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1. Hydrant Flushing

by Linda Mann 4/13/14

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2. Now Showing on HCAT

by Don Cronin 4/11/14

Updated April 11, 2014

4. Valor Act Signed into Law

by Leah Robins 4/9/14

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5. Holliston to Host Exchange Students

by Press Release 4/7/14

Superintendent of Schools Bradford Jackson and Holliston High School Principal Nicole Bottomley are pleased to announce that Holliston High School will be participating in a full-year Foreign Exchange program where HHS will host 2-4 students from China for the 2014-2015 academic year. [comments:1]

6. Selectmen met on April 2nd

by Bill Tobin 4/3/14

The Board of Selectmen meeting on Wednesday, April 2nd had a varied agenda with interesting visitors. [comments:4]

7. Holliston Pantry Shelf Spring Update

by Amy Porter 4/3/14

Spring is a busy time of year at the Holliston Pantry Shelf and there are many ways to support the Pantry even without working a shift. [comments:3]

8. Garden Club & Rail Trail to Celebrate Arbor Day

by Erin Dowling Porter 4/1/14

Celebrating its 80th year of planting trees in Holliston, the Holliston Garden Club announced today that it will host a brief Arbor Day ceremony at the Upper Charles Rail Trail head on South Street in Holliston on Friday, April 25 at 1:00 p.m. to dedicate this year’s tree. (Gordie MacPhail of Holliston plants at the South Street Rail Trail head.)

9. Stacey M. Raffi Announces Candidacy for Holliston School Committee

by Stacey Raffi 3/29/14

Looking for stronger communication about our school district? Looking for true collaboration between the School Committee and the different Boards in town? Looking for decisions based on what is best for ALL of our students?

10. HPD Has a New Lieutenant

by Bill Tobin 3/27/14

Selectmen Kevin Conley, Jay Leary and Jay Marsden congratulate Lt. David Gatchell after he was sworn in at their meeting on March 26th. Congratulations were offered to Craig Denman and Patty Osten on receiving awards for their work with the Cystic Fybrosis Foundation. [comments:3]

11. A Taste of Holliston

by Patricia Pereira 3/26/14

On Sunday, April 6, 2014 from 1 PM to 4 PM, Holliston Historical Society hosts the seventh annual “A Taste of Holliston.”

12. St. Michael's Spring Auction Fundraiser - April 5th

by Lisa Ahronian 3/26/14

Annual Silent Auction: SPRING INTO ACTION!! (St. Michael’s Church, 1162 Highland St Holliston) Saturday, April 5th, from 7:00 to 10:00 PM

13. Rabies Vaccination Day

by Press Release 3/25/14

SATURDAY April 5, 2014 9-11 a.m. Holliston Board of Health will hold a rabies vaccination clinic at the Holliston Highway Department off Arch Street.

14. A Winner at Winning O' the Green

by Bill Tobin 3/24/14

The annual Lions Club big raffle was a great success, fun for all -- and the one winner. The 8th Winning O'The Green green raffle was an exciting evening with a surprise ending. The $10,000 grand prize was won by one person for the first time ever, and he was not a Hollistonian. [comments:1]

15. Denman and Osten Receive Awards

by Steven Hedrick 3/24/14

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation held its 58th Annual Dinner on March 18th at the Westin Hotel in Waltham. A Service Award was given to Craig Denman and the Holliston Auxiliary Police department for their invaluable assistance with the annual October Cycle for Haley - Cycle for Life Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser bike Ride at the Fatima Shrine. The Top award of the evening was the Hope in Action award given to Patty Osten for her years of service to the CF Foundation and CF patients. [comments:2]

16. Marathon Daffodils Bringing Spring to Boston Marathon

by Kathy Thomas 3/22/14

Hundreds of contributors and volunteers have participated to plant over 100,000 daffodils from Hopkinton to Boston, along the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon Route.

17. Cycle for the Cause

by Ceci LeBeau 3/22/14

18. Can You Be Hypnotized?

by Stacey Raffi 3/21/14

Dan Candell, Master “I can hypnotize you in seconds!” He is appearing one time only in Holliston and hypnotizing and reading minds of all takers at Upper Town Hall on Friday May 2, 2014 at 7:30p.

19. Holliston Garden Club Dominates Boston Flower Show

by Erin Dowling Porter 3/20/14

Holliston Garden Club dominated floral design both on and off-stage last week at the annual Boston Flower and Garden Show at Seaport World Trade Center. Always active in this event, this year's club participation was exceptional. [comments:1]

20. Family Winter Program at Breezy Hill Farm

by Paul Saulnier 3/19/14

Sunday, March 16, 2014. Even the animals were in the mood to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day weekend at Breezy Hill Farm. [comments:6]

21. Holliston Pokemon & Magic League

by Cherry Fenton 3/17/14

22. Jimenez Appeals for Freedom

by Bobby Blair 3/14/14

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23. The Hike of the Year

by Bill Tobin 3/11/14

Hollistonian Ed Payne is going for a walk, a long one, a very long one, 2150 miles that may take six months. Ed is hiking the Appalachian Trail from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine starting on March 26 and ending ???. [comments:6]

24. New Lacrosse College Scholarship

by Bill Tobin 3/9/14

A new college scholarship has been announced by the Holliston Youth Lacrosse Association The Holliston Youth Lacrosse is kicking off its new season by announcing a scholarship for two student-athletes to help fund their future academic education.

25. College Admissions: Finding the Perfect Fit

by Joanne Apesos 3/8/14

Here are some things to keep in mind as you and your parents trek through campuses during your search. [comments:1]

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