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Friday, December 2, 2022

State will open temporary housing facility in Devens

The Baker administration has announced that it will open a temporary facility in Devens at the Bob Eisengrein Community Center to help vulnerable individuals and families throughout Massachusetts find emergency housing, a decision that surprised residents, area leaders, and even the agency that regulates commercial and residential development.

Friday, December 2, 2022

Boards are unable to agree on changes to bylaw for entertainment licenses

Confusion dominated the Planning Board’s Nov. 28 hearing on two modifications to a zoning bylaw that would allow annual entertainment licenses to be granted to some entities that are currently ineligible for those licenses.

Friday, December 2, 2022

School Committee struggles with costs, reliance on offsets

The full School Committee—and the public—got a first look this week at the school district’s recommended budget for fiscal 2024, which school administrators and the budget subcommittee have been working on for weeks.

Friday, December 2, 2022

Pond is drawn down too far, expected to reach desired level in coming weeks

Bare Hill Pond is looking more bare than usual these days after the annual drawdown drained an extra 7 inches of water this year—over and above the intended 6½-foot reduction. 

Friday, December 2, 2022

MassDevelopment releases names of candidates vying for Devens Committee seats

MassDevelopment has released the names of candidates vying to fill three seats on the Devens Committee and two on the Devens Educational Advisory Committee.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Devens residents will vote to fill seats on two elected advisory committees

Next month, Devens voters will choose representatives to fill seats on the two committees responsible for advising MassDevelopment—the agency that oversees development of the former U.S. Army base—on resident concerns and the education of their children.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Final draft of climate action plan presented to Select Board, vote postponed

During the Nov. 15 meeting of the Select Board, the Harvard Climate Initiative Committee presented its finalized draft of a climate action plan.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Bromfield boys soccer shuts out Sutton for record-breaking fifth state championship

The No. 1 seed Bromfield boys soccer team silenced their doubters Saturday night by shutting out No. 2 seed and perennial rival Sutton 3-0 and winning the MIAA Division 5 championship for a record-setting fifth consecutive year.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Army looking into Devens as source of PFAS contamination in north Harvard wells

Residents in the northwest part of Harvard whose wells were found to be contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) two years ago may be one step closer to knowing where those substances came from.

Friday, November 25, 2022

New pickleball courts top Parks and Rec requests for capital spending

Will fiscal 2024 finally bring dedicated pickleball courts to Harvard? If the Parks and Recreation Commission can convince the Capital Planning and Investment Committee and voters to spend $300,000 on the project, the answer will be “yes.”

Friday, November 25, 2022

Baker signs Public Lands Protection Act to safeguard open space

A state policy that has guided Harvard’s use of town-owned conservation lands for 25 years has finally achieved the force of law.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Driver charged in last month’s fatal crash on I-190

Christopher Filz, 19, of Shirley, faces a range of charges including motor vehicle homicide from a crash that killed one teen and injured two others last month

Friday, November 25, 2022

Devens to provide emergency housing

Friday, November 18, 2022

Finance Department proposes dollar limits for town and school spending

As budgeting for fiscal 2024 gets underway, town officials are reacting to a projected budget deficit of just over $255,000 by recommending that town departments and the schools be limited in their spending to a fixed percentage of next fiscal year’s revenue.

Friday, November 18, 2022

School Committee challenges accusation it misuses Devens revenue

In a statement read at the Nov. 14 School Committee meeting, Chair Abby Besse called the town administration’s accusation that the committee is misusing Devens revenue and the district owes the town money for teacher benefits “blatantly false and pernicious.”

Friday, November 18, 2022

Governor approves higher Devens commercial cap; MassDevelopment CEO reassures residents

The higher commercial cap for Devens approved by the Legislature earlier this month is now law.

Friday, November 18, 2022

Revenue committee takes new look at old idea—split-rate property tax

At its Nov. 10 meeting, the Revenue Ideation Committee fine-tuned its report for the Select Board.

Friday, November 11, 2022

Harvard voter turnout remains high and solidly blue

Even as the Massachusetts secretary of state predicted low turnout of about 45% for Tuesday’s election, a steady stream of voters kept poll workers in Harvard busy all day. By the end of the day, just over 68% of Harvard’s registered voters had cast ballots.

Friday, November 11, 2022

Legislature doubles commercial development cap at Devens, ignoring limit requested by Harvard, Ayer, and Shirley

If Gov. Charlie Baker signs the economic development bill sent to him by the Legislature last week, MassDevelopment, the agency overseeing the redevelopment of Devens, will have the authority to build more than twice the amount of the commercial and industrial space allowed by current law.

Friday, November 11, 2022

DPW asks capital committee for $600K to design renovation of Depot Road facility

Three more departments went before the Capital Planning and Investment Committee at its Nov. 3 meeting to request a total of about $1.3 million for fiscal 2024. The bulk of that amount represents the cost of three Department of Public Works projects.

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