Francesca Douyon feels like she didn’t choose to live in Holliston. Rather, she believes the town chose her. Good things fell into place for her and her little daughter, almost seven, that landed her a nice place to live.
But the roads in Mudville haven’t been without a... Read More
When the Toll Brothers move forward with their plan for a 324-unit senior residential community on the 230-acre parcel on which the Glen Ellen...Read More
Janine Gerade has always been creative – and she likes to lose herself in her art.
“I know I’m doing something I really love when I look up...
Armistice Day 2017 turned out to be a crystal clear but blustery fall day, perfect for a gathering honoring the men and women from Holliston who...Read More
Last winter, the Holliston wrestling team put forth a better than expected performance on the mat all-around. The Panthers finished the year with a 17-14-1 record, completing their first winning season in some four years. Holliston didn’t wrestle all that well in the...Read More
The legend is 80 years old now, but he still found time this fall to serve as a volunteer football coach.
Tom Caito, who put Holliston’s grid program on the map, guided three high schools to state titles and started the football program at Merrimack College in 1996....
After spending two years as the junior varsity coach for the Holliston girls’ volleyball team, Anneliese Harrison was handed the reigns of the varsity squad this fall. With five games remaining on their regular season, as of this writing, the Panthers find themselves with a...Read More