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100’s Turn Out for Spilka’s Social Emotional Learning Forum

About 175 educators and others attended a forum on Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) hosted on Tuesday, January 9th by Senator Karen E. Spilka (D-...

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Charles River Children’s Chorale Explores the World through Song

Lelia Tenreyro-Viana believes there’s a power to music.
Director of the Charles River Children’s Chorale, a Metrowest Community Program for...

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MetroWest Legislators Hold Listening Session on Commuter Rail

Members of the MetroWest delegation invited the new General Manager of the MBTA, Luis Ramirez, on the Framingham-Worcester line. Legislators and...

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Holliston School Committee News

These items first appeared in the Holliston School Committee Newsletter Issue #2 -- December 14, 2017
School Committee Discusses Delayed...

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Sports

Progress A Key To Holliston Sextet’s Impressive Start

Dan Geary is in his third year as Holliston High’s hockey coach, and he’s hoping the current campaign will yield the first playoff berth in his era.
So far, the Panthers are 8-1-1 at the halfway mark and on the verge of making his team’s goal of locking up a tourney...

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Andrew Frey Just Keeps Swimming

As far back as he can remember, Andrew Frey found himself in the water on a regular basis. At a young age, he was part of a low commitment swimming rec team out of Holliston, where he got to not only swim with his friends, but also hone his craft in the water. Now as a junior...

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A Senior Moment For the Holliston Boys Basketball Squad

“Elite Eight’’ is a popular phrase heard during the NCAA basketball tournament. At the interscholastic level, those words could also refer to Holliston High’s veteran contingent for the 2017-18 season.
Eight is the number of seniors who comprise the nucleus of coach...

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