1. Bach Did Come to Holliston
A night to remember! If you were there, you enjoyed a most unusual and beautiful concert. If you were not at this Bach program on Friday at St. Mary's, you missed a once in Holliston fantastic program,
2. Holliston in Bloom
With spring having made its much anticpated debut, Holliston in Bloom has kicked off the season with several exciting projects in town.
3. Stover to Serve as Parade Marshal
4. Holliston Newcomers Club - Grant Award Picnic
It was a beautiful day at Stoddard Park when the Newcomers Club hosted a picnic for all members to present and award grants to many recipients.
5. Fire Department Tests FireIce
A new aid in fighting fires was introduced to Holliston's on-call firefighters on Monday night.
6. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 05- 22 - 2015
7. HIB and Lend-A-Lion Plant the Rail Trail
Members of the Holliston in Bloom Committee and several members of the Lions Club got together Sunday afternoon to plant trees and shrubs donated by Ahronian Landscape Company at Hopping Brook Road and Chestnut Street.
8. Wednesday Morning Rollover
9. Bach Comes to Holliston
Jo Johann Sebastian Bach was born 330 years ago, and is now regarded as one of the greatest composers of all times. The Adult, Children and Youth Choirs will celebrate the anniversary of his birth at St, Mary's on Friday, May 22nd at 7:00pm. All are welcome!
10. Memorial Day Schedule
11. A Tribute to Ann Talbot
Exsultet! will perform "A Life Well Lived: A Tribute to Ann Talbot" on at 7:30 pm Saturday, May 30th at First Congregational Church .
12. HHS Concert Tonight
2015 Disney Spectacular
13. Far Fewer Signs
14. Time to Vote
Ok, the Town Meetings are over, finally, and the Town Elections are next on the agenda. Tuesday, May 19th, the Holliston High gymnasium. Doors open at 7am and close at 8pm allowing plenty of time to work the election into your busy schedule. There are three challenged positions, check them out and cast your vote for the best candidate.
15. Be Safe and Be Seen Crossing Washington Street
Colorful flags in buckets turned up this morning at the crosswalk at Washington and Central Streets. Be Safe and Be Seen, they say, push the button, take a flag, cross the street safely, leave the flag in buckets
16. LT. SHAWN F. MOORE DISPATCH CENTER DEDICATION
17. PorchFest 2015
Area bands and solo artists contributed their talents to the Spring Festival.
18. The Spring Festival
The Holliston Business Assocation Spring Fesival brought folks dowtown to have fun and get to know local businesses and the weatherman cooperated with us too.
19. Is Your Fido Missing
20. Write-in Candidate Suzanne Nersessian for Finance Committee