In November, Massachusetts passed Question 4, legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Although legislators pushed up the implementation of the entire law, right now, there’s a lot of gray area local police departments such as Holliston, have to maneuver. The town is... Read More
“Who doesn’t love food?” asks Lina Arena-DeRosa, one of the five folks planning the Second Annual Holliston Food Truck Festival at the Holliston...Read More
St. Patrick’s Day
Luncheon with the Tune Timers Band
Wednesday, March 15
Join us for Corned
Twenty years ago, Malcom Stamper had an idea that he wanted to get books into the hands of every needy child. It was a big vision, but then, he...Read More
The Pitt Men’s Glee Club, a collegiate male choir from the University of Pittsburgh, will be performing at Saint Mary’s Parish, 8 Church St. in...Read More
The Holliston School Committee, on January 5, approved fundraising by the Friends of Holliston Basketball (FOHB) for a new basketball/volleyball court at Holliston High School’s Rowles Field House. The condition of the current court raises safety concerns for students, high...Read More
Having only grabbed three wins last season and graduating five seniors from that squad, things didn’t look all that great for the Holliston girls’ basketball team coming into this season. To make matters worse, the Panthers would field a young and inexperienced team this...Read More
Kylie Lorenzen’s transition from Rookie of the Year to her sophomore season at Southern New Hampshire University has been dynamic for the former Holliston all-star who dominated Tri Valley League basketball opponents.
The 6-foot forward is averaging 15.8 points and 7.6...