Historical Society's "Slavery in New England" Sunday, March 26 at 2:30

Local Lore

1. 8 Arch Bridge Committee Finalizes Construction Plan

by Paul Saulnier 3/24/17

At its March 21, 2017 meeting, the committee completed its plans to stabilize the bridge and make it safe for use as part of the rail trail.

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2. Now Showing on HCAT

by Don Cronin 3/24/17

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3. Save The Date - HHS Alumni Reunion 2017

by Press Release 3/22/17

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4. Historic Commission Reviews Proposed 8 Arch Bridge Work

by Paul Saulnier 3/20/17

As the scope of work for the 8 Arch Bridge takes shape, the committee has been meeting with other committees and boards which have an interest in or review authority over the work. Since the bridge is more than 50 years old, the Historic Commission's input is important.

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5. Slavery in New England

by Patricia Pereira 3/19/17

. March 26, 2017 @ 2:30 PM, 457 Washington Street, Holliston

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6. It's the most Wonderful Time of the Year for the Holliston PTO

by Stacey Raffi 3/15/17

Lots of great events and activities planned to support our teachers, students, families.

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7. A Limerick in the Spirit of St. Patrick's Day

by Bobby Blair 3/13/17

A Limerick for Holliston in Bloom By Karen Spilka

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8. Ode to the Mayor of Mudville

by The Staff 3/13/17

Ode to the Mayor of Mudville An original work by Carolyn Dykema To the Tune of "the Ballard of Jed Clampett," also known as the theme from the Beverly Hillbillies.

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9. St. Paddy's Political Roast

by The Staff 3/12/17

No one was safe from the jabs of the political pundits.

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10. TIMEKEEPING IN EARLY NEW ENGLAND

by Tara Hathaway 3/8/17

AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE BY BOB FRISHMAN.

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11. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING: Celebrate Holliston

by Theresa Lamkin 3/4/17

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12. Holliston’s “Big Raffle” Night Out

by Ed Daniels 3/3/17

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13. Town's Oldest Female & Male WWII Veterans Die A Day Apart

by Bobby Blair 2/28/17

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14. Consider Joining Town Boards in May

by Bill Tobin 2/21/17

There are twelve board positions available on the May town election ballot. Offer your talents to the town by running for one of these open office post ions.

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15. Comedy Night

by Bill Tobin 2/20/17

Anthony's on the Green was the place to be on Saturday, February 18th. Tasty refreshments and an opportunity to renew friendships, escape the cold, laugh and refresh with two talented comedians who were the feature of the evening.

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16. Residents View the Proposed Downtown Corridor Plan

by Paul Saulnier 2/17/17

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).

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17. Pitt Men's Glee Club Comes to Holliston

by Bill Tobin 2/14/17

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.

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18. COMMUNITY TRIVIA BEE

by Press Release 2/13/17

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.

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19. Souper Bowl

by Bill Tobin 2/7/17

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.

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20. And the Winners Are!

by Bill Tobin 2/6/17

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.

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Articles with Most Comments on HR

One Year Ago: New Gun Shop in Town

by Bobby Blair

When HollistonReporter.com published this article about the new business in town, we were not prepared for the ensuing controversy. Have you run out of ideas for that perfect gift for Christmas? We logged well over 100 comments, both for and against, about a gun shop in Holliston.

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Pedestrian Struck

by Bobby Blair

December 24, 2015: HPD Media Release added.

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Break in at Holliston Firearms

by Paul Saulnier

Saturday, January 26, 2013. At approximately 7:30 AM, police responded to a call to 838 Washington Street about a break into Holliston Firearms.

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Open Letter to Dr. Jackson

by Jack Harper

Dear Dr. Jackson, We have three children at Placentino Elementary. Everyone I know says great things about the administration and the teachers at our extraordinary school. They have created a loving learning environment which make our children and other students anxious to be there every single day.

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Holliston Then and Now

by Bill Tobin

This article has been published in 2009 and 2013, and received many comments that are republished. Newcomers and old timers too appreciate our town then and now. Holliston has changed over recent years. Do you remember ... ... Izzy and Al's Restaurant? The Colonial Pharmacy? Walter's Dairy? The Mighty Midget? The Historical Society's old home? Joe's Barber Shop? Knowlton's Market ? The Edison Shop? Russell's Market? Aubuchon's? just to name a few.

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Town Hall Like You've Never Seen It

by Bobby Blair

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One Down, One To Go

by Paul Saulnier

After successfully crushing Bullard Memorial Farm's efforts to establish a solar farm in their neighborhood, Bullard Street residents have set their sights on ending shooting at the Holliston Sportsmen's Association.

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Pedestrian Struck in Crosswalk

by Bobby Blair

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Marijuana Farm: an opportunity or liability?

by Mary Greendale

Last week, local resident and businessman Fran Colantonio approached Selectmen with a proposal to construct an indoor, fully secure 50,000 square foot marijuana farm on 200 acres in Hopping Brook Industrial Park.

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Mother and Daughter Struck in Crosswalk

by Bobby Blair

Two people were struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk downtown Saturday afternoon

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