5 Things You Need To Know Today: July 21

Temperatures really start to heat up. Expect extreme heat for next three days.

1. Feeling hot, hot, hot. Today is going to be the first of three very hot days. While the high is expected to be around 98 degrees, the heat index values or, in other words, how hot it really feels, could reach as high as 104. Be safe, keep in cool places and make sure to drink plenty of water.

2. Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer was in Bedford yesterday for a Politics and Eggs event ahead plans to announce his candidacy for president today. Bedford Patch Editor Ryan O'Connor attended the event and posted coverage at your neighbor site. Check out the coverage:   and .  And read a Q&A with Roemer on

3. The Town Council will meet for its July meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the Town Council Meeting Room. The meeting will include a public hearing to accept the donation of Kids Kove playground equipment from the Friends of Kids Kove. There will also be a public hearing for the acceptance and expenditure of an underage drinking law grant from the state's attorney general's office in the amount of $8,000. See the full agenda here.

4. Patch Fact of the Day. Have you been to see the final Harry Potter movie yet? If not, consider heading over to your favorite theater today, on the anniversary of the release of the seventh and final Harry Potter book: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." For the cinema, the final book was split into two parts and part two was released at midnight a week ago. Check out a and a

5. Join the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce for AM Networking PLUS at Family Chiropractic of Merrimack & Wellness Center and start your day with a healthy dose of energy.  Dr. Tony Lowenberg and his staff will give you a tour and show you how chiropractic is helping so many to live a better quality of life and have way more fun! You'll also learn why Dr. Tony is always so full of smiles and energy. Plenty of healthy food will be served to start your day right! Register online or contact Deb Courtemanche, executive director of the Chamber, for more information at deb@merrimackchamber.org or 424-3669.


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