What do you do with post-holiday 25- to 30-pound frozen turkeys? Make soup! Bromfield’s Chef Paul Correnty partnered with Loaves & Fishes to turn surplus turkeys into soup for needy families. On Jan. 12, students in Project 351, a middle-school service club, packaged 126 quarts of soup that were then frozen for distribution by Loaves & Fishes. From left, Julia Kimball, Olivia Ren, and Michele Buni finish packing and labeling a tray of soup ready for freezing. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
After violence broke out in the Capitol last week, teachers and administrators moved to develop a plan, but with less than 24 hours to prepare, much was left up to individual educators.
The preparation of the fiscal 2022 school budget is running late this year because of confusion that began with last year’s budget.
Last week’s voluntary screening tests for students and staff in the Harvard schools detected two COVID-19 cases among the 715 people tested.
The Planning Board has posted an online visual preference survey to gather public feedback about senior housing types and strongly encourages citizens to take it.
The state reported 11 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the week ending Jan. 12, which brought the town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases to 84.
After months of discussions, the Planning Board finally got a green light for the creation of a Transportation Advisory Committee.
Aziz Aghayev, who has been the school district’s business manager since fall 2018, has submitted his resignation effective Jan. 21.
The Planning Board has begun its site plan review for the cell tower that Verizon plans to construct at 12 Woodchuck Hill Road.
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