Holliston Reporter

Holliston's Notable and Notorious Residents of Yesteryear

Tales of yesteryear were related to folks from Holliston and surrounding towns Friday night at the Historical Society by Joanne Hulbert, Town Historian and raconteur.
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Holliston Reporter

Where are You?

There are 14 positions up for election in May 2015 Now is the time to consider running for an elected office in Holliston. Nomination papers are available now. You have talent and please consider contributing them to serve our town! Papers must be submitted by the end of March.
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HOLLISTON HIGH POPS CONCERTS

Whether your taste is jazz music or rock and roll, show tunes or golden oldies, you will probably find it at the Holliston High School Music Department’s Annual Pops Concerts March 13 and 15.
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Lions Winning O' The Green Raffle

You have a chance to win $10,000 at the annual Holliston Lions Club Winning O' the Green Big Raffle, on Saturday March 14th at the Medway VFW. This is always a fun time for all, and yes, you could be a winner, but of course you must buy a ticket first. Even if you do not win, you will enjoy dinner and socializing with friends.
Holliston Town News

Dracoules Displays True Grit On & Off The Ice

Matt Dracoules has a lot of upside as a student-athlete. The Holliston High senior is a co-captain on the Panthers’ ice hockey squad and he can play either defense or forward. In lacrosse, the 6-foot, 160-pounder usually plays as an attackman, but he’s also been used as a midfielder. An honor-roll student, Dracoules, who plans to study criminal justice, has been accepted to Endicott College, Roger Williams University and St. Anselm’s College.
Holliston Town News

Bringing Together Scouts and Community at the Teddy Bear Tea

By Celeste Salley and Katie VaughnOur Junior Girl Scouts from Troop #72933 are earning their Bronze Award, which is the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can achieve. As a part of that process, the girls worked at developing their leadership skills and organized a philanthropic event for Daisy Girl Scouts. The event’s theme focused on “Being All that You Can Be” and “Sharing What You Have with Others.” The Daisy Scout guests practiced their etiquette skills and enjoyed refreshments while hearing from leading women in our community.
Holliston Town News

Is It Spring, Yet?

Second Annual Holliston AgCom Family EventIt’s been a really long winter.Members of Holliston’s Agricultural Committee, or AgCom, are asking a very logical question – “Is It Spring, Yet?” with their Second Annual Family Event welcoming the season on Sunday, March 22, from 12-4 p.m., to take place at Breezy Hill Farm, 583 Adams Street, Holliston. As it did last year, the event will feature baby animals and farm-related fun for the whole family, and the suggested family donation, which will support Holliston AgCom, is just $5.
Holliston Town News

Hoop Tourney Berth Is Lorenzen’s Top Goal

Kylie Lorenzen is the total package — an honor student and a three-sport star who, as a captain in three different venues, is intensely tuned into being a team-first competitor. The 6-foot native of Holliston has been a Tri Valley League all-star in soccer, basketball and outdoor track and she was the conference’s Most Valuable Player in track as a freshman. Currently, the classy senior is striving to lead the Holliston High girls basketball squad into the playoffs and she’s also flirting with becoming a 1,000-point scorer for the Panthers.
Holliston Town News

RAMS Spanish Teacher Recognized for Teaching Excellence

Señora Blanca Beltran, Spanish teacher at Robert Adams Middle School, was recognized by the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science on Wednesday, November 19, for her excellence in teaching. In order to distinguish faculty of merit, Mass Academy asks its students to nominate a teacher to receive acknowledgment at the school’s annual Teacher Appreciation Day Luncheon. Joshua Perlmutter, a junior at Mass Academy, nominated Señora Beltran, whom he had for all three years of middle school.
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Tom Coakley is the assistant editor of the Globe West regional print edition and this Holliston site.

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