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Harvard’s fiscal 2021 budget includes a $317,239 Proposition 2½ override. The budget won’t balance without its passage. But Town Administrator Tim Bragan and others worry that voters will not approve the measure, and they have been calling for a “Plan B” that describes the specific cuts that would be made to departmental budgets to make up the difference.

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Updated Thursday, April 9, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.

The toll of the virus continues to rise. According to the Department of Public Health, as of April 8, the number of deaths in Massachusetts due to COVID-19 has increased to  433, while the number of confirmed cases in the state rose to 16,790.  DPH reported that Worcester County had 1,296 cases. Residents are urged to watch the nine-minute video (https://bit.ly/2ULQYdB) released Sunday by Harvard’s Emergency Management Team.

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Park Lane resident Helena Sylvester expresses birthday wishes at a safe distance Sunday, April 5, to neighbors Henry Conte and his mom Marietta Appolonio who happen to share the same birthday. Henry turned 4; mom a little older. (Courtesy photo)

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Thursday, April 9, 2020

COVID-19 delays Town Meeting and elections, threatens FY2021 budget

The relentless spread of COVID-19 and the unprecedented efforts to control it is wreaking havoc with plans for the familiar spring rituals of town government and threatening to upend next fiscal year’s budget.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Harvard

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, confirmed cases of the disease were reported in Harvard last week. While the number of cases in Harvard is unknown, Worcester County’s number of confirmed cases grew from 433 to 1,172 between March 31 and April 7.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Debate rages over publicizing Harvard’s COVID-19 numbers

The first cases of COVID-19 were reported in Harvard last week, but the actual number of cases remains unavailable to the public.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Littleton nursing home draws rebuke from officials for its COVID-19 response

Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley in neighboring Littleton has joined the ranks of nursing homes across the state facing severe outbreaks of COVID-19. As of April 6, following the National Guard’s testing of all residents last weekend, the toll stood at five deaths and 65 residents who tested positive for the virus.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

State and federal officials provide fragmented response to COVID-19 pandemic

Faced with the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, citizens across the commonwealth have been looking to their elected officials for answers. While much uncertainty still exists, lawmakers in Congress and on Beacon Hill have passed several measures to provide relief for individuals, businesses, and municipalities.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Ayer Road reconstruction: Public outreach meeting on hold, funding process on track

Although the public outreach meeting for the Ayer Road reconstruction project has been postponed to a date to be determined, the delay has not affected its funding status. 

Thursday, April 2, 2020

A letter to the town in a time of emergency

From the Harvard Select Board and Emergency Management Team

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