Updated at 9:30 am. At approximately 11:35 pm last night, Holliston Fire responded to a house fire on Winter Street. Details are not available this morning. Chief Michael Cassidy has referred the Holliston Reporter to the State Fire Marshal’s office who is handling the investigation. This post will be updated as official word is received.

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So where did fifty years go? The Holliston High Class of 1971 graduates are asking, along with where did everyone go? Several class members are hoping to hold a reunion this year and are asking class members to reach out to them.

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No matter how you slice it, 2020 was a remarkable year. We have looked back at some of the remarkably good things that happened in Holliston last year (doesn’t the past tense sound good?) There is no doubt that our community faced a most daunting 2020. We have chosen to focus on the positive reactions / actions to the calamities that we believe make Holliston such a special place.

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Once again, we thank Mr. Doug Brown for reminding what holiday celebrations are all about.
Merry Christmas!

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Effective January 1. 2021 the speed limit on all Holliston roads will be 25 mph EXCEPT where otherwise posted. Practice now to avoid problems later.

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As the snow began to fall and having reached a quorum (50 for this meeting), Moderator Bill Mayer called the Holliston Special Town Meeting to order at 1:05 pm. Before moving on to the business at hand, Moderator Mayer asked for a moment of silence to remember the 250,000 + American lives lost to the pandemic and to reflect on the passing of Bill Stickney and Vasco Brovelli.

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