Issues that are facing students today are often the same issues facing society, and Holliston’s PTO has re-fashioned its parent-education program into a public-education program, now more inclusively called “Mindshare,” which will offer events for the Holliston community free... Read More
Funds are currently being raised for the construction of a Butterfly Garden in memory of all those who have been lost to substance abuse. The...Read More
The Holliston Lions Club and the Holliston Community Farm will be holding our annual haunted walk on Saturday October 20th at the Holliston...Read More
Can’t make it to Germany this year? Don’t worry. The Holliston Historical Society has the answer to your travel woes. Our annual Oktoberfest...Read More
The Holliston American Legion Post 47 held its annual 9/11 awards ceremony on Sunday, September 9th, in Holliston’s Upper Town Hall. These awards...Read More
Last fall, Aaron Ladd took over the Holliston boys’ cross country team and guided the Panthers to a Division 4 fifth place finish and just missed out on advancing to the States. This year, with a year of coaching under his belt, Ladd is hoping that his runners can improve...Read More
Holliston’s Grace Inman took a pro-active approach on her athletic future, and the results have exceeded her expectations.
The 5-foot-4 Inman played two seasons of soccer for Holliston High’s junior varsity squad but decided to change sports. Now, she’s not only a key...
Gary Alger, who played an integral role in elevating Holliston High’s football program into elite status in the early 1970s, lives in Connecticut now, but he continues to stay up to date on the Panthers’ fortunes.
The 64-year-old Alger started at fullback for three...