by Paul Saulnier 5/19/13
The death toll since Veteran's Day, 2012, is 91 too many. [comments:5]
by Bobby Blair 5/11/13
by Paul Saulnier 5/8/13
by Paul Saulnier 5/7/13
Drama supporters influenced voters at the annual Town Meeting. [comments:16]
by Judy Grosjean 5/7/13
The Historical Society elected officers for 2013-14 at its annual meeting.
by The Staff 4/28/13
The Holliston Business Association put on part two of their weekend celebration of Holliston, its businesses and its residents. [comments:3]
by Tara Hathaway 4/22/13
Sunday May 5th 2pm Bullard Memorial Farm 7 Bullard Lane Holliston
by Bobby Blair 4/14/13
by Bill Tobin 4/12/13
History is alive as Paul Revere and William Dawes ride from Boston to Lexington on Patriots' Day. Or is it Marathon Day? ' The ride from Boston to Lexington will be re-enacted on Monday, April 15 by the Tobin brothers and the National Lancers. The Tobins and Revere have Holliston in common. [comments:1]
by Jennifer Dietz 4/11/13
Holliston Newcomers Club (HNC) is pleased to announce the 2013 Community Investments Grant recipients.
by Bill Tobin 4/10/13
TD Bank and the VFW donated an historic photo to the Holliston Town Hall. This ancient mural has been placed in conference room 014 at Town Hall.
by The Staff 4/8/13
A brisk wind and temps in the 50's did not keep very many residents away from a great value and worthy cause.
by Mary Greendale 4/6/13
If you are interested in being the on-air talent, as part of a two-person team, to announce different segments, to offer repartee and provide your own spin on local activities and news, please contact Mary Greendale at email@example.com. I am producing the show. [comments:1]
by Martha DeWolf 4/6/13
Henry Bullard noted in his journal on May 17th 1848 that a building was raised on the farm in Holliston. He did not specify what the building was for, but on May 30th, 1848, three days later, Henry noted that he “moved cider mill & c.” Horsepower; from the Ames Plow Company Catalog. The Ames Company had factories in Worcester and Ayer, Massachusetts; the company had stores in Boston's Quincy Market Hall as well as in New York City.
by Patricia Pereira 3/28/13
Sunday, April 7, 2013 1-4 pm Twenty-one Holliston-area establishments -- caterers, restaurants and wine purveyors -- will offer tastings from their menus in the Holliston Historical Society Asa Whiting House and barn. [comments:2]
by Matt Bowie 3/27/13
Were you ever wondering what Dan Brown was writing about? [comments:1]
by Bobby Blair 3/27/13
by Joanne Hulbert 3/17/13
The recent story and photos of Holliston in the 19th century by Robert Moore is a rare gift to the local historians who constantly work to find new insights into our town’s history. Finding such photos is much appreciated, and it inspires me to make this plea: [comments:2]
by Lisa Ahronian 3/17/13
by Bill Tobin 3/16/13
Mr. Blair was recognized by Girl Scout Troop 2933 on Saturday. The scouts presented a cake to Mr. Blair in appreciation for his dedication to the town. [comments:5]
by Karyn Edison 3/12/13
Dancing Arts Academy students are holding a food drive from March 11 to 23, and are asking fellow students, parents, friends and neighbors in surrounding communities to donate non-perishable foods, dry goods and sundries to benefit the Holliston Food Pantry.
by Robert Moore 3/10/13
by Paul Saulnier 3/5/13
Walkers gathered in the barn before venturing out as Marc Connelly explained what to expect from him and what to look for in the woods of the Bullard Farm. [comments:1]
by Robert Moore 3/4/13
by Bobby Blair 3/3/13