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From left, flight nurse Rob Johnson and helicopter pilot Tony Pascoe of Boston MedFlight talk about in-flight patient care with Judy and Chris Mitchell of the Harvard Ambulance Service at a recent Medflight demonstration at the Hale Middle School in Stow. Five Harvard firefighters and four Harvard EMTs took part in the regional training to understand how to secure a safety zone when MedFlight services are required.(Photo by Tim Clark)
The 2019 Town Caucus has come and gone without a hitch, resulting in just one contested race.
More than 100 Bromfield students walked out of classes last Friday morning, joining well over a million young people from 128 nations around the world in a protest against their governments’ inaction on global warming.
Months of frustration came to an end this week as town officials and the Parks and Recreation Commission agreed to a formula that promises to make the summer beach program financially self-sufficient, eliminating the deficits that have threatened its future for the past two years.
Sections of the Nashua, Squannacook, and Nissitissit rivers—52.8 miles in all—are now officially designated as part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
Harvard’s annual boat storage lottery is now open, but time’s running out. To win a slip, a mooring, or a rack at Bare Hill Pond this summer for your boat, kayak, or canoe, you must sign up at the Parks and Recreation Commission website by Friday, March 30.
The Planning Board ruled on two new businesses looking to locate in the commercial district, approving Hall Pump while rejecting Community Adult Day Care LLC..
Harvard cable TV station manager Anya Zulawnik announced this week that she is leaving Harvard to become station manager of Concord’s cable TV operation. Her last day is March 25.
A March 6 Boston Globe story citing Harvard as one of seven Massachusetts municipalities with PFAS in its drinking water, sent Harvard’s Board of Health scurrying to find out which water supplies were implicated.
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