As we’ve done for the past two 4th of July weekends, we will be out and about Holliston looking for flags and other patriotic displays this coming weekend. We hope that you might choose to join this year’s count.

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Kerrilyn Pessin, Nurse Practitioner with Commonwealth Cares Alliance, wife to Daniel Pessin and mother of four children, was recognized by her employer and selected by The Boston Globe for her efforts both in volunteering to be a on a COVID-19 task force where she provided in-home care to patients throughout the pandemic, and continues today, and for caring for a patient unable to obtain needed medical treatment during the Governor’s stay-at-home orders at the start and most fearful time of the pandemic.

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Here are photos that capture the spirit of remembrance and the resumption of public gatherings. Thanks to all who made it such a special day for our community.

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Town elections are Tuesday, May 25. In hopes of providing voters with helpful information, Diverse Holliston developed and presented a set of questions to each candidate of the Select Board and another set to the School Committee. Candidates were informed that their answers would be shared with the public. Diverse Holliston does not endorse any particular candidate.
The Sample Ballot is included below.

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Becca Malcolm, daughter of Alison and Sean Malcolm of Holliston, graduated with a BA in Computer Science with a major in Game Design from Northeastern University on Saturday, May 8th.

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Moderator William Mayer (above) called the Town Meeting to order once a quorum had been achieved.  Ultimately, over 200 residents participated during the meeting.  Mr. Mayer welcomed everyone and set the tone for the evening’s discussions and decisions. Fire Chief Michael Cassidy outlined how citizens in the cafeteria would be able to participate. ARTICLE 1.…

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