Holliston Mill Artists Open Studios Oct 25 & 26 10-4
Town Meeting next week - Monday, Oct. 27th
Holliston over Medfield 26 - 14
Sgt Denman is now Lt Denman

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Downtown Traffic Management

by Mary Greendale

 

 

 

 

 

 

The current management design would provide lights for safer crossings for pedestrians and allow people exiting Central and Hollis Streets to have a fair shot. The street widening, four lanes and narrower sidewalk in the design are NOT consistent with the Vision.

As seen in the window of Fiske's General Store. There would also be a third traffic light at Hollis.

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Where’s the money?

by William Dowd

Note: The author is a member of the Holliston Finance Committee. The opinions expressed here are his alone and should in no way be attributed to the Finance Committee.

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12th Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer

by Nancy Farrell

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Holliston Trails Committee Awarded Grant

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Representative Carolyn Dykema and Senator Karen Spilka are proud to announce the Holliston Trails Committee was awarded a $50,000 grant under the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Recreational Trails Program at a special ceremony Friday morning, October 17, 2014. This funding will be used to improve the Holliston section of the Upper Charles Rail Trail by connecting completed sections of the Holliston Trail to the Milford section.

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OKTOBERFEST 2014 at the Historical Society

by Paul Saulnier

The Holliston Historical Society is helping to preserve the grand old tradition of Oktoberfest, known as the Largest Volksfest (People's Fair) in the World. Only beer conforming to the Reinheitsgebot, and brewed within the city limits of Munich, can be served at the Munich Oktoberfest. Beers meeting these criteria are designated Oktoberfest Beer.

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Everybody's Story Matters

by Nancy Farrell

Thatcher Freund, journalist and memoir writer, spoke on Wednesday evening at the Holliston Historical Society about the art of telling our life stories.

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Boss Hog Makes Escape on Saturday Night

by Bobby Blair

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Police Log: October 13 - 19, 2014

by Paul Saulnier

The 14th was a bad day for drivers and beavers; ham bones on Highland Street.

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Holliston Holds Free Flu Clinic

by Paul Saulnier

Now with drawings by a clinic patient.

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by Lisa Hedrick

Updated 10 - 18 - 2014

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Fire & EMS Log: October 10 - 16, 2014

by Paul Saulnier

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