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Articles

Fresh Perspectives: HCA Students and Teachers

How does a teacher influence a student? Is a six-year-old more likely than a sixty-year-old to take on the teacher’s style? Here’s an exploration...

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Kathy Shore Named Holliston in Bloom Community Champion

On the evening of Thursday, July 19th, Holliston in Bloom welcomed America in Bloom judges Douglas Airhart and Shannon Beatty with a reception at...

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Holliston VFW Installs New Officers

The Holliston V.F.W. Leonard D. Chesmore Post 8507 held its 2018 Installation of Officers on Thursday, June 28, 2018.
The evening was opened...

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Come Celebrate the Official Opening of the Holliston Rail Trail!

What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July in Holliston than to mark the opening of the Holliston Rail Trail? At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July...

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Sports

For Bergloff, Hard Work Makes Natural Throwing Talent Pay Off

Having a father who was not only a track and field thrower himself, but a former coach, Holliston’s Isabella Bergloff continually heard how much fun throwing the discus and shot put was. While her father (David) found the sport to be enjoyable, he was not going to push it on...

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Lorenzen Selected to Coach Holliston’s Girls’ Varsity Hoop Squad

Kurt Lorenzen is Holliston High’s new girls’ basketball coach and to say that the 57-year-old Illinois native is well-qualified to handle the position would be a monumental understatement, because he’s paid his dues at every conceivable level.
Lorenzen played high...

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2017-2018 in Review 12 Holliston Teams Qualified for Tournament Competition

Holliston High’s athletic teams didn’t produce a state championship for the 2017-18 school year but the Panthers still experienced success on a variety of fronts.
Twelve squads qualified for tournament play, some of them securing berths after lengthy droughts. Two...

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