🌱 New Bedford Hotel + White Willow Salon & Day Spa + Dam Safety Hazards

Good morning Bedford! Here’s everything you need to get the day started right.

First, today’s weather:

Lots of sunshine. High: 66 Low: 44.

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Here are the top stories of the day in Bedford:

  1. Shout out at White Willow Salon & Day Spa in Bedford! River Road Spa topped the top ten قائمة The best spas in New Hampshire In the WMUR Viewer’s Choice 2022 competition. White Willow Salon & Day Spa was a fan favorite and it was The only spa in Bedford that makes LyssR. Other top mentions went to Bella Village in Wyndham, Natural Glow Day Resort in Newbury, and The Spa at Omni Mount Washington in Bretton Woods—to name a few. You’ll find the full list here: (WMUR)
  2. A new hotel for business travelers is coming to Bedford. after inThe epidemic was delayed by three years, and construction is ready to begin on the new Home 2 Suites by Hilton at 270 S. River Road. The hotel project was approved by the Bedford Planning Board in April of 2019, but approvals have expired, so The planning board approved the project again On the 18th of April. Kevin JacobsHilton’s global chief financial officer told Yahoo Finance that he believes corporate travel will “be back to roughly pre-pandemic levels” by the end of the year. It appears that many of these travelers will be heading to Bedford. (Subscribe / The Union Leader)
  3. You may like the rush of water falling over levees in the Granite State, including BedfordBut did you know that? Most dams in New Hampshire were built decades or centuries ago? A new Associated Press analysis finds that an increasing number of dams pose a safety risk. Hundreds of dams around the state are in “bad” or “unsatisfactory” condition, and More than 50 dams failed in New Hampshire for the past 100 years. Steve DoyonThe state’s chief dam safety engineer explained that most dams are state-owned. we Rope. Annie Koster From New Hampshire he introduced a bill of about $26 billion to make dams safe, increase power generation, and remove dams that “have outlived their usefulness.” You can read more about this story here: (WMUR)

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Today in Bedford:

From my notebook:

  • Animal Rescue Association of New Hampshire: “Nobles got not one job…but two. The dog has to do what it has to do in this economy. Thanks naticookvet and fri friendlypetsnh for hiring Nobles, despite his apparent lack of professional experience.” (Facebook)
  • cloth road width: “Yesterday’s fun making this Charcuterie Bouquet with 603 Charcuterie Loving How Everyone Turns Beautiful and Delicious. Thanks for the fun ladies of the night.” (Facebook)

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to start Tuesday! See you all tomorrow for your next update.

Paula Constance

About me: I am a freelance writer, author and media producer. I am committed to media projects that enable, engage, and help make the world a better place.

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