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Civics Sunday: Massachusetts Open Meeting Law

Recently, Holliston Town Clerk Elizabeth Greendale conducted a workshop for board and committee members on the topic of Massachusetts’ Open ...
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New Elementary Literacy Program Presented at School Committee Meeting

The new Fountas and Pinnell Elementary School literacy program was a featured presentation during Thursday night’s School Committee meeting. Approved ...
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Last Meeting of 2019 for Council on Aging

Director of Holliston’s Senior Center, Linda Marshall, delivered the Monthly Director’s Report during the Council on Aging meeting on Wednesday.  ...
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Select Board Covers a Lot of Ground

Monday night's Select Board agenda was full and the Board took action on a wide range of topics. Warrants totally ...
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Library Trustees Give Their 2 Cents

Following a call to order, Chair Kevin Robert Malone turned the meeting over to Mary E. Braney, Library Consultant, who ...
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Tips for the Holidays from Holliston’s Youth and Family Services December Newsletter

From Jaclyn Winer, Director December is ripe with holiday activities as well as holiday stress.  The Bubble, newsletter of the ...
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Curbside Leaf Pickup Next Week

E.L. Harvey will be picking up leaves at curbside during the week of December 2, 2019.  All leaves must be ...
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Taxes Go Up – 2 cents / $1,000 and Other Select Board Actions

The Select Board started its November 25th meeting right on the dot of 7:00 as printed on the agenda. The ...
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Downtown Lights (two types) On the Select Board’s Agenda

Following a very successful celebration of Holliston’s first Humanitarian Awards, the Select Board got down to their weekly business meeting. ...
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Fire / EMS Log for Week of November 8 – 14, 2019

Friday, November 8 2:57 am: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Cedar Street. A resident was ...
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