Hard is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. The town is found 25 miles west-northwest of Boston, in eastern Massachusetts. A cultivating group settled in 1658 and fused in 1732, it has been home to a few non-customary groups, for example, Hard Shaker Village and the idealistic Transcendentalist focus Fruitlands.
Today it is a princely private town noted for its brilliant government funded schools, with its understudies reliably positioning in the state's main ten test brings about English and math. The populace was 6,520 at the 2010 enumeration. In 1734, the town was considered to have five regions or towns. These were Oak Hill, Bare Hill, Still River, Old Mill and Shabikin, introduce day Devens.