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Harvard Area Community Health Center, operated by Community Health Partnership, located at 62 N. Ayer St., suites A and B, opened March 18.
This summer has brought changes to Harvard’s largest park. A new eastern access road to Milky Way Park off Ratzlaff Street and additional parking spots should be completed by the end of September.
Harvard received some Christmas cheer with the news that Flocon Inc., Cary, purchased the former Richco Inc. building located at 1000 Northfield Ave.
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.
McHenry County and regional agencies have been trying to entice truck and engine manufacturer Navistar into relocating its headquarters to the former Motorola building in Harvard.
With the close of 2011, most people are looking ahead to what will be happening this year. The Harvard Fire Department is no exception — it is optimistically looking forward to the coming year.
It isn’t always easy to grow the best vegetables or plant the most beautiful flowers, but luckily for novice gardeners, there are about 90 to 100 experts in McHenry County available for assistance.
After a shakeup in leadership that left executive director Mary Lu Seidel without a job, board member Art Wagoner took over the top position at the Corporation for Affordable Homes in McHenry County l
Claudia Mejia, 36, Harvard, was found unfit to stand trail after a psychologist said she likely is suffering from prolonged post-partum depression.
By JAY SCHULZ The Main Line
The consolidated elections April 9 produced a disappointing turnout and a race that has not been resolved yet.