1. Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk on Thursday July 9 at 6:30 PM
2. Town Cleanup Week (July 14-21).
Holliston in Bloom is reaching out to the community for help for the upcoming Town Cleanup Week (July 14-21).
3. Sara Hosmer Honored
Sara Hosmer, Holliston High Class of 1989, has had the class of 2015 yearbook dedicated to her. Sara is currently the Principal of the Martin Young School in Randolph, Massachusetts.
4. End of Era with Paul LeBeau
The Selectmen's meeting on Wednesday, July 1st was the last one Paul LeBeau will attend as Town Administrator after 32 years on the job. It was a traditional meeting, agenda wise, until the end. Good bye Paul, and thanks for all you have done was the closing theme.
5. Placentino and Miller Spruce Up With Flowers
Holliston Garden Club member, Annie Hale, shares her gardening wisdom with Miller students
6. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 07- 02 - 2015
7. Selectmen's Agenda for July 1, 2015
8. Mosquito Control
Complaints about mosquitoes may be registered by calling the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project office at 508-393-3055, Monday through Friday between 7 AM to 3:30 PM. Mosquito investigations in Holliston will be on July 1, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29. These dates are very tentative, and this program is suspended when cool night time temperature becomes predominant in this area.
9. The Drug Forum Launched HDAAC
In February, the Holliston PTSA held a Forum on drug access and abuse in Holliston and since that evening, a group of volunteers has been organizing the Holliston Drug and Alcohol Awareness Coalition
10. Fire & EMS Log: June 19- 25, 2015
11. A Zurich Restaurant
Here is a great reason to go to Zurich, Switzerland, if you need one. The popular Fork & Bottle restaurant is owned and operated by Mike Goguen, a Holliston High graduate, Class of 1994. It is considered an urban oasis with a beer garden that can seat 300, and an inside dining room for 130.
12. Friday Was Biggest Night Ever for Lion's Carnival
13. Town Administrator Paul LeBeau Retirement Party
Friends and co-workers met at Anthony's on the Green on Friday afternoon to wish Paul LeBeau the best in his retirement as long time Town Administrator.
14. Entire Rail Trail To Be Town Owned Shortly
15. Your New Kiddy Pool Could Get You into Hot Water
With lawyers and code enforcers hiding behind every tree, we have to be careful not to violate the complicated codes concerned with keeping Dick and Jane cool this summer.
16. Miller’s Marathon Fitness Challenge a Success
Miller students recently completed their 21 week Marathon Fitness Challenge (MFC), an incentive based run/walk program. Students were encouraged to run or walk an ultimate distance of a marathon (26.2 miles) or half marathon (13.1 miles). Miller grades 3, 4, and 5 congregate for recognition of MFC accomplishments.
17. Selectmen Met on June 24th
The Board of Selectmen met to sign the contract of Jeff Ritter, the newly appointed Town Administrator, and conduct usual business.
18. Silverwood Organic Farm
Hollison residents Abel Clark and Laura Raney are instrumental in spearhading new growth initiatives as Farm Managers of Silverwood Organic Farm in Sherborn.
19. Holliston in Bloom Plans
Holliston is preparing to welcome the America in Bloom judges in July who will evaluate our floral displays, overall impression, heritage preservation, landscape, environmental efforts and urban forestry. The Hollston in Bloom Committee, with help from many town volunteers, are working dilligently so that Holliston will once again receive recognition awards.
20. Holliston's Mother and Son Artists, Ann and Luke Kelly
Holliston's mother and son artists, Ann and Luke Kelly, have their art exhibited this summer at the Holliston Public Library. Ann Kelly is an oil and watercolor artist and Luke is a ceramic artist.