Property Taxes Due - Monday May 1st
Minds Eye Reception 5/4, 6-8. Meet the artists, 160 Hollis, Framingham
HYBSA’s Opening Day ceremonies, parade, and carnival Sunday, May 7, 2017
Washington Street Players presents Proof. May 4, 5 and 6

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1. Holliston School Committee News

by Lisa Kocian 4/30/17

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2. Holliston Teen to Advocate on Capitol Hill for Increased Tourette Syndrome Awareness

by Press Release 4/29/17

Tourette Association of America Trains 37 Youth Ambassadors from Around the Nation to Change the Way the World Views a Misunderstood Disorder

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3. Lunch and Learn: Medicaid Planning for the Mass Affluent

by Jay Marsden 4/27/17

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4. Ban pot sales in Holliston? Rezone downtown? Spend $60,000,000????

by Mary Greendale 4/26/17

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5. Earth Day is April 22nd - Shades of Green

by Jason Dione 4/26/17

From individual choices to our collective actions, each of us has the power to be “green” and make a positive difference for ourselves and our planet. There is always something we can do, and there is always something more we can do.

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6. Holliston’s Extended Day’s OKO Program

by Christian Buday 4/25/17

Recently OKO had a Community Workers information session showing off ambulances, police cars, fire trucks, and army trucks.

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7. Police Log for Week of April 16 - 22, 2017

by Paul Saulnier 4/25/17

Looks like my Mario Brothers video game is out of style.

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8. Earth Day is Shredding Day for Vesta Real Estate Group

by Paul Saulnier 4/23/17

Fran Pleska waits at the back of the line for her turn to unload her shreddable offerings on Earth Day 2017 at the Holliston High School parking lot.

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9. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED-Screening and Panel Discussion

by Anne Buckley 4/22/17

Join us for this compelling community-wide event to learn more about the history of education in the United States and explore how we can encourage creativity and innovation in our schools to equip students for the changing needs of the future.

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10. The Best Stuff

by Paul Saulnier 4/20/17

A catalog arrived in the mail yesterday. Apparently I have been identified as a person who wants only the best stuff available, regardless of price or necessity.

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11. Holliston Newcomers Club Easter Basket Project with the Food Pantry Update:

by Press Release 4/19/17

Holliston Newcomers Club Easter Basket Project with the Food Pantry Update.

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12. Police Log for Week of April 9 - 15, 2017

by Paul Saulnier 4/18/17

Local Crime Stoppers were busy last week

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13. New Beginnings

by Ellen George 4/17/17

In the past, America has had a history of welcoming new immigrants, but it has also turned many away. History has been the judge of this mistake.

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14. Paul Revere and Bill Dawes Ride Again

by Bill Tobin 4/15/17

April 17th is the official Patriots' Day, locally known as Marathon Day, but it is the day of the Paul Revere ride re-enacted by locals. Paul Revere does have a real Holliston connection too.

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15. Estate Planning and Retirement Assets: What You Need to Know

by Ryland Hanstad 4/12/17

Whether you're wealthy or earn a modest income, there is one estate planning concern that is shared by people from all walks of life -- the decision of who gets what when you're gone.

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16. Importance of Updating your Computer

by Matthew Payton 4/11/17

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17. Police Log for Week of April 2 - 8, 2017

by Paul Saulnier 4/11/17

Driver gets an expensive car wash on Prospect and Lassie confesses after 60 years.

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18. Public Hearing on Downtown Corridor Continued

by Paul Saulnier 4/7/17

April 6, 2017. The Planning Board assembeled to hear additional comments before finalizing the plan that will propose zoning change to six distinct areas in the Downtown Corridor to Town Meeting in May.

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19. Police Log for Week of March 26 - April 1, 2017

by Paul Saulnier 4/4/17

Why is it that dog owners never hear their dogs barking outside in the middle of the night?

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20. Slavery in New England

by Christian Buday 4/3/17

Tom Lincoln, the Executive Director of the Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford, visited the Holliston Historical Society on March 26th to tell us a bit of history with slavery in New England.

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One Year Ago: New Gun Shop in Town

by Bobby Blair

When HollistonReporter.com published this article about the new business in town, we were not prepared for the ensuing controversy. Have you run out of ideas for that perfect gift for Christmas? We logged well over 100 comments, both for and against, about a gun shop in Holliston.

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Pedestrian Struck

by Bobby Blair

December 24, 2015: HPD Media Release added.

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Break in at Holliston Firearms

by Paul Saulnier

Saturday, January 26, 2013. At approximately 7:30 AM, police responded to a call to 838 Washington Street about a break into Holliston Firearms.

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Open Letter to Dr. Jackson

by Jack Harper

Dear Dr. Jackson, We have three children at Placentino Elementary. Everyone I know says great things about the administration and the teachers at our extraordinary school. They have created a loving learning environment which make our children and other students anxious to be there every single day.

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Holliston Then and Now

by Bill Tobin

This article has been published in 2009 and 2013, and received many comments that are republished. Newcomers and old timers too appreciate our town then and now. Holliston has changed over recent years. Do you remember ... ... Izzy and Al's Restaurant? The Colonial Pharmacy? Walter's Dairy? The Mighty Midget? The Historical Society's old home? Joe's Barber Shop? Knowlton's Market ? The Edison Shop? Russell's Market? Aubuchon's? just to name a few.

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Town Hall Like You've Never Seen It

by Bobby Blair

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One Down, One To Go

by Paul Saulnier

After successfully crushing Bullard Memorial Farm's efforts to establish a solar farm in their neighborhood, Bullard Street residents have set their sights on ending shooting at the Holliston Sportsmen's Association.

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Pedestrian Struck in Crosswalk

by Bobby Blair

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Marijuana Farm: an opportunity or liability?

by Mary Greendale

Last week, local resident and businessman Fran Colantonio approached Selectmen with a proposal to construct an indoor, fully secure 50,000 square foot marijuana farm on 200 acres in Hopping Brook Industrial Park.

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Mother and Daughter Struck in Crosswalk

by Bobby Blair

Two people were struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk downtown Saturday afternoon

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