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This fall Harvard Diggins Library will host programs exploring NASA’s newest next-generation telescope launch, part of a line-up of programming made possible through NASA My Library.
Staff vaccination rates at six McHenry County nursing homes have declined since Aug. 1, despite a mandate requiring Illinois health care employees to get vaccinated
In years past, people who drank too much beer might have wound up at the Harvard police station. Now, the building’s being repurposed and it will soon be a place where people can come together to hoist a beer.
Union Pacific entered into agreement to sell some or all 41 stations, including at Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Woodstock, Harvard and McHenry
Police reports from Crystal Lake, Harvard, Huntley and Lake in the Hills.
With the move to a new communication and dispatch network, the Woodstock, Harvard, Marengo and Union fire protection districts will purchase new two-way radios using federal grant dollars.
Police reports for Crystal Lake, Harvard, Lake in the Hills and Marengo.
A Chicago-based company on Thursday finalized its acquisition of a 75% ownership stake in four pet food companies, including Harvard’s Pedigree Ovens.
"A this juncture, my initial reaction is that things are moving in a positive direction," Harvard Mayor Mike Kelly said.
Harvard police arrested the 24-year-old in February 2020, in connection with allegations that he battered a person he knew