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Early Bird Registration Ends May 19 for Timlin 5K

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15th Annual Sharon Timlin Memorial 5K Race/Walk and Family Fun Day
Hopkinton High School, 90 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton, MA
Saturday, June 16th
8:30 AM - Noon

After May 19th, the price for 5K increases. There are spots left open for color run (1st- 6th graders).

High Tea at St. Paul’s on June 9

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Get out your fancy hats and white gloves and enjoy old-fashioned geniality at the special High Tea being held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church (61 Wood Street, Hopkinton) on Saturday, June 9 at 2:30 p.m. Finger sandwiches, cakes from Kati's Cakes, assorted soft drinks and, of course, tea, will be served at this exceptional event, which will benefit the St. Paul's Organ fund. The event is open to the public (formal dress is optional).

Hopkinton Police Unveil New Patrol Vehicle

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Hopkinton Police unveiled a new patrol vehicle at the Hopkinton Police Association Annual Fishing Derby. The full size pickup was a huge hit with the children as seen in the above photo. The new patrol truck functions fully as a patrol vehicle and is equipped with all the critical equipment of an emergency response vehicle. Some of the equipment that all Hopkinton Police Cruisers are equipped with include: moving radar, first aid kits, automated defibrillators, oxygen tanks, mobile data devices, police radio and scanner to list just some of the equipment.

Video: 2018 Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting Recap

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This year the Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting featured 48 articles and lasted 3 nights. View a full recap of the 3 nights in the below video.

Historic District Talk & Walk Friday May 18th at 10:30am

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Hopkinton Center Historic District Commission will be hosting a representative from the Massachusetts Historical Commission at the Hopkinton Public Library on Friday, May 18 at 10:30 AM. Christopher C. Skelly, Director of Local Government Programs will give a presentation called “Establishing or Expanding Local Historic Districts.” The 90-minute talk will be held in the library conference room in the historic part of the building. The talk will be followed by a walking tour of the Hopkinton Center Historic District. Members of the public are welcome to join us.

Job Posting: Firefighter/ Paramedic

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The Town of Hopkinton is accepting applications to fill two (2) full-time position and further to establish a list of potential candidates for the FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC position.

Salary Depending on Qualifications and in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Within twelve (12) months of hire, the Firefighter/Paramedic shall make their principal place of residence within the boundaries of the Town of Hopkinton or at any other place within the Commonwealth that is within fifteen (15) miles boundary to boundary of their town and the Town of Hopkinton.

Project Just Because Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

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Saturday, May 12th - Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive
The Project Just Because Hopkinton Food Pantry depends on this food to help stock our shelves for the summer months.
Non-perishables just need to be put in a bag by the mailbox and the letter carriers will pick them up on May 12th.
All food will come to the Project Just Because Hopkinton Food Pantry to support Hopkinton children and families.
If you miss your mail carrier, food items can be dropped off at PJB, 109 South St., Hopkinton from 12:00-4:00 on May 12th.

Water Tips 101

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Hopkinton DPW's Water & Sewer Superintendent Eric Carty gives us a glimpse of how water is delivered to your home, how to check for leaks, turning off your water in case of a broken pipe and how to get updates and notices from the Water & Sewer Department.

Day 3 Annual Town Meeting Updates 5-9-2018

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View town meeting on HCAM (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or online here:.

Video: Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce First Responders Breakfast

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On Thursday May 3rd, the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast to thank Hopkinton's First Responders. The event included Hopkinton Police, Fire and DPW Staff. Guest Speakers included: Representative Carolyn Dykema, Board of Selectmen Chair, John Coutinho, Town Manager, Norman Khumalo and Boston Athletic Association CEO, Thomas Grilk and more. View the ceremony to thank Hopkinton's First Responders below.

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