In meetings this week, the Hildreth House Improvement Committee and the Council on Aging voted to go forward with seeking funds to renovate the aging Hildreth House, which serves as Harvard’s senior center.

Even without a working microphone, Massachusetts Education Secretary Matthew H. Malone captured the attention of all the teachers assembled in the Bromfield cafeteria last Monday.

Harvard police are preparing to file charges in a breaking-and-entering case that dates back to June 2012.

Harvard voters will soon have a chance to speak their minds on the selectmen’s plan for the renovation of Town Hall.

In a split vote Tuesday night, the selectmen refused to approve a new contract brought to them by the coaches and organizers behind Bromfield Acton-Boxborough’s championship rowing team.



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