Holliston resident Deborah Sweet, a foster parent ambassador for the Framingham office of the Department of Children and Families (DCF), is embarking on her fourth year of collecting backpacks and school supplies for children in foster care and in families that are receiving... Read More
Mark your calendars! The 26th annual Celebrate Holliston festivities will be held on Saturday, September 16th. The day-long celebration kicks off...Read More
Horses and cars and floats, OH MY! And that’s not all you’ll see at the Celebrate Holliston parade this year. Classic cars and antique trucks,...Read More
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The Holliston Historical Society will hold its 37th Annual Harvest Fair on September 24th, 2017, from 10 a.m. – 4 p...
During the summertime in these parts, you don’t have to go far to shop local. In addition to being able to visit a wealth of farms right in our...Read More
Although Ultimate Frisbee was first introduced in Maplewood New Jersey in 1968, it is just now starting to become recognized as an actual sport. Holliston has had such a team in its athletic program for some time now and has made a name for itself, especially after capturing...Read More
They’ve never met, and they’ve never talked on the phone. Yet, Ken Dunn and Zach Elkinson have one thing in common, and it dominated their lives for three-plus years.
The common denominator is Holliston High football. Dunn has written a book, entitled Holliston Panther...
Entering his second season as the Holliston head baseball coach, Joe Santos figured his Panthers were in for a long year, having lost three of his four starters from a year earlier to graduation.
“Coming in, we were looking at replacing 3 starting pitchers, so right...