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STATE POLICE SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY

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Colonel Timothy P. Alben, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced that a Sobriety Checkpoint will be implemented by the Massachusetts State Police on a Public Way, in the County named below. The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness to the need of detecting and removing those motorists who operate under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs from our roadways.

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Host Cheryl Perreault Talks About her Show "Wakeup and Smell the Poetry"

Wake Up and Smell the Poetry is an original HCAM series produced by Hopkinton resident Cheryl Perreault which showcases the talents of spoken word artists such as poets, storytellers, and singers.

Perreault, a spoken word artist herself, was first approached to host a poetry reading nine years ago at a cafe in Natick.

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Video Highlights: Harlem Wizards

Watch the HCAM News video to see highlights of the Harlem Wizards visit to Hopkinton.

CasinoFreeMilford Presentation Tonight

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CasinoFreeMilford has announced two upcoming events in March.

What Every Resident and Public Official Should Know

Presented by:
Stephanie Crimmins, Founder, No Foxboro Casino
Ginny Coppola, Foxboro Selectwoman

March 14th at 7 pm
Adams Middle School Auditorium
323 Woodland St
Holliston, MA

CasinoFreeMilford Presentation to the Milford Board of Selectmen

Doug Dufresne to Teach Private Woodwind Lessons at HCA

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Talented and experienced music teacher Doug Dufresne is now teaching private woodwind classes at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. The lessons are for all ages (including adults) and are being held at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (98 Hayden Rowe). Anyone interested in starting classes should contact the Hopkinton Center for the Arts at 508-435-9222 or visit www.hopartscenter.org

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Mother Daughter Team Film "Exeter" at HCAM Studio

Two Hopkinton residents are taking a stab,quite literally, at movie stardom with the horror film Exeter. Mother and daughter duo Suzanne Prunty, who is producing the film, and Meredith Prunty, one of the movie's stars, were at HCAM, alongside other crew members, in early March to shoot some of the scenes for the 15-minute short film. The idea for Exeter came from Suzanne and is loosely based on a real-life story, after Meredith and cast member, Massachusetts resident Ashley Tramonte, were shooting the soon-to-be released horror movie Backmask last August. The movie was shot in Exeter Rhode Island at the Ladd School, an abandoned mental rehabilitation hospital from the early 1900s, now considered to be haunted.

Similar to what really happened on the set of Backmask, in Exeter, Meredith and Ashley play Bella and Ava respectively, two actresses who have recently shot a movie at the Ladd School. In the scenes shot at HCAM, Bella and Ava are on the set of a talk show recalling their experiences shooting the movie.

In April, the cast and crew will travel to Rhode Island to film scenes at the Ladd School. The goal is to have the movie completed by the end of the summer, with the hope of then submitting it to festivals such as the SAG-AFTRA Festival in New York.

Suzanne has also produced a series of webisodes starring Meredith called Chopchicks. And Meredith, a SAG-AFTRA actress and Hillers Cheerleader, has also worked on the sets of the upcoming Adam Sandler Movie Grown Ups 2 and the Steve Carrell movie The Way, Way Back.

Watch the HCAM News video below for a look at some behind the scenes action from the filming of Exeter.

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Hopkinton Drug Kicks Off Health Lecture Series

Hopkinton Drug kicked off its popular Health Lecture Series on February 21 with a presentation from Dr. Richard Mulroy about Joint Replacement. Thanks to HCAM volunteer Tom Dings, the complete lecture was recorded and is currently playing on HCAM-TV, Comcast channel 8 and Verizon channel 30. For a preview of the show, watch the HCAM News video below.

To check the HCAM-TV schedule for air date and time, Click Here.

The program will also be available shortly for online viewing.

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HHS Cheerleaders Move on to New England Cheerleading Championship

One month removed from placing fifth at the Cheersport National Championship in Atlanta Georgia, the Hiller Cheerleaders are once again making school history. Last weekend, the team placed third at the Division 2 State Championship and now will compete against other top qualifiers from across New England at the New England Cheerleading Championship this Saturday, a feat no other cheerleading team in school history has accomplished.

After the team's tremendous success at Nationals, the Hillers have not been resting on their laurels, staying focused and working hard to build upon each performance.

The New England Cheerleading Championship takes place this Saturday March 16th at 10:30am at Lawrence High School in Lawrence Massachusetts. And although not a home competition, the team says that they would love the community's support as they make school history.

Wake Up and Smell the Poetry - March 16

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Wake up and Smell the Poetry takes place on Saturday, March 16 in the HCAM studio. Performing are Misha Chowdhury, Alan O 'Hare and jenny's tribe. Our March guest features are known for their focus upon themes of human challenge, healing and rebirth.

Public welcome, doors open at 10:00 a.m. Program begins at 10:30 a.m. Open mic for poetry, story and song to follow. Admission is free and hot coffee and scones will be served.

RSVP to cbperreault@gmail.com to reserve a seat as audience and/or open mic spot.

Working Together: The Hopkinton Women’s Club Collaborates with Area Businesses to Help Neighbors

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The Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center of Hopkinton needed a new refrigerator.

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