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Updated 01 - 31 - 2015
2. What You Need to Know About College Admissions: The Transfer Applicant
Many students who begin their studies at one college do not earn their college degree at that institution. According to the National Association of College Admissions Counselors, approximately one-third of college students transfer. Why? West Virginia University
3. Town Census
The annual town street listing form was recently mailed to all households in Holliston. This is a very important census document that should/must be returned to Town Hall. Failure to return results in name removal from the active voting list.
4. Fire and Ice at Lake Winthrop
The 7th Annual Fire and Ice event at Pleasure Point on Lake Winthrop is Sunday, February 8th. Come and enjoy skating, ice fishing, sledding, walking, roasted marshmallows, hot chocolate, food and of course warming by the fire pits.
5. Local Swim Team Doing Great
Students from Holliston and Medway have collaborated to create a local swim team of 40 swimmers with a 6-0 record in the Tri-Valley League.
6. Police Log: January 19 - 25, 2015
Want to get rid of stuff? Just leave it in plain sight in your unlocked car overnight. It will be gone in the morning.
7. Holliston Pantry Shelf presents SOUPer Bowl 2015
8. Are Storm Alerts Overdone?
This is New England and we should just ignore the snow for the most part and go about our daily business.
9. Firefighters & EMTs Practice Ice and Water Rescue
Fifteen Holliston firefighters and EMTs spent Saturday morning jumping into the frigid waters of Lake Winthrop to learn how to save you and me from an icy grave should we be unfortunate enough to fall through the ice on one of many ponds in Holliston.
10. Middle School Wrestlers attended The Natick Ed Deeley Youth Tournament
11. MEMA’S TIPS FOR PREPARING FOR THE STORM
“Before the arrival of the storm this evening, it is important that you take the proper steps to ensure the safety of your family and home,” said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Kurt Schwartz.
12. Slipping and Sliding Folks
13. Piano Charlie, the Wild life of a notorious Bullard
Join us at Bullard Memorial Farm to hear the fascinating tale of “Piano Charlie, the Wild life of a notorious Bullard”
14. Representative Dykema Welcomes Holliston Cub Scout Pack 47 to the State House
Boston, MA - On Friday, January 16th, Representative Carolyn Dykema welcomed members of Cub Scout Pack 47 from Holliston and their families to the State House.
15. Selectmen Meet on January 21, 2015
Way down the Bogastow Brook, deep in the woods off Rogers Road on this cloudy dark night comes the cry of the lost Holliston Selectmen: Hey, where the heck is the Serocki house? I wasn't any help as I had only driven by once and that was during the daytime.
16. Too Young to Die But It's Happening
17. Celebration of New Ministry
St. Michael's welcomed and celebrated Reverand Sarah Robbins-Cole as Rector of the Parish on Tuesday, January 20th.
18. HIB Focuses on Judges' Suggestions
19. Foreign Exchange Students in Holliston
Holliston High School welcomed two students from China this past fall. These students who will graduate from Holliston High this spring have added invaluable diversity to the school population and have helped shape the school district's global education program. They have been hosted by local families.
20. Historical Society Ponders Growing Pains