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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Board of Selectmen Meets - October 22

by Nancy Farrell

It was a packed agenda and packed room for the Board of Selectmen's meeting on Wednesday night. The new Department of Public Works Director Sean Reese gave a report on his first six weeks. The Board solicited public comment about traffic lights downtown, and Howard Hager came to talk about saving the Town money, lots of it, by replacing light bulbs.

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Saving or Investing: Is There a Difference?

by Jay Marsden

Solares Hill Advisors 

The terms "saving" and "investing" may be used interchangeably, but understanding how they are different may help you in working toward financial goals for you and your family.

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Peter Pan Flies into Town at Prana

by Ceci LeBeau

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Brooksmont Barn May Have Second Life

by Bobby Blair

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Brain Fit Academy

by Lynne Rahim

Please join the Holliston SEPAC and PTSA in welcoming Brain Fit Academy Monday
October 27th from 10am to 11am in the Gilman Room at the Holliston Public
Library.

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Recent Real Estate Sales

by Bobby Blair

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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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Judith May (Cox) Weiler

by Chesmore Funeral Home

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12th Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer

by Nancy Farrell

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Holliston Trails Committee Awarded Grant

by Press Release

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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