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Veterans prepare flags in front of Town Hall before the start of the Memorial Day parade, May 29. Veterans and their former ranks, from left: Navy Ensign-4 Loren Johnson, Navy Capt. Steve Dakin, Army Col. Carl Sciple, and Air Force Master Sgt. Dan McGonigle (currently serving in the Reserves).  (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)   MORE PHOTOS

Friday, June 2, 2023

Teacher contract talks remain stalled despite mediation

After two sessions with a state mediator, on May 11 and 24, the Harvard Educators Association and the School Committee have moved only a little closer to an agreement. The next session is scheduled for June 6.

Friday, June 2, 2023

Legislative bid to allow more housing at Devens fails

Members of Harvard’s Select Board were startled to hear last week that state Sen. John Cronin, who represents Shirley and the Shirley portion of Devens, had proposed that the Devens bylaws be amended to rezone Vicksburg Square, currently an “innovation and technology center,” for residential development. 

Friday, June 2, 2023

Memorial Day: A day of remembrance and commemoration for fallen soldiers

For many, Memorial Day this year began at the Fellowship Hall of the Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church where volunteers hosted a pancake breakfast.

Friday, June 2, 2023

Resident Anne McWaters hired as town’s recreation director

On Aug. 28, Anne McWaters will begin her role as the town’s first recreation director. In this position, she will be tasked with running the beach operations; managing the field reservations and closures; creating new recreation and education programs; managing income and department expenses; and communicating maintenance needs to the Department of Public Works.

Friday, June 2, 2023

DEC elects new vice chair, treasurer

Friday, May 26, 2023

Mid-May freeze destroys crops at local orchards

When temperatures dropped below freezing in many locations in Harvard during the early morning hours of May 18, apples, pears, and blueberries that had just begun to emerge were fighting for their lives. They didn’t all make it.

Friday, May 26, 2023

Town beach prepares for official opening

For many, Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer, but while the town beach and boat launch will be available to residents, the beach won’t open officially until June 24. 

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