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Update from Water Manager Eric Carty

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Good afternoon this is Eric Carty with the Hopkinton DPW. We would like to update you on the current water situation. We are continuing to flush fire hydrants in the affected areas and we are starting to notice a decrease in the discoloration. Please be advised that although the water is discolored, it is safe to use and not a threat to public health. The discoloration is caused by the mineral deposits being dislodged from the inside of the pipe surface due to the water breaks. You should periodically check your water to see if your pipes have cleared.

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Hoyts Visit Town Hall

Watch the HCAM News video as Dick and Rick Hoyt visit Hopkinton and, along with members of the Harvey family, present a signed lithograph to the Board of Selectmen.

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Another Eggstravaganza at Hopkins School

Fifth graders and their parents gathered at the Hopkins school gym on June 13th for an Eggstravaganza. The 10th annual contest pits representatives from each 5th grade class up against each other to determine whose egg can outlast being dropped from atop a lift. For the first time, the Eggstravaganza was emceed by Assistant Principal David Ljungberg, who was happy to take part in the festivities.

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Reception for Ilene Silver

After 19 years of service to the Hopkinton school system, Elmwood School Principal Ilene Silver has officially retired. To celebrate her impact, the HPTA threw a retirement party for Silver on June 12th. Silver was touched by the outpouring of support, and could not believe the amount of people, some who she hadn't seen in years, that showed up.

The reception was planned by HPTA members Kristin Kane and Christine Tourigny, both who were happy to recognize Silver for not only her dedication to Elmwood, but to the HPTA as well.

Photos: Price Chopper Preview Party

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Price Chopper held its preview party tonight. Click Here to see photos of the new store.

Press Release from Town Manager Norman Khumalo: Two New Hires

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In a press release sent late last night, Town Manager Norman Khumalo announced the hiring of two new team members to his Town Hall staff filling the Operations Assistant to the Town Manager and Finance Director positions:

"It is with great pleasure that I inform you that James P. Hellen (Jamie) has accepted the position of Operations Assistant to the Town Manager for the Town of Hopkinton. Jamie’s first day will be Monday, July 9, 2012.

All Things Senior Center: Dance Program at the Centre

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I had another column planned for this week, but I’m putting it on hold for a bit because there’s something very important going on at the center next Monday that I want to tell you about:

Price Chopper Preview Party Wednesday Night

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The grand opening celebration of Price Chopper’s new store in Hopkinton will kick off with a catered Preview Party on Wednesday evening, June 20, to benefit the Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton, Hopkinton Youth Soccer and Project Just Because, while a flag raising ceremony by VFW Post #2331 Ashland Memorial and the National Anthem performed by Trina Vargas will mark the store official Grand Opening on Thursday morning. The Metrowest Symphony Orchestra will also be performing.

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Field Day for Fifth Graders at Hopkins School

Watch the HCAM News video for highlights of the 5th grade Field Day at Hopkins.

Solarize Mass Installer for Hopkinton Selected

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Solarize Massachusetts Hopkinton and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) are pleased to announce the selection of SolarFlair Energy Inc. as the Solarize Mass installer for Hopkinton. SolarFlair Energy Inc. will work with Andy Boyce of the Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee, the Solarize Mass Community Solar Coach, to implement the program in partnership with MassCEC. A “Solar 201” public meeting will be scheduled on June 28, 2012 to introduce the installer to the community, and answer questions from residents and business owners in Hopkinton.

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