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When the Super Town Meeting of Ayer, Harvard, and Shirley convenes in a little over a week on Monday, June 8, at 7 p.m., will Harvard residents be ready to vote?
The red building where at least two generations of Harvard children played, learned, snacked, and napped is closing its doors next month. The Barn School, on Ayer Road, will close June 18 after nearly 50 years.
It has taken longer to restore it than it did to build it, but the work to repair the 1812 powder house, located off the northwest corner of the Common, is finally complete.
As proponents of the 124-unit Grant Road housing project at Devens prepared for a third hearing, there was no word on whether Harvard, MassDevelopment, and Devens Village Green LLC, the developer, were any closer to an agreement on how to include low-cost housing units in the project.
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From left: Steve Colwell, Peter Martineau, Roland Martineau, Nancy Cronin, Steve Dakin, and Jimmy Nigzus pay tribute to Corporal Roger Skillings who was killed in combat during the Korean War. The marker is in Still River. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz) MORE PHOTOS
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May 29, 2015
Volume 9, Number 27
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