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New auto parts store to open in spring

A new O’Reilly Auto Parts store is under construction in Harvard. The new building is being built at a vacant lot at 600 S. Division St. in Harvard.

Soccer club prepares young Hornets

While the Harvard High School boys soccer team was busy qualifying for the IHSA state finals for the first time in school history, another group was busy preparing younger Hornets soccer players of th

Christmas in Harvard: Annual celebration kicks off the holiday season

Bright sunshine and mild temperatures greeted Harvard residents, who watched the Christmas parade and attended the Christmas in Harvard festivities Dec. 6.

Heath clinic to receive grant

The Harvard Area Community Health Center will receive $1,238,944 to purchase an existing building, renovate two suites to equip and add a dental clinic and add an additional medical exam room and a de

City council approves park usage ordinance

The Harvard City Council voted 5-2 Nov.

Pastor’s goal becomes reality

How long do you want to stay at the First Presbyterian Church of Harvard? This was the question asked of Jeff Borgerson when he was a candidate to be pastor of the church in 1989.

Dance company changing lives

For 20 years, Tina Hansen, a former Chicagoan who lives in Delavan, Wis., has shared her love and passion for dance with the community.

Harvard’s Casey’s is first in county

The first Casey’s General Store in McHenry County had its grand opening on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at 309 South Division St., attracting sizable interest from the community.

First to state

When the Harvard High School boys soccer team defeated Peoria Christian High School Oct.

Harvard resident receives rare transplant

The call came Oct. 24. The family of Harvard resident Andi Swenson, who has cystic fibrosis and was in need of double-lung/liver transplant, was informed a possible donor had been found for Andi.