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Harvard Community Radio is back on the airwaves after nearly a year of internet-only broadcasting. General Manager Dave Gardner affixed the new transmitter to the roof of the station office at 48 N.
Five distinguished alumni were inducted into the Harvard High School Hall of Fame in a Nov. 18 ceremony.
Harvard resident Dick Brouillette is an architect of sorts. He takes cues from existing buildings and scales them down to fit his clientele — usually the winged, feathered type.
Watching Orrin Kinney walk around the Starline Factory is like seeing the energy of a child on a playground coupled with the knowledge of a master craftsman.
Claudia Mejia, 36, Harvard, was found unfit to stand trail after a psychologist said she likely is suffering from prolonged post-partum depression.
One of Harvard’s most unique stores will be moving to a new location. ArtTunes, the art gallery and musician studio located at 104 W. Front St. for the past three years, moved to 606 N.
Pat Boltz, 78, director of the Harvard Food Pantry, passed away Saturday, July 9, after a month-long battle with illness.
Illinois’ budgeting process is affecting many state-funded social service agencies — organizations that provide services like counseling and working with people with disabilities.
The two health systems planning to build new hospitals in McHenry County have responded differently to rejections by the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board.
Owners of unwanted properties have an option between taking a loss on selling their property and becoming landlords — they can hire a property management company.