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From left: Steve Wyman, Ted Noyes, and Andy Bollman arrive at the top of Prospect Hill Road during the Great Food Walk on Good Friday, April 14. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

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For the first time in more than 18 months, the U.S. Drought Monitor in its April 6 weekly report classified the section of Harvard south of Route 2 as an area of no drought. The area north of Route 2 remained classified as abnormally dry, the Drought Monitor’s lowest drought level.

The results of a recent survey conducted by Town Planner Bill Scanlan show that a significant number of Harvard residents would use a commuter shuttle service from Harvard to one of two stations on the MBTA’s Fitchburg commuter rail line.

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Opinion
LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Thanking supporters of Great Food Walk on Good Friday  4/20/17

Obituaries
April 21, 2017
Vol. 11, No. 21
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