🌱 Risky Buying As Is+ BCTV, Bedford Town Volunteers+Tennis Brothers – Patch


Good morning, Bedford. I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening in our community today. Let’s dive right in.

First, today’s weather:

A mostly cloudy day. High: 75 Low: 56.

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Here are the top stories today in Bedford:

  1. The Town of Bedford offers many interesting volunteer opportunities! Volunteers play an essential role in our Bedford town government, and serve on everything from the Planning Board and Conservation Commission, to preserving Bedford’s history as a member of the Historic District Commission. There are also opportunities to serve on the BCTV-WBNH Board, the Energy Commission, Parks and Recreation, and more! You can find out more here: (Town Of Bedford)
  2. In a highly competitive market, many home buyers are willing to take the financial and safety risk of waiving the home inspection, and purchasing a home “as is”. After a year-long search in New England, Deborah Jackson finally bought a townhouse in Hooksett after offering “almost $100,000 above the asking price” and waiving the home inspection. Bedford Realtor Brad Bosse worked with the Massachusetts woman to “make sure all the ‘big ticket” items “were in working order.” Bosse said he always recommends inspections to his clients, but in a tight market, “waiving the home inspection is the only way many are getting their offers accepted.” You can read the full story here: (Subscription/The Union Leader)
  3. A shout out to Logan Mack and Lucas Mack, Bedford High School’s Boys top Boys Tennis players. The two brothers will face Lebanon High Schools’ Mason and Nolan Arado, also brothers, in the NHIAA championship semifinals. Mason Arado of Lebanon will face Logan Mack, and Nolan Arado will face Lucas Mack of Bedford. You can read the full sports roundup here: (Valley News)

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Paula Constance

About me: Paula is a freelance writer, author, and award-winning media producer. She is committed to media projects that empower, engage, and help make the world a better place.

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