Three Holliston sisters are members of the first Children of the American Revolution Society in Massachusetts to be named one of the top three CAR societies in the nation by the National Society of Children of the American Revolution. Morgan (16), Reese and Taryn (12) Holmes... Read More
What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July in Holliston than to mark the opening of the Holliston Rail Trail? At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July...Read More
It’s been a long time coming, but vision of the Holliston Rail Trail has finally come to fruition.
“Originally, it dated back before I even...
St. Mary’s of Holliston Knights of Columbus just concluded its tenth and best charity raffle ever! This year’s raffle raised $23,300 for charity,...Read More
Holliston is a right-to-farm town, and what better way to introduce your family to farming than to come on down to the Holliston Community Farm...Read More
Holliston High’s athletic teams didn’t produce a state championship for the 2017-18 school year but the Panthers still experienced success on a variety of fronts.
Twelve squads qualified for tournament play, some of them securing berths after lengthy droughts. Two...
Having finished the season with a mediocre 8-10 record, it was not nearly the caliber of play that Holliston Ultimate Frisbee Coach Chris Levasseur was expecting from his team.
“We just didn’t play to our potential. We were plagued with injuries throughout the year and...
John Mulvaney took the coaching reins of the Holliston High boys’ lacrosse team this spring and, although the Panthers are still battling for a tourney berth, his approach should generate success in the years ahead.
The Panthers, who last qualified for tourney play in...