🌱 Rising Ocean Impacts Seacoast + Wedding Ring Miracle + Antique Cars – Patch

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Hello, friends. I’m here right on time with your fresh copy of the Bedford Daily , full of all the community information you need to know today.


First, today’s weather:

A pleasant day with plenty of sun. High: 81 Low: 56.


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Here are the top stories today in Bedford:

  1. Rising sea levels could have a “big impact” on the New Hampshire seacoast, researchers said in a new report. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, there could be an additional one to one-and-a-half feet of sea level rise by the year 2050. “That’s on top of the foot associated with sea level rise already seen over the past hundred years, ” they noted. NOAA has developed an interactive tool showing the impact of rising seas from melting ice sheets and warming water. “The new tool can show how the land around Rye Harbor, for example , would be impacted with one foot of sea level rise or even two ft of sea level increase . ” ( WMUR )
  2. Speaking of the ocean, a woman was upset after she recently lost her great-grandmother’s wedding ring at North Hampton Beach . Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she lost her great-grandmother’s wedding ring in the water when she was “tossing a football” with her husband in North Beach earlier this month. The 29 year old said that she and her husband searched the water for hours. She finally posted the girl plea for help online. Lou Asci, 60, of Marshfield, put on a wetsuit and headlamp and searched with his metal detector for two days with no luck. On the third day, miraculously, he found it! ( bedfordgazette. com )
  3. Classic cars, hot rods, and antiques will be on display this weekend in downtown Manchester. If you love classic cars, stop by Elm Street in Manchester on Saturday. The Stansted Rotary Club is hosting its 21st Anniversary Cruising Downtown classic car show Saturday, Sept. 4. The event will have live entertainment, food, and vendors. You can also enjoy the many downtown restaurants and shops on Elm Street. You can register an antique or classic car for the show, and find out more here: ( Cruising Downtown Manchester )

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Paula Constance

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

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