At long last, spring is here. Warmer weather might have taken its time to arrive this year, but there’s no better sign that spring has come to Holliston than the Holliston Business Association’s Annual SpringFest, a day where the young and old of the town come out to meet and... Read More
Avid Red Sox fan Barbara Chamberlain was thrown a pitch perfect birthday party on April 11th at the Holliston Senior Center on the day she turned...Read More
Holliston Fire Department Chief Cassidy approached the Holliston Board of Selectmen on April 9th about adding a warrant article on the May 7th,...Read More
Fashion is in bloom once again this year in Holliston, as the Holliston in Bloom Spring Fashion Show makes its appearance on the runway of Upper...Read More
Holliston High softball coach Jen Picardo uses words like “dependable’’ and “reliable’’ when she’s discussing left-handed pitcher Erin Kerr.
Based on last year’s results, those adjectives are spot on, and it’s safe to say that the Panthers’ 2018 season again will be...
Dan Keefe was a three-sport athlete growing up in Natick where he put a uniform on for the football team for two years, the basketball team for two years and laced up his cleats for the baseball team for three seasons. He even took part in one season of baseball for Merrimack...Read More
Joe Santos is cautiously optimistic that his third year as Holliston High’s baseball coach will yield a playoff berth.
The Panthers posted a 7-13 record in Santos’ first year, then compiled an 8-12 mark last season, missing out on a tournament date by two games. Ten...