Because the way we gather and report COVID-19 data has changed so much since the pandemic began, it can sometimes be difficult to make apples-to-apples comparisons between our current state of affairs and the information we had in March and April. This is especially true when comparing new case numbers, as we are testing far more people than we did at the beginning of the pandemic (which is good) but does ultimately result in higher case numbers.Read More
A local High School freshman is Holliston’s Project 351 Ambassador, has organized a food drive to benefit the Holliston Pantry Shelf. The drive runs from December 5 – 13. See the flyer below for details.Read More
As a reminder of the need for continued vigilance in the coming months as we await the rollout of additional effective treatments and, ultimately, widespread use of an approved COVID-19 vaccine, the administration has launched the #GetBackMass campaign.Read More
I hope you had a restful and reflective Thanksgiving. Last week’s community-by-community COVID-19 numbers were published by the Department of Public Health on Friday following Thanksgiving. Our town-by-town numbers in last week’s public health report can be found below:
Holliston: 221 (+27 from last week)
The Select Board has several critical functions, many of which have been upended by Coronavirus and the closing of Town Hall to foot traffic. Challenges are not unusual, and while it may be difficult to have meetings, the residents of Holliston have been able to engage and participate much more often. The paradigm of 2020 has meant greater input from the residents of the Town, even if it seems more isolating than before.
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I hope you and your loved ones have a safe, reflective, and happy Thanksgiving, no matter how you are celebrating. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we cannot take any of life’s blessings for granted, no matter how small.Read More