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Bombs away ...
Harvard Fire Department Lt. Bill Barton, Deputy Chief Charlie Nigzus, and Harvard Police Sgt. James Babu (far right) watch as a member of the Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad holds a detonator moments before destroying an unexploded 75-mm World War II-era artillery shell behind the Department of Public Works on Depot Road. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
A group of about 20 people gathered at the Harvard Common Monday morning under a drizzling sky to commemorate residents who lost their lives in service to their country.
As the town enters the second week of the state’s phased reopening, residents are getting a glimpse of what will be the new normal.
Monday morning at 9:33 a.m. the Harvard Police and Fire Departments were alerted that a piece of unexploded military ordnance had been found on the south side of town. The person who found the ordnance was not identified.
Harvard’s farmstands and farm stores, like those in the rest of the state, are considered essential businesses and have kept to their normal seasonal schedules. But that doesn’t mean their summer operations won’t be affected by COVID-19.
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