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Video: Top of the Hill Induction Ceremony 2015

The first Top of the Hill Ceremony was held. The program was created to honor outstanding alumni from Hopkinton High School. The event was hosted by Hopkinton High School, The Hopkinton Parent Teacher Association, the Hopkinton Education Foundation, and the Hopkinton 300th anniversary committee.

Honored in the first class of inductees was Paul Phipps class of 1939, Mary Harrington class of 1954, Thomas Mcintye Class of 1972, Denise Millard Class of 1992, Meghan Altidor, Class of 1995 and Sean Terry Class of 2005.

In the first video: View the ceremony in it's entirety,

In the second video: The first set of highlights and post ceremonial interviews

in the third video: More highlights and post ceremonial interviews.

HPTA Holiday Home Tour and Boutique

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The HPTA is proud to host a Holiday House Tour and Boutique on December 5th from 10-4 and December 6 from 12-4. The self-guided tour will feature 6 beautiful, private residences decorated in the holiday spirit. Guests will be welcomed inside the front doors of these gracious homes to visit their charming ground floor rooms.

The Hopkinton Library Announces Temporary Home

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The Hopkinton Public Library released the below announcement detailing their temporary home. The Hopkinton Library will undergo a huge rebuild over the next year (or longer) and announced they will be moving to 65 South Street in Hopkinton while the rebuild happens. You can see details of the renovations that will take place here: http://www.hopkintonlibrary.org/expansionhome.asp

Hopkinton Town Clerk Geri Holland Announces Retirement

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After nearly 20 years working for the town of Hopkinton, "Town Clerk" Geri Holland sent out the below letter announcing her retirement. She worked 16 years as an operations assistant for the town before accepting the town clerk position in March of 2012.

Part Time Plow Drivers Wanted

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The Hopkinton DPW is in need of part time plow drivers for DPW plows and for part time plow drivers of their own plows to help fight this winter's snowfall. Please contact ​the Highway Department at 508-497-9768 for details.

Thank you!

Sincerely,
John K. Westerling
Director of Public Works

Town of Hopkinton
Department of Public Works
66 Fruit Street
PO Box 209
Hopkinton, MA 01748

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 508-497-9740
Fax: 508-497-9761

Fruit Street Closed Dec. 7 through 11

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Please be advised that Fruit Street will be closed from North Street to Saddle Hill Road; on a daily basis; from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm; from Monday, December 7, 2015 through Friday, December 11, 2015. The closure will allow the Town's contractor to replace two failing culverts at the Whitehall Brook crossing.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this causes. We appreciate your support and understanding as we conduct this necessary work.

Thank you​.​

Sincerely,
John K. Westerling
Director of Public Works

Hopkinton Chamber Orchestra Holiday Concert Cancelled

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The Hopkinton Chamber Orchestra Holiday Concert scheduled at the Hopkinton Library on Wednesday, December 2 is cancelled due to illness in the Chamber Orchestra. We are unable to re-schedule the concert this month due to the moving of the library.

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Video: HCAM News 11-20-2015

On this edition of HCAM news, the Hillers Golf Team presents the TVL Championship Trophy, Sculptor Jeff Buccacio prepared the Spirit of the Marathon sculpture for the 2016 Boston Marathon, The Seniors Powderpuff team of 2016 gets ready for the annual game against the Juniors and Courtney will let you know everything coming up on HCAM with our HCAM Insider

Irvine, Todaro Properties Advisory Group Seeks Volunteers

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The Town of Hopkinton is encouraging all residents who are interested in participating in the planning efforts for the recently acquired IrvineTodaro parcel on Hayden Rowe to submit their applications now.

Hopkinton's Annual Caroling on the Common and Tree Lighting

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Hopkinton's annual Caroling on the Common and Tree Lighting event will be on December 5th, 2015, at 4:00 PM.

- Girl Scouts will lead the town in songs of the season.

- Santa & Mrs. Clause will visit.

- Tree lighting at dusk.

- Hopkinton Parks and Recreation will share cocoa and cookies.

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