1. Rail Trail Committee Meets
2. Ag/Com Looks to Save Serocki House
3. Commuters Feedback Opportunity
Rep. Dykema Announces that Framingham/Worcester Line Commuter Rail Riders Can Provide In-Person Feedback to MBTA at South Station Commuter rail riders will get a chance to directly share ride experiences, offer feedback, and voice concerns over the level of service on the Framingham/Worcester line in person to MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott. Scott will be at South Station on Tuesday, December 2nd from 7am-9am to greet rush hour travelers.
4. The Winter Stroll Approacheth
To help you plan your stroll around the schedule of events for November 29, check out the full listing on page two.
5. New Year's Eve on the Trail Returns
6. Candy Cottage Moves into Larger Digs
7. Downtown Vision Committee Reviews Options
8. Placentino Courtyard Has a New Name
It gives me a great deal of personal pleasure to inform you that the Holliston School Committee, by a unanimous and enthusiastic vote, voted to name the courtyard in the Placentino Elementary School in honor of Linda Weene.
9. Eight Arch Bridge Ready for Holidays
The landmark Eight Arch Bridge has been decorated with wreaths for the Holidays thanks to the Holliston Garden Club and the Mayor of Mudville.
10. Coffee with Cops
Once again members of the Holliston Police Department met with residents at Coffee Haven in a friendly unofficial setting to discuss the weather, town events, police matters or whatever.
11. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 11 - 14 - 2014
12. Coffee with a Cop
13. Rail Trail Committee Awash with Good News
14. HOLLISTON SENIOR CENTER HAS A NEW DIRECTOR
Jean Boulette, the new Senior Center Director
15. Holliston Indian Parivar Presents Diwali Dhamaka 2014
16. Veterans are Honored
Holliston veterans were honored on Veterans Day with a dinner at Town Hall sponsored by the Holliston American Legion Post 47, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8507, and by the Holliston Lions assisted by the Leos Club.
17. DMP Wraps Up 2014 Season
18. New Life at the Wilder Building
The Wilder Building at 400 Washington Street has an interesting history, starting in 1836 as the home of hand pumps, until 1920. It has been an antique shop, a place to get hand made weathervanes, signs, lamps and lanterns. In later years it was a popular consignment shop. Now it is going to be the place to go for craft beer, ale and wine.
19. Library News
20. 830 Doses
That's how many flu shots the Board of Health gave this year.