1. Unauthorized Debit Card Transactions
Solares Hill Advisors Jay Marsden 32 Wendy Lane Holliston, MA 01746 617-306-1572 Am I liable for unauthorized transactions on my debit card? It depends. Federal law provides consumers with protection against most unauthorized credit and debit-card transactions.
2. Holliston Democrats to Hold Caucus
Democrats in Holliston will hold a caucus to elect delegates to the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s 2015 Issues Convention. An issues convention focuses on topics such as the environment, education, civil rights, and the economy. Delegates hear guest speakers, attend forums, and gather to discuss grassroots strategies and leadership.
3. Arbor Day at the Rail Trail
Thanks to the Holliston Garden Club, the Cross Street entrance to the Rail Trail has two new trees, dedicated on Friday April 24th to celebrate Arbor Day.
4. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 04- 25 - 2015
5. Holliston Democrats Support We the People Act
The Holliston Democratic Town Committee voted unanimously to endorse the “We the People Act” at their March 14 meeting.
6. License Your Dog
All dogs over six months must be licensed before April 30th. A fine of $50 is collected after that date.
7. CPC Finalizes Recommendations for Town Meeting
Members of the committee in attendance were, l to r, Tom Dumas, Rachel Kane, Warren Chamberlain, Chris Bajdek, and Frank Chaimberlain. Not pictured was Susan Woodrow, recording secretary.
8. How to Downsize, Prepare and Sell a House
April 29, 1:00pm, Holliston Council on Aging, 150 Goulding Street, Holliston, MA
9. Selectmen Meet April 22nd
10. Main Breaks on Prospect Street
11. HYDRANT FLUSHING
12. Holliston Conservation Associates Host Vernal Pool Walk
The Holliston Conservation Associates will be holding their annual Vernal Pool Walk on April 25th at 10:00 AM at the Daniels' Conservation Area. Marc Connelly will explain the characteristics of vernal pools and show us some of the creatures who live there. This is a wonderful, hands-on program for children. Adults have fun too!
13. Calling All Cars: HYBSA Parade May 3rd
It's that time of year again. Please join the HYBSA players for the annual parade again this year. May 3rd. Line up at 12:30 at Placentino School. Parade at 1:00 - Done by 1:40.
14. Dog Poop Topic of Discussion at Rail Trail Meeting
15. Second Citizens Police Academy Coming
Still time to Register The Holliston Police Department has scheduled its second Citizens Police Academy for April 29-July 1. The focus of this eleven-week academy is to educate citizens about the Holliston Police Department, its organization, operations and role in the community. The age requirement has been dropped to 17 to make the course available to high school seniors who may be considering a career in law enforcement.
16. Dancing Arts Students Advance
Dancing Arts Center is proud to announce that four of its students will attend renowned intensive dance programs across the countrry this summer.
17. Walkway has Flowers
The new walkway connecting the Exchange Street Parking lot and Central Street is now complete, with spring flowers too.
18. Lights and Building Purchase. Our survey results are in….
Are we in favor of more taxes by debt exclusions?
19. Eighth Annual A Taste of Holliston
On Sunday, May 3, 2015, The Holliston Historical Society will host our 8th Annual “A Taste of Holliston” from 1 PM to 3 PM.
20. 101 Baseball Book Signing
Author Josh Pahigian visited Mudville on Saturday and met with the Holliston Mudville Baseball team at Casey's and signed his book 101 Baseball Places to See Before You Strike Out that includes a chapter acknowledging Holliston as the home of the Thayer's Casey at the Bat poem.