Tickets for Annie Jr. http://www.pranacenter.com/future-production/annie-jr/
Youth Baseball & Softball Parade & Carnival. May 1. See below
Bertucci's offering 15% of sales today to support Holliston in Bloom
Real Estate Tax due Monday May 2nd
License your dog by April 30th to avoid $50 fine

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Board of Selectmen Met April 27

by Nancy Farrell

Selectmen Jay Leary, Chairman Jay Marsden, and Kevin Conley (l to r) met to finalize documents for Town Meeting, coming up on May 9. Mark your calendars.  

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Community Farm Advisory Board Forges Ahead

by Bobby Blair

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Cars with Keyless Security

by Matthew Payton

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Two Grants Awarded for Downtown Planning Efforts (and beyond)

by Mary Greendale

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Summer Scholarships Available

by Press Release

We are pleased to announce three scholarship opportunities for the upcoming summer season. The application deadline has been extended through June 1, 2016. Recipients will be notified shortly thereafter.

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Youth Baseball/Softball Parade

by Jennie LoRicco

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A Taste of Excellence

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Coffee With the Cops

by Bobby Blair

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Annual Town Meeting starts May 9th at 7:30 p.m. and runs for ... nights.

by From the Publisher's Desk


 

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Wiffle Ball Tournament

by Ben Dooley

Please join us on Saturday, April 30, to play Wiffle Ball in the second Wiffle Ball Tournament at Holliston High School to benefit The Timothy O’Connell Foundation!

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Hundreds Enjoyed A Taste of Holliston

by Bill Tobin

A classic spring Sunday afternoon was the perfect setting for the 9th Annual Taste of Holliston at the Holliston Historical Society. Pastries, candy, ice cream, traditional and ethnic foods were offered. No one went home hungry, that is for sure.

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