offered to take him to see what we could do. could do.” (Animal Rescue League of NH via Facebook)
  • creative bug: “Looking for ideas to make your holiday more handmade? Use your Bedford Public Library card to log in to CreativeBug and find thousands of video tutorials including gift ideas, decorations, baked goodies and fun.” (Bedford (NH) Public Library via Facebook)

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Now you’re up to date and ready to head out this Wednesday! I’ll be back in your inbox tomorrow with your next update.

β€” Paula Constance

About Me: Paula is a contributing writer, author, and award-winning media producer. She is committed to media projects that empower, engage and help make the world a better place. When she’s not writing, you can find her walking or watching fireflies in the balmy moments before sunset. You can follow her Facebook, Instagramand Twitter.

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