Holliston Reporter
Holliston Reporter

Veterans Services Discussed

Members of the MetroWest Veterans Consortium, including founding member Representative Carolyn Dykema, Representative John Fernandes, and Representative Jeff Roy, met with Secretary of Veterans’ Services Coleman Nee and Maggie Brothers of Army Survivor Outreach Services to discuss support services available for families of fallen service men and women. Veterans’ advocates from across the MetroWest region gathered to discuss current issues facing our veterans and ways the community can come together to better assist our service members and their families.
Holliston Reporter

Board of Selectmen Meets - October 22

It was a packed agenda and packed room for the Board of Selectmen's meeting on Wednesday night. The new Department of Public Works Director Sean Reese gave a report on his first six weeks. The Board solicited public comment about traffic lights downtown, and Howard Hager came to talk about saving the Town money, lots of it, by replacing light bulbs.
Holliston Reporter

Saving or Investing: Is There a Difference?

Solares Hill Advisors The terms "saving" and "investing" may be used interchangeably, but understanding how they are different may help you in working toward financial goals for you and your family.
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Holliston Town News

Say Cheese! By Cathy Snyder

This delicious selection of French cheeses paired with fresh dill and roasted Italian hazelnuts was enjoyed at the “Eat Cheese Class” on September 11. Julia Child’s favorite cheesemonger led 20 lucky participants through the origins and cheese-making technique of six different cheeses. “These cheeses are heavenly,” said Danielle Ohman, president of the Holliston Newcomers Club that sponsored the event. “I didn’t know cheese could taste so amazing.”
Holliston Town News

Outlook Is Positive For Holliston’s Field Hockey Squad

When Alyssa Wesoly was selected as Holliston High’s new field hockey coach, two players from last year’s team immediately contacted her. Those players - seniors Maggie Hamrie and Emilee Schaney - were named captains at the start of the season and their leadership qualities and skills will be key ingredients as the Panthers try to nudge their way into tournament contention.
Holliston Town News

12th Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer October 19

Plans are underway for the 12th Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer to step off from the First Congregational Church, 725 Washington Street, Holliston, at 1:30 p.m. (check in from 12:15-1) on Sunday, October 19 this year. The annual walk, which draws just under 400, was begun by and is completed in memory of Maryellen Miller, who lived in Holliston. 100% of proceeds benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
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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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