From left: Ruby Farough, Emma Squire, and Isabel Jackson take in the thrill of the moment as the Bromfield cross-country teams get a royal escort into town from the Harvard Police and Fire departments. Sirens were blaring as the teams returned to school with fans and parents waving to the jubilant teams. This is the first time the Bromfield girls cross-country team has won a state championship since 2008. (Photo by Kate Wool) Story and more photos.
Ayer, Harvard, and Shirley voters could, in the coming year, be asked to approve the redevelopment of Vicksburg Square in Devens for housing.
In preparing the school budget for fiscal 2025, the School Committee is looking at three possible budgets—not just the two requested by the Finance Committee.
In a Nov. 8 letter to Secretary of Economic Development Yvonne Hao, the three state legislators who represent Devens asked for her help in gaining release of the $400,000 included in a 2022 bond bill for the study of the future of Devens.
A $9.8 million September cost estimate for a project that includes renovating one Department of Public Works building and rebuilding the other three got a closer look by engineers at Weston & Sampson, the project’s designer, last month.
Assessor Mike Saltsman came before the Select Board at its Nov. 7 meeting and presented the latest total assessed value of all the properties in town, as well as the proposed fiscal 2024 tax rate needed to cover the amount of money the town needs to raise through taxation.
The new shuttle service from Harvard to the Littleton/495 commuter rail station had no takers in its first week of operation.
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