At sunrise, Carrie Marsh Loscocco can be found brandishing her scythe among her rows of fragrant flowers. Only a handful of plants can fare well through our cold New England winters. These hardy variants include edible-English lavender and floral-French lavender. Both kinds are hand-reared on the Broad Hill Lavender Farm.

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As you may have noticed from recent newsletters, Massachusetts has experienced a small but noticeable uptick in our COVID-19 public health metrics in recent weeks. This week, our positive case rate ticked back up to 2% for the first time since June, and hospitalization numbers, while still declining overall, have continued to fluctuate.

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As we continue our cautious reopening efforts, more individuals are taking public transit again. Bus, subway, and Commuter Rail service continue to operate on modified service patterns and face coverings are required on all MBTA vehicles, but as ridership slowly returns, it is important to stay up to date on the latest news.

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One of the most critical challenges we face as we continue to experience the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is the ability to safely and effectively continue to provide non-COVID-19-related health care to those who need it. Our hospitals, doctor’s offices, dentists’ offices, and supplementary care providers have worked incredibly hard to preserve access to high-quality care while protecting patients.

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Holliston’s newly created Governance Committee is comprised of five members with various professional backgrounds and different levels of past involvement in Holliston government. Our charge is to assist in the development of town-wide policies that relate to governance and to recommend changes to the Town’s form of government if needed.

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