Ever been told “Head on down that way until you come to where the old (fill in the blank) used to be and turn left?” This sometimes epitomizes finding your way around Holliston.

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If you were in downtown Holliston on Sunday, January 17th, about one o’clock, you saw a parade of Holliston fire, police, Lions and VFW vehicles making joyous noise.

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The Holliston Rail Trail has a new, clear path through the once gravel parking area between Central and Church Streets. The newly paved parking area adjoins the clearly marked stone dust trail. The safety of walkers and bikers through this area is greatly improved. But it just didn’t happen. This was a great example of teamwork in action.

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Holliston Rail Trail has some awesome friends. While the pandemic slowed the Friends of Holliston Trails (FOHT) down this past spring, they are busy this fall bringing more amenities to trail users. They have purchased and installed equipment for three exercise stations with money received from two sponsors.

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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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Whether a history scavenger hunt or a random discovery attracts you, Holliston’s Rail Trail is both an historic and a tranquil place to walk, jog, and ride. Holliston’s development beside the former railroad is part of our heritage.

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Yes, Holliston built a “Field of Dreams.” The Town built a recreational rail trail that spans the length of the town from Milford to Sherborn. All 6.7 miles are traveled by walkers, strollers and bikers.

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