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Upcoming Weekend Events

Watch the HCAM News video for a look ahead at events planned for the long weekend and Memorial Day.

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Highlights: Class of 2014 Grand March

Hopkinton High held its Junior Prom on the 17th. And before heading out for the evening, the High School hosted its annual Grand March ceremony which gives students the opportunity to show off to parents, teachers, and other students their dates as well as formal attire.

After the Juniors and their dates made their grand entrance into the athletic center, it was time to announce the prom court winners, which was done through a random drawing. The winners were Shannon McAree, Mason Miller, and Andrew Rogers. Andre LeBlanc and Erica McBride were honored with prom king and queen titles respectively.

HCAM was broadcasting live from the event. If you missed the broadcast or want to re-live the moment, it will replay on HCAM-TV, HCAM-ED, as well as online. Check the HCAM program schedule for specific air dates and times. DVDs of Grand March can be purchased on the HCAM website as well.

And to see hundreds of photos from the event, visit the HCAM photo website

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Student Art Show and One Act Plays at Hopkinton High

The opening night for the Student Art Show at Hopkinton High School was Thursday, May 16. Thanks to HCAM volunteer Tom Dings, we have video of the opening event as well as a peek at the one act plays. Check it out!

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Scordino to Focus on Strategic Plan

Watch the HCAM News video with Ellen Scordino after the polls close election night.

Hopkinton Historical Society Yard Sale

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The Hopkinton Historical Society will be holding a yard sale on Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, from 10am to 4pm each day. The sale will take place at the historical society building at 168 Hayden Rowe Street.

Beginning on May 28 and extending through June 6 on Tuesdays and Thursday (4-6pm) and on Saturday June 1 and June 8 from 10-4pm, the society will be accepting drops-offs at the 168 Hayden Rowe Street location. Used household goods in good condition will be accepted, but no electronics, clothing or books will be accepted.

Registration Open For Firefighter Camp For Girls

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In coalition with the Ashland Fire Department and the Board of Selectmen, Camp
Bailout Summer Program will be held, for the third consecutive year, August 5th
through the 9th.

Camp Bailout is a week long program designed to educate young women on
firefighting and emergency service skills, in a dynamic and fun environment. The
week long curriculum is interactive and physically challenging, where the girls will
gain strength and knowledge while building confidence and leadership skills.

HPTA HopSwap Returns on June 1

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HopSwap, the community wide event to swap children's clothing, maternity clothes, toys, books, baby gear and more, is coming to the Hopkinton High School cafeteria and gym on Saturday, June 1, 2013. Sponsored by the HPTA and HopMoms, a local support group for Hopkinton mothers, the event raises money for both organizations as well as providing a way to recycle your gently used items.

Roadwork Notice from Highway Manager Mike Mansir

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A contractor working for the Town of Hopkinton in preparation for street resurfacing will be installing asphalt shim work beginning Wednesday May 22–Friday May 24 from 7am-5pm on the following streets.

Front St – Ash St to Clinton St.
Lumber St – 630’ south of West Main St to 3805’ south of West Main St.
Spring St – Pond St to the Upton town line.
Saddle Hill Rd – 750’ south of Equestrian Drive to 550’ north of Equestrian Drive

One lane of traffic will be open at all times.

Thank you,

Mike Mansir
Hopkinton Highway Manager

Knife Assault by Man in a Gorilla Suit on West Main St.

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On Sunday May 19, 2013, at approximately 7:08 pm, Hopkinton police responded to a West Main St. business on the report of a person dressed in a gorilla suit brandishing a knife. Upon arrival officers spoke with the victim who reported he was assaulted by a subject in a gorilla suit armed with a knife.

The victim ran inside the store and alerted the Hopkinton police of the incident. The victim was able to give police a partial description of the motor vehicle the subject fled in.

Scordino Elected to School Committee

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"I am so thankful for all of the people who came out and voted today," said Scordino, who emerged victorious in the race for School Committee. "I am particularly pleased and enthusiastic today about the level of commitment and support that I received."

Scordino received a total of 874 votes to Ritterbusch's 472, earning her the chance to put her campaign pledges into action. When interviewed after the final vote tally, Scordino said she was really excited to meet Hopkinton's new superintendent and wanted to make her feel like the School Committee is invested in her success.


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