1. Fire & EMS Log: August 21 - 27, 2015
2. Holliston in Bloom Video Created for America in Bloom Competition
Produced by Chris Portal with a little help from HIB member Justin Brown, this video will present Holliston to the world at the America in Bloom Symposium in Holland, Michigan in September.
3. Now Showing on HCAT
4. Rail Trail Committee to Investigate Alleged Clearcutting by Pulte Homes
5. Stabbing Incident at Goodwill Park
Holliston Police have released details on the stabbing at Goodwill Park on Thursday evening.
6. Selectmen Met August 26th
The Board of Selectmen met with the Board of Health to appoint a new member of the BOH, approved a driveway waiver, road signs, several permits and one day alcoholic licenses and other routine business.
7. Solect Running Out of Funds
8. Yes, Virginia, There Is a Water Ban
The outdoor water use restrictions have been in place since May 1, 2015. Are people complying? DPW Director Sean Reese talked to [HR] about the ban and other issues facing the Water Department now and in the future.
9. Representative Dykema Hosts Senior Picnic
Rep.Carolyn Dykema hosted the annual senior picnic this year at the YMCA Camp in Hopkinton, rather than the customary Laborer's Training Center. The predicted showers never came and the weather was perfect for outdoor activities.
10. Tick Talk
11. Panther Classic Road Race
The Holliston Girls Cross-Country team will is hosting the first annual Panther Classic Road race on Sunday, September 13th at the high school. This is a relatively flat and fast 5K, starting and finishing at the high school. All kids participating will receive ribbons. Last years team, above won the MIAA DIV. 4 Sportsmanship Award
12. God's Work, Our Hands Sunday
On Sunday, September 13, Christ the King Lutheran Church will be marking, “God’s Work, Our Hands” Sunday. This annual event is recognized each year by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.Christ the King Lutheran Church considers it a great privilege to be a part of the Holliston Community, and by the grace of our Creator, we are here to serve.
13. Let Celebrate Holliston Promote You!
Booth opportunities to local businesses and organizations
14. Hollis Street Solar Farm DOA
15. Moore Family Benefit Raffle
16. Balanced Rock Report: Summer 2015
Inside: Summer Updates, Welcoming Hendrix Berry, The Investment Case for Divestment.
17. BayPath Dog Bath
18. Harvest Fair Vendors
The 35th Holliston Historical Society Annual Harvest Fair is scheduled for September 20th, at the Historical Society. There are still some spaces availabe for vendors with hand crafted items, pottery, jewelry, antiques and collectibles. Consider joining this fair.
19. Throwback Thursday
Step back in time and enjoy memorable moments from the past.
20. Massachusetts Cheese
Buy Massachusetts cheese and buy a winner!