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Donnalisa Johnson (left) admires Linda Hoffman’s sculpture “Lydian’s Harp” as Hoffman (right) speaks to a group from the Council on Aging, Sept. 14. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz) MORE PHOTOS
Planning for the future governance of Devens hit a wall this summer with the news that the towns will get no help from the state to pay for consulting services.
The Open Space Committee and the Parks and Recreation Commission have voted to endorse a proposal for an athletic field complex estimated to cost $4.5 million.
When the town voted in 2018 to commission a feasibility study to summarize the fire station’s shortcomings and provide options for fixing them, it didn’t expect to see a price tag of $17.8 million.
While construction is not quite complete on the new elementary school, members of the Permanent Building Committee already have the building’s maintenance on their minds.
The Select Board Tuesday night appointed Sgt. James Babu acting chief of the Harvard Police Department as the board continues its search for a chief to replace retired Chief Edward Denmark.
Select Board members got a preview Tuesday night of the questions that will appear on this fall’s Town Election ballot.
Harvard students—and their teachers—rose to the challenge of last spring’s MCAS exams, despite the massive disruption COVID-19 caused in the 2020-2021 school year.
The state reported six new COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the week ending Sept. 16, bringing the town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases to 180.
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