Longtime Bromfield language teacher, avid world traveler
As COVID-19 cases surge worldwide, the small town of Harvard is now seeing its own version of that surge.
When third-quarter fiscal 2021 tax bills arrive in their mailboxes this December, many Harvard residents will not be surprised to find that their taxes have gone up.
Town and school employees will continue to receive their health insurance through Minuteman Nashoba Health Group for at least one more year.
Identity thieves have targeted more than 50 Harvard town and school employees, using their stolen information to file fraudulent claims with the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance.
The Finance Committee has a fresh look this year with one new member, one member returning after a short hiatus, and a member promoted from associate to voting status.
At its Nov. 5 meeting, the Harvard-Devens Jurisdiction Committee (HDJC) reached consensus on controversial issues facing the Devens Jurisdictional Framework Committee.
Since last summer, Harvard residents Liz Ruark and Toby Bazarnick have been searching for a way to make weekly COVID-19 testing cost-effective for all students and staff in Harvard schools.
The Bromfield varsity field hockey team is quarantining until Nov. 20 after a player from Hudson, a team Bromfield played on Nov. 5, tested positive for the coronavirus.
In response to recent complaints about excessive construction noise, the Select Board discussed creating either a comprehensive noise ordinance or a construction noise ordinance.
Voting in the 2020 presidential election ceased in Harvard at 8 p.m. last Tuesday, Nov. 3, but the work of election officials is far from over.
Despite resistance, Verizon remains committed to constructing a new cell tower at 12 Woodchuck Hill Road.
Finance Director Lori Bolasevich announced last week that she is retiring and moving with her family to Littleton, New Hampshire, where she will begin work as that town’s finance director at the end of this year.
As the Select Board considers changing the town’s health insurance provider, the School Committee has written a letter asking the board not to do so.
With a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, Harvard’s Community Emergency Response Team has begun planning for the possibility of a dispensing site here in town.
Select Board has appointed a new committee to investigate what might be done with the Bromfield House when it is vacated next fall.
Facilities Manager Jeff Hayes has looked into another option for protecting the old library from water damage until the roof can be replaced or repaired—metal diverters, to be installed under the slate and over the gutters.
Responding to a joint letter from Lancaster and Harvard, Fort Devens commander Lt. Col. Lindsey Halter came to the Lancaster Board of Selectmen’s meeting Monday to answer questions.
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Mother of Harvard resident, avid animal lover