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A traffic circle in the center of Harvard? That’s just one of the alternatives proposed by the Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC) to improve traffic flow.

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced Tuesday that mosquitoes collected in southwestern Harvard had tested positive for West Nile virus.

Early this week, Principal Jim O’Shea and his administrative team were scrambling to fill a teaching position left vacant by the last-minute resignation of George Kendall.

 

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