Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Select Board Begins Budget Preparation

Quoting the Select Board Chair, the Board tackled a “robust” agenda to kick off the Budget preparation season.
This post has been updated to include a link to the Town Administrator’s full mid-year update.

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Fire / EMS Log Week of January 8 – 14, 2021

Several alarm activations were investigated by HFD this week. The ambulance crews handled several medical emergencies.

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House Fire Under Investigation – 2nd Update

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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HPD Calls for Service: December 2020

Holliston’s finest answered 1,381 calls for service / assistance in December. The December calls are shown in comparison to January and July 2020 statistics.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of January 18, 2021

Monday is the MLK Day holiday. The remainder of the week has a busy schedule of Board / Committee meetings.

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Planning a Garden? Don’t Get Caught Short!

Thoughts of a ripe red tomato in August are probably the last thing on your mind right now, but how about seeds to start those summertime vegetables in your garden?

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Civics Sunday: Calling All Candidates

Town Clerk, Liz Greendale, announces that nomination papers for the May 25, 2021 Town Election will be available starting February 1, 2021. Please consider serving on a Board / Committee to fill these vacant seats.

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Summer’s Coming – Save This Date

The year 2020 would have been the 100th Anniversary of the local American Legion Post #47. Due to the pandemic, like many organizations, the post had to cancel several anniversary events including a bus tour and a laser light show.

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HHS Class of 1971 Looking for Classmates

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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Traffic Advisory Committee Meets

At 7:02 pm, Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) Chair, Police Chief Matthew Stone called the January 13, 2021 committee meeting to order.

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COVID-19: Time Sensitive Update

I wanted to make you aware of an event happening TONIGHT at 6pm organized by Congresswoman Katherine Clark. Rep. Clark, whose district includes Holliston and Southborough, invites you to join her for a tele-town hall to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine.

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HPD Updates for November and December 2020

Chief Stone shares HPD’s activities related to Personnel and Community Relations. One highlight was the official 3-year reaccreditation of Holliston’s Finest.

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