• State House advances - 09/02/2014 12:30 PM EDT
  • Warren opposes casino law - 09/02/2014 12:04 PM EDT
  • Unions split among Dems running for Guv - 09/02/2014 12:02 PM EDT
  • Pro-Grossman - 09/02/2014 10:45 AM EDT
    Longboarding competition takes to the hills

    08/29/2014 10:00 AM EDT
    HARVARD -- Music blasted from outside the Harvard General Store as 18-year-old Eddie Henriquez took to the edge of the mini-ramp set up in the parking lot. 
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    News from Harvard PTO
    08/25/2014 02:11 PM EDT - Welcome back! With a few days left before the start of school, the Harvard Schools Parent-Teacher Organization would like to welcome you back and hope you are as excited as we are for another year of events and programs sponsored by our organization. Full Story

    FinCom discusses possible budget for ZBA, Planning bds.

    AYER -- The Finance Committee talked about bringing a minimal budget proposal to the Board of Selectmen that would accommodate the operational needs of the Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Board. Full Story
    Signs at historical, conservation sites

    get ConsCom nod of support
    GROTON -- The Conservation Commission voted in support of a suggestion by Historical Commission member Michael Roberts to post signs around town, including on conservation land, which would inform about features of historical or natural significance. Full Story
    Shirley Shines 2014

    SHIRLEY -- Perhaps you have a box of Shirley memorabilia or hidden treasures of the past you would like to display. Full Story
    PTO News

    PTO membership and student directory
    09/02/2014 12:00 PM EDT
    The PTO is now accepting membership forms and we hope you will rejoin us this year or join us for the first time. 
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    Harvard Public Library this week
    09/02/2014 11:21 AM EDT - Storytimes Storytimes will resume the week of September 22. Check the calendar on the Library's website for exact days and times of fall storytimes: www. Full Story

    BOS passes on Lawton land, opens door to HCT
    08/29/2014 07:32 AM EDT - HARVARD -- Selectmen voted to exercise the town's right-of-first-refusal for the Lawton property on Littleton Road and to cede its purchase option to the Harvard Conservation Trust. Full Story

    Shriver Job Corps celebrates 50 years
    08/29/2014 07:33 AM EDT - DEVENS -- Shriver Job Corps celebrated 50 years of workforce training on Wednesday, when state officials piled into a packed auditorium at the Devens site to congratulate the center. Full Story

    Officials considering commuter rail plans
    08/29/2014 07:34 AM EDT - AYER -- Parties in the downtown commuter station dispute are one step closer to finding a possible resolution, Rep. Full Story

    NVMC expands, upgrades under new leadership
    08/29/2014 07:33 AM EDT - AYER -- Since Sal Perla took the helm as president of Nashoba Valley Medical Center, he has met with 11 local town administrators and numerous EMS services to learn about the communities the hospital serves. Full Story

    Holdenwood run registration now open
    08/29/2014 07:33 AM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Who has already signed up to take part in Shirley's eighth annual Holdenwood Trail Run to benefit the Ayer Shirley Education Foundation? Full Story

    Shaker tours in September, October
    08/29/2014 07:33 AM EDT - There are only a few days in the year when people can go to MCI Shirley and have a guided tour of the Shirley Shaker Village buildings. Full Story

    Mandatory water restriction in Devens
    08/29/2014 07:32 AM EDT - In accordance with MA DEP's revised Water Management Act Permit issued to MassDevelopment, a mandatory water restriction is now in place. Full Story

    Harvard police log
    08/29/2014 07:31 AM EDT - TUESDAY, Aug. 12 A.M. 7:08 road hazards, referred to other agency, Harvard General Store; 10:42 motor vehicle disabled, gone on arrival, Massachusetts Avenue at Codman Hill Road; 10:59 motor vehicle accident with injury, no services needed, Simon Atherton Row at Babbitt Lane; P. Full Story

    New England's tallest lighthouse sells for $78,000

    YORK, Maine (AP) — New England's tallest lighthouse has been sold for $78,000. A federal government spokeswoman says the General Services Administration has accepted a bid for the Boon Island Light Station off York, Maine. Full Story
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    Cee Lo Green makes controversial comments about rape

    Former 'The Voice’ judge deleted Twitter account temporarily after causing stir by suggesting women must be conscious to be raped.