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On Jan. 8 at the hill behind the library, Bromfield freshman Charlie Carbonell tries out the fresh snow on a dirt board he found at the Bolton dump. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

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Since it last met in December, the Capital Planning and Investment Committee has trimmed and ranked its list of fiscal 2018 town and school projects, while adding two more at the request of the Board of Selectmen.

At their final meeting of 2016, the selectmen responded to reported incidents of bigotry in town by voting unanimously to adopt an anti-hate pledge and by urging the Harvard police to find those responsible.

About three dozen people from local groups gathered last week to discuss how Harvard could become “a more inclusive and welcoming community.”

Last weekend, an Acton fifth-grader died by suicide. Acton-Boxborough School Superintendent Glenn Brand broke the sad news to the elementary school community by email Monday.

In two weeks the selectmen hope to decide who will be the next occupant of the town’s old library, but questions about its readiness remain.

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Gratitude for the light  1/12/17

January 13, 2017
Vol. 11, No. 7
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