In the name of love
Katy Covino is ecstatic as her team, “Love Wins,” clinches the bed race contest at the Lions Club Fall Fest, Sept. 14. Other team members are Sam Poutasse, Suzie Allen, Tate Allen, and Sue Voute. (Photo by Tim Clark). MORE PHOTOS
Supporters and opponents of deer hunting gathered in upper Town Hall last week to hear the Deer Management Subcommittee’s final report on whether to allow bow hunting on some of Harvard’s conservation lands.
Harvard’s new finance director, Lori Bolasevich, is winning kudos from town officials for earning state certification of Harvard’s free cash earlier than any time in the past seven years.
Members of the public and the Agricultural Advisory Commission pushed back against the Planning Board’s proposed bylaw amendments at the board’s Sept. 9 public hearing.
Sticker shock for the Hildreth House Phase 2 addition is a bit less shocking this week.
One of the town’s two public drinking water wells will remain offline after it tested positive for coliform following a repair that had been designed to address the problem.
At long last, the old library passed final inspection Sept. 11 and received its certificate of occupancy later that evening.
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