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What was going on in Harvard a year ago today ... 10, 16 years ago? Here are Press headlines from previous issues on or near today’s date.

May 4, 2007

  • Latimer joins the Press as news editor
  • Parker Charter School looks to buy, and expand, at Devens
  • 100 Harvard residents rally for more school aid from state
  • Affordable housing proposed for Stow Road
  • Town recoups $209,000 in SPED money

May 2, 2008

  • School board struggles through program cuts
  • Survey results are in: Voters split on override
  • Ancient oak, endangered salamander attract widespread interest

May 8, 2009

  • Citizens vote neigh to impose stable permit license fees
  • Pond receives stormwater treatment funds
  • Bid to curtail drive-through windows fails at Annual Town Meeting
  • H1N1 virus case confirmed at elementary school
  • Hazmat spills at Devens reveal communications gap
  • Selectmen authorized to petition state for beer and wine licenses
  • Voters approve town center sewer
  • Jefferson’s contract extended again
  • Police close to solving rash of break-ins

May 7, 2010

  • School Committee to consider Ethics Commission ruling
  • Voters reject override for school user fees
  • Town Meeting says no to meals tax

May 6, 2011

  • Interim superintendent signs on, takes stock, talks goals
  • Selectmen move closer to choice of permanent fire chief
  • Bird dogs could be banished from town
  • Blair: Town’s obligations to retired workers a potential ‘tornado’
  • Conservation Commission gets $50K to fight invasives

May 4, 2012

  • Voters, Town Meeting say yes to Town Hall project
  • Wallace returns to Board of Selectmen
  • Town Meeting rejects surcharge increase
  • Town Meeting: No CPA funds for church project
  • Conservation Commission gets $50K to fight invasives

May 3, 2013

  • Bombing suspect puts spotlight on Devens prison
  • Voters elect Blair, Sklar, Minar, and Breslauer

May 2, 2014

  • Following two-hour forum, selectmen are ready to decide Town Hall scheme
  • O’Shea may leave Bromfield for Greenfield

May 7, 2015

  • Hildreth House renovation inches forward
  • Noted Bromfield teacher and wildflower expert dies
  • Selectmen approve fire truck purchase
  • Snow removal breaks the bank
  • Charter-Comcast deal ‘off the table’

May 6, 2016

  • Planning Board accepts Hildreth House site plan
  • Search for new finance director comes up empty
  • Dump fees will go up for everyone
  • Conservation Commission wants updated open space and recreation plan

May 5, 2017

  • Community Harvest adds peach trees to Prospect Hill orchard
  • Weekend fire damages Still River house
  • Proposed election changes draw fire from two more town boards
  • K-wing’s troubled history shapes the HES renovation project
  • Two conservation groups collaborate to protect Horse Meadows Knoll
  • Josh Myler is new HES principal

May 4, 2018

  • Divided selectmen vote to recommend borrowing for new school
  • Citizen petition asks for affordable housing at Hildreth
  • As taxes rise, town seeks means-tested ways to lower them for seniors
  • Groundwater protection overlay district would protect public water
  • Officials make changes to seating and voting at Town Meeting

May 3, 2019

  • Downgraded values for Harvard’s houses result in second year of uneven tax changes
  • Back to the Future: Articles 28 and 29 would return annual budget prep to FinCom
  • Soil problems, slow permits cause worries, but school project moves ahead
  • Feds arrest two men in identity theft cases
  • Momentum builds to repair old library roof next year

May 8, 2020

  • State’s new mask order sparks enforcement debate
  • Select Board shortens poll hours, brainstorms town meeting venues

May 7, 2021

  • Select Board approves BOH application to opt out of mosquito spraying
  • Pandemic fells Memorial Day and July 4 events for second year
  • Proposed study to revitalize commercial zone sparks optimism among businesses, wariness among residents

May 6, 2022

  • Press wins six awards at 2022 New England newspaper competition
  • With queries to state pending, board mulls plan for Ayer Road reconstruction

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