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1. The Changing Face of Addiction

by From the Publisher's Desk 1/22/19

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® begins on January 22 and continues through January 27, 2019. Sadly, nearly every day we hear frightening statistics about opioid overdoses and other issues pertaining to addiction. While it seems like it should be difficult, today’s teens have more access than ever to tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs increasing the chances they could become addicted.

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2. Helping Prevent Overdose Losses

by From the Publisher's Desk 1/21/19

Many of us like to think that we and our families are free from the possibility of being impacted by addiction. This is like putting our head into the sand and overlooking what is happening all around us.

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3. Growing Pains at HR

by From the Publisher's Desk 10/30/18

.... More articles for our readers & Austin joins HR staff

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4. Police, Fire and Schools Test Emergency Readiness

by From the Publisher's Desk 9/28/18

Senior leadership teams from the Holliston Police Department, Holliston Fire Department and the Holliston Public Schools have just completed an intensive, 3-hour joint emergency preparedness exercise.

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5. Martin Luther King Day

by From the Publisher's Desk 1/15/18

A federal holiday since 1986

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6. A Crash Course in Car Crashes

by From the Publisher's Desk 12/13/17

Let science show you how to skip your next roadway disaster. Abbreviated version of an article by Steve Casner Car crashes are mysteries. Even though roughly 6 million of them happen each year in the United States alone, we seldom learn much.

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7. Harvey "Coach K Krupnick, 71

by From the Publisher's Desk 5/27/16

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8. Ourtown, USA

by From the Publisher's Desk 5/22/16

Rick Kattman, Landscape Architect, painter and photographer, captured these scenes of life in Holliston.

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9. What's Wrong With This Picture

by From the Publisher's Desk 4/29/16

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10. Annual Town Meeting starts May 9th at 7:30 p.m. and runs for ... nights.

by From the Publisher's Desk 4/26/16

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11. Levels of Service and Travel Projections: The Wrong Tools for Planning Our Streets?

by From the Publisher's Desk 3/30/16

Would you use a rototiller to get rid of weeds in a flowerbed? Of course not. You might solve your immediate goal of uprooting the weeds — but oh, my, the collateral damage that you would do. (image by Andy Singer) Yet when we try to eliminate congestion from our urban areas by using decades-old traffic engineering measures and models, we are essentially using a rototiller in a flowerbed. And it’s time to acknowledge that the collateral damage has been too great. Condensed from an article by Gary Toth in Project for Public Spaces (PPS), a nonprofit planning, design and educational organization.

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12. Harry & Bess

by From the Publisher's Desk 3/13/16

Harry Truman was a different kind of President.

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13. John F. Lupien, Jr., 58

by From the Publisher's Desk 10/22/15

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14. About the Fourth of July

by From the Publisher's Desk 7/4/15

Have you ever wondered what happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence ?

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15. Results of our latest survey

by From the Publisher's Desk 5/13/15

Just 97 people responded to this week’s survey, but we got lots of very interesting comments. Here are the numerical results.

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16. Survey Results: How you feel about an appointed Finance Committee and Local Pizza

by From the Publisher's Desk 5/4/15

Respondents to the Survey about appointing the Finance Committee were opposed. Town Meeting begins Monday May 4th – you can make your vote count by attending!

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17. Public Discussion of Public Issues

by From the Publisher's Desk 5/3/15

This week’s Survey is about civic discussion. It asks, “Where do you get your local news and what can local officials do to get residents to discuss important issues in a timely manner?”

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18. A Dog's Best Friend

by From the Publisher's Desk 4/30/15

My Chocolate Lab is nine months old. One morning last week while my wife was showering he stole her flip flop and chewed it up into about a thousand pieces!

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19. Lights and Building Purchase. Our survey results are in….

by From the Publisher's Desk 4/21/15

Are we in favor of more taxes by debt exclusions?

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20. Extraordinary Gift of Caring

by From the Publisher's Desk 3/14/15

Earlier in the afternoon he heard the doorbell ring and when he checked, he saw a ladder against our house and an unrecognizable man shoveling snow from our roof.

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