The March 2020 monthly HPD service call summary includes a comparison to the same stats for January and February of this year. The impact of the stay-at-home advisory might be noted in some of the call categories.
Thank you LT Leurini for providing these data.
On Thursday evening, April 23, the School Committee met in special session for an update on the COVID19 closure and the presentation of a proposal for a Computer Science Endorsement Program.Read More
With school buildings now confirmed closed through the 2019-20 school year, there are a lot of valuable resources resting inside. The current need for personal protective equipment for front line workers is on many people’s minds and leaves us wondering how we can help while staying at home.
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There was only limited news today, but I’d like to take the opportunity to encourage you to support neighbors who may be experiencing job or income loss. Our food pantries fill essential nutritional needs during this time and I encourage you to support your local pantry with either a monetary donation or needed grocery items listed on their websites.Read More
The wind whipped across the field on Wednesday and the temperatures felt more like early March as several members of the local American Legion and farm community gathered to celebrate Earth Day.Read More
Some positive news from the Governor’s press conference today: our state’s Commissioner of Public Health, Dr. Monica Bharel, made her first public appearance since recovering from COVID-19 which she contracted last month.Read More
Select Board Chair Mark Ahronian called the April 23, 2020 meeting to order at 7:13 (following an Executive Session). Pursuant to the revised Open Meeting Law, he invited those on the phone to identify themselves. Scott Moles, Holliston’s Health Director and several citizens were on the conference call.Read More