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Friday, May 3, 2024

Select Board postpones merging Fire Department, Ambulance Service

Select Board members listened attentively this week to a report that advocated combining Harvard’s Fire Department and Ambulance Service into a single organization. 

Friday, May 3, 2024

Bill that would lift Devens housing cap to get first hearing

The Massachusetts Legislature announced this week it will host a hearing on Gov. Maura Healey’s “Mass Leads” economic development bill at the State House on Tuesday, May 7. The bill includes two provisions of concern to Harvard and Devens residents.

Friday, May 3, 2024

Sennott receives 2024 James Foley Press Freedom award

Charlie Sennott, a former Bolton Road resident and advisor to the Harvard Press, was the recipient this week of the 2024 James Foley Press Freedom award.

Friday, April 26, 2024

Offensive or not, parade speech will no longer be policed by Fourth of July Committee

A yearlong attempt by the Fourth of July Committee to ban political and other speech that some bystanders might find offensive from the town’s annual parade came to an end last Thursday.

Friday, April 26, 2024

Select Board asks state to allow debt increase for town water project, will seek voter support at May 10 STM

The town needs an additional $2.3 million for the project that will connect its town water system to the Devens water supply, leaving the Water Commission and the Select Board with few good options.

Friday, April 26, 2024

The cost of clean water: Town, Devens agree on rates and use limitations for town’s planned public water supply

In about two years, if all goes well, the town’s public water will come from the treated wells in Devens. 

Friday, April 26, 2024

Badminton courts, landscaping businesses are in the works on Ayer Road

A 16-court badminton facility and two landscaping businesses are slated for the commercial district on Ayer Road.

Friday, April 26, 2024

Firefighters have permit to burn house for training; some neighbors object

The history of fires in Still River has left neighborhood residents with admiration for the Harvard firefighters who extinguished those blazes. But it has also left some residents reluctant to let the Fire Department burn a house in Still River as a training exercise.

Friday, April 19, 2024

EPA sets new limits on ‘forever chemicals;’ town water squeaks by

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency set a nationwide standard for PFAS—more commonly known as “forever chemicals”—in drinking water. The latest tests on Harvard’s town water, supplied by two wells on Pond Road, passed all the new regulations, although one of the regulated substances passed by only three-hundredths of a milligram per liter.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Committee ponders how to vet administrator candidates

Town Administrator Tim Bragan, set to retire July 1, has already left the building, but the search for his replacement is just beginning.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Devens water connection bids $1.3 million over budget

Bids for the water main portion of the project to connect Harvard to the Devens public water system were opened April 16, and the news was not good.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Harvard firefighters give mutual aid after fiery crash in Devens

Harvard firefighters provided aid last week when a truck burst into flames after crashing into a health center in Devens.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Hola! Bonjour! Middle school restores world languages as core subject

After a year of piloting a schedule with only four core curriculum subjects, Bromfield middle schoolers will once again have five core subjects next fall. 

Friday, April 19, 2024

School Committee approves new contract with Whitsons food service

At its April 8 meeting, the School Committee unanimously approved a contract for the 2024-25 school year with Whitsons Culinary Group, which has been supplying food to the Harvard schools since late last fall.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Town administrator on vacation until ‘sometime in June’

Town Administrator Tim Bragan, who is scheduled to retire July 1, told the Press last week that, beginning April 12, he would begin using the 320 hours of time off he has accrued over his 17-year career in Harvard.

Friday, April 12, 2024

Town Meeting voters approve budget, multifamily zoning, and Bromfield House lease extension

More than 250 Harvard voters were already in the Cronin Auditorium when Moderator Bill Barton called the meeting to order at 12:10 pm last Saturday, April 6. People continued to arrive for the next half hour or more, up to the official total of 392, which is more than double the 2023 turnout.

Friday, April 12, 2024

Town Meeting votes to allow town to use property liens to collect overdue fines and fees

One of the liveliest discussions at the April 6 Town Meeting involved an article that would allow the town to put a lien on the property owned by any resident who ignores charges, fines, or fees related to town bylaws.

Friday, April 12, 2024

Bylaw enabling multifamily housing district on Ayer Road passes after 40-minute debate

Three and a half hours into Town Meeting, voters began debate on the proposed bylaw to create an 8-acre multifamily zoning district on Ayer Road at the intersection of Route 2. 

Friday, April 12, 2024

Bob O’Shea, longtime harbormaster, named 2023 Citizen of Note

Shortly into the warrant articles for Town Meeting, April 6, 2024, came a much anticipated moment, a moment awaited by residents at town meetings going back to 1967—the time to pay tribute to the year’s Citizen of Note. This year that is Bob O’Shea. 

Friday, April 12, 2024

Voters approve borrowing $9.8 million for DPW renovation

The dilapidated Department of Public Works buildings will finally get the attention they have needed for years. Voters at both Town Meeting and the polls approved the request to borrow $9,894,200 to revamp the facility.

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