Since last week’s announcement of preliminary learning models by school district, many students, families, and educators have had questions about what reopening will look like, how our education system and our public health officials will work together to keep students and staff safe, and what to expect in the coming school year.

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As we all know, our economy, especially wage-based workers, self-employed individuals, and small businesses, has been rocked by the pandemic. To help address these challenges, our state and federal governments have worked to develop new eligibility rules, extended benefit periods, and provide additional payments to those receiving unemployment assistance.

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September is almost here and that means a new membership year for Holliston Newcomers & Neighbors. HNN is a not-for-profit civic and social organization that brings friends and neighbors from Holliston and the surrounding communities together to give back and have some fun.

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Saturday, August 22nd began the in-person early voting for the Massachusetts State Primary. The Holliston early voting polls opened at 9:00 am on this sunny Saturday morning. Town Clerk, Liz Greendale and her staff had the Upper Town Hall set up and staffed to provide a safe and sanitary polling place.

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Sponsored by CVS, a Flu Clinic will be held on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 from 3 to 6 PM in Father Haley Hall, St. Mary’s Parish Center, 8 Church Street, Holliston. The only thing you need is your Insurance Card, no advance registration required.

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