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Hats off!

Members of the Bromfield Class of 2023 erupt and toss their caps into the air at the end of the rain-postponed graduation ceremony, Sunday, June 4. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

Friday, June 9, 2023

Willard Farm to close

Nothing says summer in Harvard like a fresh ear of bicolor corn or a deep red Big Beef tomato from Willard Farm. But sadly, residents have tasted the last of those treasures.

Friday, June 9, 2023

Fire and ambulance departments request merger, recommend shared building

In the face of an increase in calls to the Ambulance Service over the past five years, Will Stevenson, acting director, is requesting that the town merge the Ambulance Service with the Fire Department.

Friday, June 9, 2023

Town increases beach staff wages to retain workers

At a late-morning meeting June 2, Harvard’s Personnel Board passed interim recreation director Bob O’Shea’s proposal to increase wages for the beach staff

Friday, June 9, 2023

Measure to protect Community Harvest land receives final approval

The long-awaited measure to preserve the Community Harvest property on Prospect Hill as agricultural land received its final signatures from members of Harvard’s Conservation Commission and the Select Board this week. 

Friday, June 2, 2023

Teacher contract talks remain stalled despite mediation

After two sessions with a state mediator, on May 11 and 24, the Harvard Educators Association and the School Committee have moved only a little closer to an agreement. The next session is scheduled for June 6.

Friday, June 2, 2023

Legislative bid to allow more housing at Devens fails

Members of Harvard’s Select Board were startled to hear last week that state Sen. John Cronin, who represents Shirley and the Shirley portion of Devens, had proposed that the Devens bylaws be amended to rezone Vicksburg Square, currently an “innovation and technology center,” for residential development. 

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