A slimmer, deficit-free fiscal 2021 budget is headed to Fall Town Meeting following votes by the Select Board Tuesday night to adjust revenues and expenditures for the coming year.
At its twice-monthly meeting this week, the capital committee approved a new, less costly plan to replace the Bromfield middle school ramp, but left undecided how to pay for it.
The Select Board has endorsed a proposal for a state-licensed day care center for the children of Harvard’s school employees.
Voters at Fall Town Meeting may be asked to approve an emergency rental assistance program for residents who need help with housing costs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At both Hildreth Elementary School and the Bromfield School, a substantial majority of Harvard families have chosen to let their students go back to classrooms this fall.
With election season upon us, the nation is feeling the strain of competing priorities as health and democratic responsibilities conflict.
Three Harvard juveniles who are accused of vandalizing the town beach earlier this month have been criminally summoned to Worcester Juvenile Court on a count of vandalism.
Thanks to the recent actions of state and town officials, the outlook for Harvard’s fiscal 2021 budget has brightened considerably.
The Harvard Board of Health issued a no-swimming order for the town beach on Aug. 24 because of a rapid overgrowth of algae over the weekend—called an ‘algal bloom’—in Bare Hill Pond.
While a larger than usual number of Harvard voters have opted to cast their ballots in next week’s state primary election by mail, those who haven’t can still head to the polls on Sept. 1 and vote in person.