Every year there are many families in Harvard who do not have the resources to provide toys and clothing for their children or food for Christmas dinner.
The Alden United Methodist Church is celebrating 150 years of serving the Hebron community this year. Bobette Von Bergen is a longtime member of the church.
Healing Hearts with Hooves and Hounds will hold a benefit dinner dance, featuring former Green Bay Packer Blaise Winter at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, at Stratford Banquet Hall, 21007 McGuire Road.
Three years ago, Tammy Beyel-Herrera decided to put into motion a plan to bring the idea of a fun family festival back to the city of Harvard.
With the help of a $1,450 grant from the McHenry County Farm Bureau, the Harvard Fire Protection District was able to purchase a much-needed grain extractor.
Hosting a foreign exchange student or allowing one’s child to become an exchange student is a gift many families can give which has the potential to change the life of a young person forever.
According to the Rev. Jeff Borgerson of First Presbyterian Churc, Harvard, the role of the church’s deacons is to help people in need.
The Harvard Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the city of Harvard Events Committee will team up again to host the third annual Tri-County Pro Rodeo at 7:30 p.m.
Harvard School District 50 has hired Gregorio Arellano-Rodriguez to fill the position of bilingual coordinator.
A group of marketing students at Harvard High School recently participated in the second annual Marketing Challenge at McHenry County College and placed fifth in the competition.
Harvard’s past is alive, vibrant, surprising and waiting for visitors.
Glazed pottery bowls decorated by Harvard High School students, faculty and staff will help fight hunger from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 27, in the Harvard High School cafeteria, 1103 N.
Harvard School District 50 and Mercy Harvard Hospital will partner to host a Health and Wellness Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at Harvard High School south gym, 1103 N. Jefferson St.
Muhammed Ali once said “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” Long-time Harvard resident Barbara Rowe has served her community and is now in need of her community’s
BraveHearts Therapeutic Riding & Educational Center added a new award to its recognition ceremony Jan. 26 at Donley’s Wild West Town, Union.
According to Harvard High School Booster Club President Tom Mackenzie, people have the wrong idea about the booster club.
“Libraries are not made, they grow,” said English author Augustine Birrell. Truer words were never spoken of the Harvard Diggins Library, 900 E. McKinley St.
The Harvard High School Hall of Fame Committee, a joint committee of Harvard Education Foundation members and high school personnel, has selected three former students as the newest inductees into the
McHenry County and the rest of the nation suffered from hard-hitting weather.