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HCAM Presents the 2019 Town Election Contested Races Debate

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On Wednesday May 1st at 7pm, HCAM will host Hopkinton Town Election debates for the contested races. This year there are 5 contested races: Board of Selectmen, Town Moderator, Commissioners of Parks & Recreation, Commissioners of Trust Funds and Planning Board (2 year term). The debates will take place in the HCAM studios which are located at 77 Main Street on the lower level. Panelists this year include Freelance Reporter & HCAM Board Member, Michelle Murdock and HCAM News Director, Tom Nappi.

Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department Easter Egg Hunt Saturday April 20th at Center School

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This Saturday, Hopkinton Parks & Recreation Department hosts their annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event will take place at Center School due to expected rain 11am-Noon. Festivities include pictures with the Easter Bunny and some Easter Eggs for the kids.

Friends of Whitehall Educational Program Saturday April 27th 2019

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Lyme disease is the most prevalent infectious disease in Massachusetts and is now considered to be a public health crisis. In addition to Lyme, deer ticks can carry the pathogens which cause Babesiosis, Anaplasmosis, Relapsing Fever and Powassan virus, all of which can be very serious.
TICK-BORNE DISEASES ARE COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE…
COME LEARN HOW!

Community Notice: Work on Water Lines Wednesday April 17th

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Please be advised that weather pending on Wednesday April 17th , work on the water
lines at the intersection of Hayden Rowe and Chestnut Street will take place. Due to
the nature of the work, water will need to be turned off from approximately 8:30 AM
to 4 PM, barring any difficulties. The areas affected will be Hayden Rowe from
Teresa Road to approximately number 204 and Chestnut Street from Hayden Rowe to
Wild Road.

EHOP to Host Seventh Annual Know your Vote April 29th

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eHop (educate • engage • empower | Hopkinton) will hold its 7th Annual Know Your Vote forum on Monday, April 29, 6:30-8:30 pm in the Hopkinton High School library. This is a unique opportunity to get the answers you need from town officials before Town Meeting. This year, Town Meeting will vote on an FY2020 budget with a projected net tax impact of 2.5% as well as many other issues including:

Good Friday is this week (4/19/19)

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The Clergy of Hopkinton invite one and all to the
Ecumenical Good Friday Service
Friday, April 19, 2019
Noon
The Korean Presbyterian Church
Across from the Hopkinton Common

Job Posting: Intermittent Laborer

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The Town of Hopkinton seeks 3 Intermittent Laborers for 40 hours per week available to work between approximately May 13th through August 30th to perform the following duties:

Lawn mowing

Weed trimming

Miscellaneous property cleanups

Other maintenance-type related duties

Qualifications:

Ability to drive a one-ton dump truck with trailer

Prior experience with landscaping and/or maintenance

Good interpersonal skills and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Hopkinton Marathon Committee to Honor Veterans on Patriots’ Day at 123rd Boston Marathon Start

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In honor of Patriots’ Day, the Hopkinton Marathon Committee (HMC) honors local veterans at the start of the Boston Marathon each year. Patriots’ Day, an annual civic holiday, commemorates the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War. Each year, since its start in 1897, the Boston Marathon has taken part of Patriots’ Day. This year’s honored patriots at the start of the Boston Marathon will be Russell Phipps, Sr., Betty Branagan, and Frank Torento, all of Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Marathon Committee Selects Starters for 123rd Boston Marathon

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The Hopkinton Marathon Committee (HMC) has selected starters for Waves Two through Four for the 123rd Boston Marathon. The Boston Athletic Association has granted the HMC this honor since 2006. This year, on the Hopkinton Marathon Committee’s 40th Anniversary, the HMC has chosen a beloved Hopkinton native, a high-ranking military official, and a former HMC chairperson. Rosalie Baker-Brown will start Wave Two, General James McConville will start Wave Three, and Bob Champney will start Wave Four.

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