The Harvard Town Hall will be open until 7 p.m. Thursday, June 20, for the sale of Transfer Station stickers.
Bromfield marshal Dylan Ashe leads the Bromfield Class of 2019 out the door of Hildreth Elementary School—where many of them attended kindergarten—on their way to the graduation ceremony. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz) . MORE PHOTOS
Friday evening, June 7, was a perfect night for the graduation of the Class of 2019, the 140th commencement of Bromfield students.
Last week the Conservation Commission asked its Deer Management Subcommittee to be careful to stay within its original mission, to coordinate with ConCom on public announcements.
Two firms that have reviewed plans for senior housing on land between the fire station and Hildreth House have reached the same two conclusions: that the site is not appropriate for the individual housing units in the committee’s current plan.
Harvard firefighters, along with firefighters from five neighboring towns, responded to a fully-involved barn fire on Slough Road Saturday evening, June 8.
About 20 residents who live in the area around Carlson Orchards on Oak Hill Road came to the June 11 Select Board meeting to participate in a hearing for the orchard’s request for licenses that would allow hard cider to be served there.
A pit bull that savaged a toddler faces euthanasia if it ever returns to Harvard, after the Select Board classified it a “dangerous dog.”
No news is the best news Harvard farmers and orchardists could get this season. Knock on wood, Mother Nature has not yet dealt any blows to Harvard’s crops in 2019.
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