Happy Hanukkah - Day 5
Open Volleyball Mondays at 7PM at the First Congregational Church in Jordan Hall
Miller and Placentino Food Drive took in 1,557.74 pounds of food!

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Deceiving the Beavers in Wenakeening Woods

by Paul Saulnier

Jonathan Briggs of CMMC (Central Mass Mosquito Control) starts the deceiving process by breaching the dam on Chicken Brook that the beavers have worked so hard to maintain over the last year.

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Investing in 2015

by Ryland Hanstad

Looking ahead to 2015, I see a year that will be marked by transitions. Likely changes in monetary policy around the world, the return of volatility, and the recent shift in the political balance of Congress could mean 2015 is a year that will have the global economy, markets, and central banks all on the move.

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Miller School Band Visits Senior Ctr

by Bill Tobin

The talented Miller Mustang Elementary School Band presented a seasonal program on Thursday December 18th at the Senior Center that was well received.

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Healthy Resolutions Can Pay Off (Literally)

by Jay Marsden

Solares Hill Advisors

Many chronic diseases can be linked to four behaviors: tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, poor eating habits, and inactivity.* A closer look at each of these behaviors demonstrates the health-money connection.

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Holiday Luncheon at Senior Center

by Bill Tobin

It was a great day for seniors as they enjoyed a delicious dinner, seasonal music, a history lesson and of course, socializing with friends.

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Teen Harmony at Prana

by Roberta Weiner

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by Lisa Hedrick

Updated 12 - 19 - 2014

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School Bus Struck from the Rear

by Bobby Blair

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Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence

by Nancy Farrell

The Holliston Democratic Town Committee held a candlelight vigil on the green at the Congregational Church to remember the victims of gun violence in recent years. It was the eve of the second anniversary of the mass shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT.

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Pulte Homes to Help Construct Trail

by Bobby Blair

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Lesson and Carols

by Bill Tobin

Our homes are decorated, we have the Christmas tree, enjoyed a breakfast and pasta dinner with Santa, all in preparation to celebrate the birth of Christ, the reason for Christmas. Lesson and Carols at St.Mary's on Sunday celebrated Advent and the Nativity.

 

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