Water Companies in Hardwick, MA
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Brookfield Town Water Department
(508) 867-5722 more info
Gilbertville Water District
(413) 477-6411 more info
(978) 355-2813 more info
North Brookfield Water Department
(508) 867-0207 more info
Paxton Water Department
(508) 753-9077 more info
Spencer-Town of: Water Dept
(508) 885-7525 more info
Templeton Municipal Light Co
(978) 939-5323 more info
Town of Barre: Highway Sewer and Water
(978) 355-5013 more info
Town of North Brookfield: Pump Sta
(508) 867-0207 more info
Ware Water Department
(413) 967-9620 more info

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Facts about Hardwick, MA:
Hardwick is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States, about 20 miles (32 km) west of the city of Worcester. It had a population of 2,990 at the 2010 census. It includes the villages of Hardwick, Gilbertville, Wheelwright and Old Furnace. Hardwick was first settled in 1737 and was officially incorporated in 1739, named in honor of Philip Yorke, Lord Hardwicke,[1] an English nobleman. In 1762, General Timothy Ruggles, one of the leading Tories of New England, introduced the Hardwick Fair, now the oldest annual fair in the United States. During the late 1800s, Hardwick experienced an expansion of its manufacturing industry, textile and paper mills, both of which left the area by the 1930s. The town has retained its agricultural roots, a long-standing tradition in the region. Hardwick is the home of Eagle Hill School, founded in 1967. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 40.8 square miles (106 km2), of which 38.6...

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