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On Monday, September 12, during a meeting of the HCAT Board of Directors, Chief Michael Cassidy presented the 2022 Communicator Awards' Award of Excellence to Holliston Cable Access Television (HCAT) for Episode 20 of "Story Time with Chief Cassidy."

On Monday, August 22, the department responded to a 5+ acre brush fire in the woods off Winter Street.

On Friday, August 19, Forest Fire 3 responded to the City of Marlborough as part of a Forestry Task Force activation.

On Sunday, August 7, Engines 1, 2 and 3 responded to an outside fire on Rogers Road. The fire was determined to be machinery and equipment. There was no extension to the nearby structure.

On Thursday, July 28, the on duty ambulance crew stopped by this lemonade stand on Underwood Street to support these entrepreneurs.

On Saturday, July 16, Engine 4 was at the Summer Bash hosted by Boston Honey Company on Chestnut Street.

On Friday, July 1, Chief Cassidy and Engine 2 provided station coverage for Medway Fire, while their crews were providing station coverage for Bellingham Fire during a technical rescue operation in Mendon. While standing by, the Holliston crew responded with Medway Car 3 to a medical emergency.

On Sunday, June 26, Engines 1 and 3 and the ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash resulting in fire on Washington Street. The driver left the scene prior to the arrival of public safety personnel. Rescue 1 also responded to address a fuel spill; MassDEP was notified of the release.

On Tuesday, June 14, the ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Highland Street. The Medway and Ashland Fire Departments also responded with paramedics for ALS interventions. Crews from the Rescue and Engine 2, assisted by personnel from Medway Fire, extricated an entrapped patient, who was subsequently transported by Boston MedFlight from a landing zone secured on Hollis Street to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester. A second patient was transported by Ashland Fire also to UMass. The Massachusetts State Police assisted the Holliston Police with the crash investigation.

On Monday, June 13, crews responded to a front end loader at a waste to energy facility on Washington Street.

On Friday, June 10, crews investigated an alarm activation in one of the industrial parks.

On Sunday, June 5, two ambulances with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to two injured individuals from a motorcycle crash on Washington Street. One patient was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester by Boston MedFlight from a landing zone on South Street which had been secured by Captain Alan Greendale and Engine 4. A second patient was also transported by ground to UMass.

On Tuesday, May 31, the backup ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to an injured bicyclist on Highland Street. A patient was transported by Boston MedFlight to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center by Boston MedFlight, from a landing zone at the High School which had been secured by Deputy Mark Dellicker and Engine 2.

On Monday, May 30, members of the department joined with others in the community to honor those who died in service to our country, by marching in the Memorial Day parade. [photo: Paul Saulnier]

On Wednesday, May 25, Chief Michael Cassidy taped several episodes of Story Time with Chief Cassidy in the bay of the Central Fire Station. Holliston Cable Access Television (HCAT) produces the award winning series. A photographer from the MetroWest Daily News was also present, taking still photos of the production process for an article in the paper.

On Wednesday, May 25, Chief Michael Cassidy served as Guest Reader at the Holliston Public Library's Tales and Tunes for Tots.

On Sunday, May 22, the department celebrated the Class of 2022 by participating in the HHS Senior Car Parade.

On Saturday, May 21, the department participated in Touch-a-Truck at the elementary school complex.

On Monday, May 16, the department responded to a structure fire on Rolling Meadow Drive. The Medway Fire Department provided mutual aid to the scene, and the Sherborn Fire Department provided station coverage. There were no injuries.

On Friday, May 13, Engines 1 and 4 responded to a dumpster fire on Hopping Brook Road.

On Sunday, May 8, Engine 2 provided station coverage for Medway, while their on-duty personnel were out of town at brush fire in Bellingham. While providing coverage, the engine responded to a mulch fire and a motor vehicle crash.

On Saturday, May 7, members of the honor guard presented the colors at Fenway Park prior to the Red Sox game.

On Friday, April 29, the department responded to a 28 acre brush fire off Mill Street. Crews were assisted by members of the Sherborn Fire Department and the Department of Conservation and Recreation Bureau of Forest Fire Control.

On Saturday, April 23, current and former members of the department honored the life and legacy of Retired Fire Chief Raymond Moloney (1991-2000) in a funeral mass at St. Mary's Church.

On Monday, April 18, department personnel supported mutual aid partners along the route of the BAA Boston Marathon. Engine 1 personnel were staged in Hopkinton. Engine 3 and ambulance personnel were staged in Ashland.

On Saturday, April 16, Captain Alan Greendale (E2), Lieutenant Michael Gulla (E4), and Firefighter Peter Hill (E3) completed the Tough Ruck 26.2 Boston. Tough Ruck Nation is group of military, first responders and civilians whose sole purpose is to Ruck in honor and in memory of their Fallen Service Members, Police, Firefighters and EMTs, while raising funds to support their warriors and families of the Fallen. They march with their Rucks and carry the names of their Fallen comrades with them.

On Saturday, April 9, the department responded to a smoke in a basement on Gorwin Drive, following a nearby lightning strike.

On Friday, March 11, Rescue 1, Engine 3 and the ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. The Jaws of Life were used to extricate a patient from one of the vehicles, who was subsequently transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

On Friday, March 4, Ladder 1, Engines 2 and 3 investigated a compressor fire on October Hill Road.

On Sunday, February 27, members of the department participated in ice rescue training at Lake Winthrop.

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