1. Residents View the Proposed Downtown Corridor Plan
The Planning Board in conjunction with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council has been working since Fall, 2016 on a Downtown Corridor Plan. On February 15, 2017, community input was sought on DRAFT zoning map and by-law changes in the Study Area (Woodland Street to Highland Street and south to the Upper Charles/Woodland Street).
2. Now Showing on HCAT
3. Pitt Men's Glee Club Comes to Holliston
The Pitt Men’s Glee Club, a collegiate male choir from the University of Pittsburgh, will be performing at Saint Mary’s Parish on Friday, March 10th at 7:30PM. The concert is free and open to the public.
4. COMMUNITY TRIVIA BEE
Enthusiastic trivia buffs from Holliston's schools, businesses, civic groups, community organizations, and neighborhoods will compete to win the Bee to become the "Top Trivialist of Holliston," and support HEF.
5. Slavery in New England
6. Souper Bowl
The tenth annual SOUPER Bowl was held this year at Christ the King Lutheran Church rather than Town Hall as in the past, due to the increased attendance that has been attending Holliston's Food Pantry Fund Raiser the past few years.
7. And the Winners Are!
The 100 squares were purchased and the names placed on the board at random. The next step is to assign the NFL, on top, and the AFL on the side with numbers drawn by folks atttending the event on Sunday afternoon at Jasper Hill Cafe.
8. Rick Holmes Discusses Fake News Real News at the Holliston Library
Rick Holmes, just retired as opinion editor and columnist for the MetroWest Daily News, talked about the many varieties of "fake news," the threat they pose to the democratic process, and what we can do about it.
9. 8 Arch Bridge Committee Starts Work
10. Bullard Farm Winter Nature Walk Sunday
Join us for an educational, unpredictable, and always entertaining, winter nature walk at Bullard Memorial Farm.
11. Lutherans Go Solar
Christ the King Lutheran Church has installed solar panels on their church buildings that willl reduce utility costs and help the envrironmnent too. This was a major decision that provides 30% savings, a 25 year lease, with no costs to the church.
12. Purple Heart Signs are Posted in Holliston
The Purple Heart is awarded for being wounded by an instrument of war at the hands of the enemy. The Purple Heart is also awarded posthumously to the families of those who were killed in action.
13. Super Sunday Masons' Hoagies
14. TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR ORANGE APPEAL 2017
Great food and great wines and beers for a great cause!
15. Nomination Papers Available February 1, 2017
16. You Can Be a TV Reporter
17. Hip Hop Musical Programs
Hip-Hop and Musical Theatre Programs through Parks & Recreation We are excited to have Aly Pereira back for the winter teaching Hip-Hop and a Teen Beach Movie musical theatre program. Both programs begin on Thursday, January 19 at the Holliston Parks & Recreation Building at 1750 Washington Street.
18. Mark Ahronian will run for Selectman in May
“I’m running because I want to change the way we do things in town government."
19. HollistonReporter.com - Everything Holliston
This digital rag is all about informing residents, businesses and anyone else with an interest in Holliston about our daily activities.
20. Fiske's Donates to Charities
Fiske's General Store is a well known centerpiece of downtown Holliston, and a major contributor to local charities, thanks to the Membership Discount Program. A check for $515 was accepted by Lisa Taylor, President of the Holliston Music & Arts Parents Association from John Paltrineri from funds of the Discount Program.