Saturday Sights

Some pictures we captured as we traveled around town Saturday. A beautiful fall day with a lot of beautiful activities going on.

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Marilyn F. (Kelly) McDaniel at 93

Flowers atop a casket

Marilyn F. (Kelly) McDaniel, 93, of Dennis, MA, passed away on October 12, 2021 at Mayflower Nursing Home with her granddaughter, Lorrie, by her side.
Services will be held at the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Connery Avenue, Bourne, MA on Friday, November 5, 2021 at 11:30 AM.

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Hansel And Gretel – A Cautionary Tale

A pipe leading into the woods

Local writer, Diane Nault shares another of her recent works.
The children’s story starts out innocently enough.  Two young children wandering out in the forest, dropping breadcrumbs along the path hoping to mark their way back home.  Deep in the darkness they come upon a wondrous house encrusted with sugary treats – gingerbread covers the sides; candies of all kinds tempt the children to come forward and to sample each delicious bite.  They can’t believe their good fortune!

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Edwina M. Kirby at 93

An old woman

Edwina M. Kirby, 93, of Bellingham passed away at her home on Aug. 31 after a short illness.
Calling hours will be held Tuesday, Sept. 7, from 4-8 p.m. at the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, 34 Church Street, Hopkinton. The funeral will be held Wednesday, Sept. 8, from the funeral home at 8:45 a.m. A funeral Mass will be celebrated  at 10 a.m. in Saint Brendan’s Church, 384 Hartford Ave., Bellingham.

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An Announcement from Your Publishers

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Five years ago, after retiring from our respective careers, we chose Holliston as our new home to be close to our daughter’s family (meaning grandchildren). Our retirement dreams included leisure time and travel to explore new places.  Although not a thought when formulating our retirement dreams, The Holliston Reporter became our obsession, and we have gladly given this particular retirement project our all.  Our work on the Holliston Reporter has been a pleasure:  we have immersed ourselves in the community, learning about and enjoying its history, people and events. 

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