Dust to dust ...
This drone photo taken from above Mass. Ave. shows the demolition of the old elementary school, which provides a stark contrast to the newly built school behind it. (Photo by Robert Curran)
The focus of the new elementary school building project has shifted from construction to demolition, as the old building comes down section by section to make way for new play areas and sports fields.
As the 2020–2021 school year came to an end, it was not only graduating seniors who said farewell but also several teachers and administrators.
A “pump track” may soon be the newest addition to outdoor recreation in Harvard, but environmental concerns have made finding the perfect location difficult.
The Select Board appointed 10 new people to six town boards and committees; they reappointed 45 people who had volunteered to continue as members of 25 boards and committees.
Several barren patches of land alongside the sidewalk in front of the General Store may soon get a face-lift.
The state reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the five weeks ending June 22. The town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases since the pandemic began remains at 140.
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