If you didn’t have the chance to catch Washington Street Players’ latest performance in April—don’t worry! You can still see Almost Maine, a collection of short plays written by Brockton native John Cariani, on May 2nd, 3rd and 4th at Holliston Town Hall at 8 p.m. Advance... Read More
On an annual basis, the Holliston Lions Club sponsors a carnival. The proceeds from this event are used to help us support the various...Read More
Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project personnel will be in Holliston to respond to residents' concerns about mosquitos in their area on...Read More
The Holliston Garden Club will be holding its Annual plant sale on Saturday May 11th from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Congregational Church Green, 725...Read More
It all came together in three weeks, says Holliston High School Varsity Hockey Coach Dan Geary, who participated in a Town Cup event with adult...Read More
Dear Future Teammates,
We invite you to be a part of Jake’s Team!
Jake’s Team was started in memory of our incredible son and brother who not only fought hard but inspired so many with his strength, courage, positive attitude and smile. Jake Silver was 16...Read More
One evening in January, Ashland football mom, Beth Murphy, sent to a text to her good friend, a Medway football mom, Patty DerGarabedian, which said that one of their (Ashland) former football players was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was informed that he had 3-6 months...Read More
Nicole Siglin, who’s been Holliston High’s athletic trainer for eight years, has all the attributes to excel in a role that’s become so crucial to the health of student-athletes.
The 47-year-old Syracuse native is personable, patient, flexible and objective. Always...