Monday's night's Town Caucus resulted in just one contested office: Lynda Herbolsheimer and Jennifer Combs will run for a two-year term on the Warner Free Lecture Board.
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Front left: Massachusetts Education Commissioner Jeff Riley talks with Bromfield sophomore Kayla Lem about her CAD project in the Bromfield computer lab as state Senator Jamie Eldridge watches. Riley toured the Harvard Public Schools, Friday, March 8, and was impressed that the CAD project was a real-life design for a new sound booth at Bromfield. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
A March 6 Boston Globe story citing Harvard as one of seven Massachusetts municipalities with PFAS in its drinking water, sent Harvard’s Board of Health scurrying to find out which water supplies were implicated.
With design of the new Hildreth Elementary School 90 percent complete, the School Building Committee received new construction estimates at its March 7 meeting, and those estimates were over budget.
In a meeting that straggled on for more than three hours Monday night, the School Committee debated proposed changes to the school district’s fiscal 2020 budget—and then put off any vote until its next meeting.
Former Harvard mail carrier Stephanie Lacroix pleaded guilty to a single felony count of mail theft by a postal employee in Worcester U.S. District Court earlier this week.
Hydroponic lettuce, renewable energy, and public transportation are three initiatives showcased in the Devens Enterprise Commission (DEC) Annual Report presented to the Harvard Select Board at its February 26 meeting,
A new citizen petition proposes banning the retail sale of recreational marijuana in Harvard. Planning Board members discussed the petition with its sponsors, Theresa Hoggins and Bill Medeiros, at the board’s March 4 meeting.
The town received the first bids for a portion of the construction of the new Hildreth Elementary School, and the news was not great.
The Finance Committee has completed its review of the fiscal 2020 budget and on Tuesday proposed a series of cuts that would balance revenues and spending for the coming year, while leaving untouched a COA request for money to operate a second van.
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