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**School Vacation**4/18 to 4/27**
***Patriots Day Holiday**Trash Collection Delayed One Day All Week***
***Thu: Foreign Film Night**Library**7pm**"The Iran Job"***
***Fri: Rail Trail/Garden Club Arbor Day**1pm***
***Sat: Earth Day Shredding**HHS**9 to noon***
***Sat: Prescription Drug Take-Back Day**10am-2pm**Police Station***

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HBA Looks Forward to Spring Events

by Bobby Blair

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Citizens Police Academy: Week 4

by Paul Saulnier

This week's presenter was Detective Chad Thompson who specializes in cyber crime investigations.

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Kids and Money

by Ryland Hanstad

Kids & Money: Nurturing Your Child's Financial Growth

"Reading, writing, mathematics"-- too bad that list doesn't include personal finance. Most kids learn the basics of money and making change in elementary school, but probably won't learn how to manage money unless they choose finance as a career path. That means it is up to all of us to see that our children reach adulthood prepared to face life's fiscal challenges.

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Now Featuring in News:

HollistonReporter.com Makeover

by The Staff

After almost six years and 8,000 articles, HollistonReporter.com will be even easier to access and read.

We have the news and events everyday about our Holliston.

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Green Community-Stretch Code

by Judy Grosjean

It looks like Holliston is rapidly moving towards becoming a Green Community, which calls for us to adopt an enhanced energy-preserving building code—the Stretch Code. Conforming to the Stretch Code is no small potatoes for new construction, but for antique buildings it can be an even bigger issue. The difficulty and expense can tip the scales towards tearing down and starting from scratch. Green is great, but can there be a balance between energy efficiency and preserving our antique buildings?

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Now Featuring in Politics:

ZBA Rules on Three Petitions

by Paul Saulnier

Members of the Zoning board of Appeals prepare for the three hearings on the agenda with Karen Sherman, second from the left, the town Planner. Next to Karen is member Brian Liberis, then Chairman Henry Dellicker, then Vice Chairman John Love, and last but certainly not least, Donna Donovan, staff assistant.

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Junior Rifle Wraps Up Year

by Erin Dowling Porter

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Police Log: April 14- 20, 2014

by Paul Saulnier

Nobody taken to jail this week.

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Transportation Bill Approved

by Press Release

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