Looking ahead to summer boating on the pond, the Parks and Recreation Commission is working to update the rental kiosk at the town beach.
Based on Monday’s unanimous School Committee endorsement, Bromfield classes will start half an hour later than they have in the past, at 8:15 a.m. rather than 7:45 a.m.
The state reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case in Harvard for the week ending March 16, bringing the town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases since the pandemic began to 116.
Nearly 200 residents received a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in Harvard last week, courtesy of the state’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services.
With the May 18 Town Election approaching, positions on Harvard’s four elected boards—School Committee, Select Board, and boards of trustees for Warner Free Lectures and Harvard Public Library—are opening as the terms of the currently serving members come to a close.
Practically speaking, neither Bromfield House nor the land where it sits has as many possible uses as town boards and residents believed.
Gov. Charlie Baker announced that all Massachusetts residents 16 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination starting April 19, and older residents will be eligible even sooner.
With little fanfare, the Select Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to accept the fiscal 2022 budget recommended by the town’s Finance Committee.
The Planning Board has unanimously approved the special permit for AT&T to upgrade the equipment on the cell tower at 60 Old Shirley Road.
The state reported three new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the week ending March 9, bringing the town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases since the pandemic began to 115.