The Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has issued an advisory about an unknown disease that is killing young birds.
With fireworks at Fruitlands already canceled and uncertainty about the lifting of state-imposed COVID-19 restrictions on large gatherings, the return of Harvard’s iconic Fourth of July festivities this week seemed unlikely.
The news that Police Chief Ed Denmark gave the town his 30-day retirement notice on June 10 surprised both residents and town officials.
Littleton resident Kevin Mitrano will fill Harvard’s newly created position of director of community recreation and education, having been chosen from a field of 20 applicants.
In the spirit of the Summer Olympics, the Permanent Building Committee is running its own race this summer to bring a design and estimate for an alternative property that would serve as the town’s senior center to Fall Town Meeting.
The state reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the week ending July 1.
After nearly 18 years leading the Harvard Police Department, Chief Ed Denmark has given notice that he is retiring.
Temperatures nearing 100 degrees in the shade earlier this week prompted the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory for most of Massachusetts, including Harvard.
On June 23, the town’s new beach director, Michelle Lauria, unexpectedly announced that there would be no lifeguards at town beach until July 5 due to staffing issues.
At Monday’s School Committee meeting, Superintendent Linda Dwight introduced the members to Jennifer Sauter as the recommended candidate to become director of pupil services in the Harvard schools.
A state grant of $100,000 for summer school expansion will allow Harvard schools’ Summer Adventure program to serve a larger group of students and offer more academic support.
The state reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case in Harvard for the week ending June 29 after five consecutive weeks of no cases