Monday, September 21, 2020

Holliston 2020 Town-sponsored Flu Clinic Canceled

Holliston’s 2020 seasonal flu clinic is canceled.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of September 21, 2020

Virtually, there’s a lot going on these days around town.

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Back to School with the Superintendent

Dr. Susan Kustka, Interim Superintendent of Holliston Public Schools (HPS) since the July 1st departure of Dr. Brad Jackson, talked to us recently about the September 16th reopening of schools, during the COVID 19 pandemic. Throughout our conversation, her care about students and interest in providing them the best in education became clear.

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News from the Library

A look at coming attractions hosted by the Public Library.

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COVID-19: September 18, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Although Massachusetts is a national leader in COVID-19 testing capacity, with over 3.2 million molecular tests administered to date, my office still receives questions about testing availability and rules. If you feel sick, you should contact your health care provider to get tested ASAP. For additional information on testing, click Continue.

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HPD Monthly Calls for Service: August 2020

Lieutenant George Leurini has provided the monthly snapshot of police calls broken down by category of activity. Thank you HPD for keeping Holliston safe.

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COVID-19: September 17, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Although we have made significant progress in our efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 and prevent the effects of the nationwide “second wave” here in Massachusetts, it’s important to remember that there is significant town-by-town variation in the ongoing impacts of the virus.

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HCAT Annual Meeting Announced

The HCAT annual meeting will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

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Governance Committee Continues Its Research

The Chairs of both the Governance Committee (Sam Tyler) and the Finance Committee (Ken Szajda) called their respective Committee to order remotely at 7 PM on Tuesday evening, September 15.

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Paying It Forward

Ralph and Nancy Stover have lived in town for many years. Giving to others is a way of life for them: active member of the VFW, Altar Guild at St. Michael’s Church, adopting rescued dogs, and busy at the Senior Center. This alone has made for many friends.

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COVID-19: September 16, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

It’s safe to say that this pandemic has already lasted longer than any of us could reasonably have expected. Many of the statewide relief polices that were announced months ago have needed to be expanded or extended to meet our continuing economic and public health needs.

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Fire / EMS Log for Week of September 4 – 10, 2020

The HFD ambulance crews assisted several residents as firefighters investigated a variety of issues.

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