Hopkinton School Committee and Hopkinton Teachers’ Association Reach Multi-Year Agreement

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The School Committee, is pleased to report that an agreement has been reached between the Committee and the Hopkinton Teachers’ Association. The School Committee unanimously supported the agreement following endorsement recommendations made by negotiating team members Dr. Hiersche, Rebecca Robak and Scott Aghababian. This multi-year agreement includes modest wage increases to our valued professionals, allowing us to keep our salaries competitive with surrounding communities.

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Hopkinton Public Library to Present All Things Jane Austen

Her novels have captivated readers for over 200 years and have inspired various movie adaptations. Now as part of Women's History Month in March, Jane Austen's works will be celebrated in Hopkinton. On March 6th at 7pm, the library encourages adults and young adults, fans of Austen's work and Austen novices alike, to join in a discussion about her books and her life.

As part of the Austen discussion night, from now until the event, patrons are asked to vote for their favorite Austen novel by either emailing Adult Services Librarian Susan Marshall at, or by going to the library and filling out a form at the front desk. Results will be revealed that night.

And if one Austen celebration isn't enough for you, the library is also hosting an authentic Austen-era tea party on March 15th at 7pm. All of Austen's work, including many movie adaptations of her novels, are currently available at the library.

Watch the HCAM News interview with Susan Marshall and Denise Kofron to learn more!

February 2013 "Shoot" Photos

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What happened in Hopkinton during the month of February? From Hopkinton's first "Take Your Child to the Library Day", to a visit from Congressman Kennedy, the resignation of Police Chief Flannery and lots of snow, pictures tell the story. Click Here for all of our photos featured on "The Shoot" on the front page of our website for the month of February 2013. Enjoy!

Hopkinton Democrats Elect Delegates

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Hopkinton Democrats caucused last night (Wednesday, 2/27) to elect delegates to represent Hopkinton at the 2013 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention. The convention will be held at the Tsongas Center in Lowell on Saturday 7/13. The primary business of the convention will be to approve the 2013 platform for the Massachusetts Democratic Party.

The delegates and alternates selected were:

Brian Hassan (alternate)
Bruce Karlin
Caroline Wood

Registration is OPEN!

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Registration is OPEN now for the 2013 Fighting Irish American Youth Football and Cheer Season!


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Educate Hopkinton Fundraiser at Bertucci's

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Educate Hopkinton (eHop) is pleased to announce the organization’s first fundraising event at Bertucci’s in Holliston on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 between 4-9. Come enjoy pizza with your friends and neighbors and support community education in Hopkinton. Bertucci’s will donate 15% of all purchases to Educate Hopkinton. Proceeds from the event will be used to sponsor the May Veteran’s Breakfast at the Hopkinton Senior Center as well as a campaign to increase awareness about the Annual Town Meeting.

Do You Have What It Takes?

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Do you have the commitment and drive to be a Massachusetts State Trooper? The last date to file for the next exam is March 18. Go to the State Police Website. for more information.

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February in Photos

If you looked outside your window on February 9th, it wasn't hard to find Nemo as the blizzard dumped close to two feet of snow in Hopkinton. However, all that snow didn't stop February from being a busy month in town.

The month kicked off with father and son marathoners Rick and Dick Hoyt sharing their "yes you can" message at the Middle School. The team then stopped by the library to look at a scale model of the statue of them currently being erected outside Center School. And on the following day, the library was filled with young children and their parents for the first Take Your Child to the Library Day.

In High School sports news, the cheerleaders left for the Cheersport National Championship in Atlanta Georgia on the 14th, placing fifth in their division. And Girls' Basketball team tri-captains, Sarah Moses, Tess Chandler, and Dana Gogolin capped off their last home game of their high school careers on the 15th with a win over Westwood.
Congressman Joe Kennedy spoke at a Chamber of Commerce sponsored eventat Water Fresh Farm on the 19th.

To see and read about many of these stories, plus more, in greater detail, visit the HCAM website. And to see more photos from around Hopkinton, visit the HCAM photo website Scene in Hopkinton.

Reduced Price Tickets Still Available for Harlem Wizards

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Come cheer on your favorite players as they go up against the world famous Harlem Wizards in an exciting trick basketball game! This family fun event will include concessions, autographs, souvenirs and opportunity drawings (one to include an iPad2). Fun for all ages!

Sunday, March 3rd, 1 p.m. at the Hopkinton High School Athletic Center. Doors will open at 12:15 p.m.

Police Chief Flannery Resigns

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Police Chief Richard Flannery announced his resignation during the public forum segment of the selectman's meeting on Tuesday night. His resignation came with little warning, although he did inform the board of his intent during an executive session prior to the start of the meeting. Flannery said that after much reflection and for personal reasons, he would not be renewing his contract. The chief will stay on through the end of the fiscal year and will officially resign on June 30, 2013.

"After 34 years, it's time for me to start a new chapter," said Flannery.


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