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Back to work

It’s been a quiet holiday in Harvard. But empty streets can be deceiving.

As the new year begins, residents and officials continue to cope with a pandemic of historic proportions. Thankfully Harvard’s schools remain open, but the recent surge in cases, as reported in our page 1 story this week, should dispel any sense of complacency. The town’s boards continue to meet remotely, and the wearing of masks is now required in public buildings.

We’re a hyperlocal paper, and reporting on our government and community will be our continuing mission in 2022. We welcome your suggestions. What should our priorities be?  What have we overlooked? What can we do better? Send your suggestions to editor@harvardpress.net.

Meantime, despite its many challenges, we at the Press welcome 2022 as we bid good riddance to 2021. We’ll do our best to chronicle whatever the year has in store. May yours be healthy and filled with unexpected pleasures.

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