• State correction commissioner resigns - 07/25/2014 03:18 PM EDT
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    Tension apparent in talks over use of pond by rowers

    07/25/2014 10:28 AM EDT
    HARVARD -- Tensions between the town and Bare Hill Rowing Association rose again on Monday, when the Parks and Recreation Commission spent a good hour renegotiating parts of the contract. 
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    Women's hiking series to hold next hike Aug. 12
    07/21/2014 03:57 PM EDT - The Women's Hiking Series offers hikes on Harvard Conservation land on the second Tuesday of each month from May to October beginning at 9 a. Full Story

    AYER NEWS
    Public opinion sways toward keeping status quo in trash disposal in Ayer

    AYER -- Residents again backed the town's transfer station on Thursday night at a public-input meeting on possible townwide curbside trash pickup. Full Story
    GROTON NEWS
    Groton woman hit, killed by car

    By Robert Mills MediaNews GROTON -- A Groton woman, 68, died as a result of injuries suffered when she was struck by a vehicle while walking along Longley Road on Friday night, according to police. Full Story
    SHIRLEY NEWS
    NVMC gets $318K for behavioral health

    AYER -- Nashoba Valley Medical Center has received more than $300,000 in state funding to boost programs that its president says are addressing a growing need. Full Story
     
    MOST RECENT
    After more than 35 years, Harvard Help still going strong

    07/31/2014 03:58 PM EDT
    HARVARD -- Arly Waldron, 87, has a doctor's appointment she needs to get to. The only problem is that she doesn't drive. 
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    John Hamill remembered as renaissance man who always got things done
    07/29/2014 12:57 PM EDT - HARVARD -- John Hamill was a man who got things done. That's how he was remembered by Harvard residents who packed the Harvard Historical Society July 24, standing in the building that is his lasting legacy. Full Story

    Police warn against approaching bears
    07/25/2014 10:06 AM EDT - HARVARD -- Police are warning the public against approaching bears after a high volume of bear sightings and a report that people paused to take pictures with a hungry one on Simon Atherton Row. Full Story

    For Hildreth House plans, safety balanced with cost
    07/25/2014 10:06 AM EDT - HARVARD -- On an early Tuesday afternoon, the Hildreth House is bustling. Seniors are just finishing up their lunch as staff scurry around and volunteers help clean up the party. Full Story

    NVMC gets $318K for behavioral health
    07/25/2014 10:26 AM EDT - AYER -- Nashoba Valley Medical Center has received more than $300,000 in state funding to boost programs that its president says are addressing a growing need. Full Story

    Harvard police logs
    07/25/2014 07:32 AM EDT - TUESDAY, JULY 8 A.M. 11:16, disabled motor vehicle, Ayer Road P.M. 1:25, wires/trees down, Ann Lees Road; 3:51, larceny/forgery/fraud walk-in, Harvard Police Department; 7:52, motor vehicle stop, citation/warning issued, Still River Road and Prospect Hill Road WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 A. Full Story

    The Posting Board
    07/25/2014 07:31 AM EDT - Calendar Devens tour July 26 Registration is now open for the Connecting Communities -- Along Our Trails tour in Devens on July 26. Full Story

    This week at Harvard Library
    07/22/2014 11:04 AM EDT - Harvard Public Library Storytimes Infant Storytime ~ Mother Goose on the Loose (no sign-up) - Ages 0 - 2 and up: Summer schedule for the Infant Storytime is: Thursdays at 10:30 from July 10 through August 7 Mother Goose on the Loose is an early literacy program that uses rhymes and songs to help pre-reading children get ready for Full Story

    Women's hiking series to hold next hike Aug. 12
    07/21/2014 03:57 PM EDT - The Women's Hiking Series offers hikes on Harvard Conservation land on the second Tuesday of each month from May to October beginning at 9 a. Full Story

    Surplus in school budget allows for extra class section, shade replacements, more
    07/18/2014 07:28 AM EDT - HARVARD -- The School Committee had the chance to fund a few necessities on Tuesday night, after learning of extra money available from the school omnibus budget. Full Story

    Island near Buffalo overrun by hundreds of cats

    NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (AP) — A small island near Buffalo has a big cat problem thanks to people who have abandoned felines there over the years. Full Story
    (Claire Hayhurst/AP)
    Banksy's 'Spy Booth' artwork defaced

    LONDON (AP) — A mural by street artist Banksy that sparked a local preservation campaign has been defaced. Full Story