Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Marigold Project Keeping It Colorful

The American Legion’s Downtown Marigold Project recently deployed 360 chrysanthemum plants around town. The aim of this fall endeavor is to maintain color along the heavily traveled routes in town.

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Fathers’ Day in October – Only At The Historical Society

It’s never too late to celebrate Fathers’ Day. Delayed by the pandemic, this car show and breakfast in the barn has become a favorite among car enthusiasts and area residents who come to see the cars and trucks on display at the Historical Society Grounds @ 547 Washington Street in Holliston.

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Agricultural Commission Interviews Prospective Members

The Holliston Agricultural Commission met remotely Tuesday evening with Chair Carrie Marsh Loscocco presiding.

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Senior Center October Events

See what’s happening at the Holliston Senior Center during the month of October! In-person meals resume – sign ups are required.

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Elementary Schools Lunch Menu: October 2021

Susan Palefsky, School Nutrition Director, shares the menu for October.

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SEPAC Hosting A Jack-o-Lantern Extravaganza

Mark your calendars. Saturday October 23rd will be the Jack-o-Lantern Extravaganza. Sign up below.

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Select Board Hears About Water Infrastructure and Discusses Town Meeting Warrant

Following a 45-minute Executive Session with the Planning Board (Reason #3 Discuss strategy with respect to litigation), the Select Board’s public meeting was called to order at 7:15pm on September 27, 2021 by Chair Tina Hein.

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Fire / EMS Log for Week of September 17 – 23, 2021

A very busy week for the EMT’s and Firefighters of HFD.

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Miller Students Contribute to Holliston Author Peters’ Soon to Be Published Debut

This January, local Holliston author Shawn Peters’ middle grade superhero debut, The Unforgettable Logan Foster (HarperCollins, January 4) will be on sale for readers everywhere! Holliston was an integral part of Peters’ writing process – over 100 5th graders from Miller Elementary, where his wife was a teacher, read his manuscript before it was even published.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of September 26, 2021

This week features several meetings and two new events: a seminar for Town Boards / Committees presented by our Town Counsel, Jay Talerman; and a Blue Grass Coffee Hour.

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Holliston Police Department – Monthly Update: August 2021

HPD Chief Matthew Stone provides highlights from the past month and a look ahead to upcoming events.

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Our Open Places: Last in a Continuing Series

It seems like yesterday I was planning long excursions after the working day to take advantage of those precious summer daylight hours. This has been a summer of hiking, paddle sports, fishing and finding the special places that are in Holliston and the surrounding community.  The summer is now over and with that the inevitable change in daylight hours, temperatures, and wildlife behavior.

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