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Bedford residents can report issues such as potholes using a mobile app.
Bedford residents can report issues such as potholes using a mobile app. Star-Telegram archives

Students can get help with STAAR tests in Euless

With spring break a distant memory, students needing to shift their focus toward the upcoming STAAR tests can get some help during special classes at the Euless Public Library, 201 N. Ector Drive in Euless.

The STAAR Test Prep Series continues from 4 to 5 p.m. on March 24 and 31. Each class will focus on a different test prep technique and will help aid students in mental and physical preparations. Questions: 817-685-1480.

App allows Bedford residents to report problems

Bedford continues to promote its app that allows residents to report an issue in the city.

The app can be downloaded to mobile devices from the app store or visit www.bedfordtx.gov/betterit/ to log in.

Here’s how it works: If you see something that needs to be fixed — such as a pothole, malfunctioning traffic light or abandoned car — submit a service request.

A map on Bedford’s website shows that about 25 reported issues have been completed, while a handful of others are in progress.

Hurst expo focuses on services for senior citizens

A free Business, Health & Benefits Expo for seniors age 55 and older is from 10 a.m. to noon Friday at the Hurst Senior Citizens Activities Center, 700 Heritage Circle, Hurst.

The events will provide consultations and services in areas ranging from home health care to financial planning to video transfer and restoration to hospice and specialty care.

Information: 817-788-7710 or www.hursttx.gov/hscac

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