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Former NFL player dedicated his life to helping others

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John Powers may have spent five years playing professional football in the National Football League, but to friends and family his biggest impact came off the field.

Merryman in violation of agreement

Merryman Aggregates, which owns a 45-acre site east of Walmart on McGuire Road that is being mined for gravel, is in violation of its annexation agreement with the city of Harvard after failing to mak

Christmas in Harvard: Annual celebration kicks off the holiday season

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

First to state

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

Chamber expo set to return

After a year off, the Harvard Chamber of Commerce & Industry will hold its Business Showcase & Indoor Garage Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Shop with a Cop program helps Harvard families

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Harvard police officer Aaron Palmer had an idea. Every year, McHenry County Police Charities holds Shop with a Cop at two Walmart locations in the county, Johnsburg and Crystal Lake.

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

Harvard says goodbye to Andi Swenson

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On Jan. 11, more than 1,000 people visited the south gym at Harvard High School to say goodbye to Andi Swenson. Andi, who battled cystic fibrosis, received a rare double lung/liver transplant Oct.

MCRide may come to Harvard

Harvard residents may soon have additional public transportation options. The Harvard City Council approved an inter-governmental agreement with McHenry County at its Dec.

City council approves park usage ordinance

The Harvard City Council voted 5-2 Nov.

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