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TV Production Camp at HCAM

In a joint collaboration with the Metrowest YMCA Camp in Hopkinton and HCAM-TV, campers recently spent two weeks in the HCAM Studio learning about media production. In this HCAM News segment, listen as campers describe their experience as they script, shoot, and edit to make their own movie "Shades of Gray" which will premiere in the HCAM Studio on Friday, August 12.

HELP! in Hopkinton on Sunday, August 7

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If you crave cool summertime musical fun, now there's HELP!

New England's premiere Beatles tribute band HELP!is coming to Hopkinton on Sunday, August 7, as part of the free Concerts on the Common series. The show starts at 5PM and runs until 7:30PM. And yes, we would like you to dance!

What makes babies bounce and clay to "Yellow Submarine" or "Twist & Shout"? Whatever is is, that same magic revs up their older siblings and their parents and grandparents too. The whole family grooves to the great sound of the Beatles.

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Paul Annunziata's '75 Plymouth Duster Moves to Jay Leno's Garage

Terminally ill with lung cancer, Paul Annunziata did not want to worry about the preservation of his 1975 Plymouth Duster that he had spent five years building in the 1970s. With the transfer of his car to the Jay Leno Garage this week, Paul is happy and content knowing that his car will be taken care of.

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Dora the Explorer Visits the Hopkinton Library

Watch the HCAM News video as we visit the Hopkinton Public Library for some storytelling and a special appearance by Dora the Explorer!

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A New Hopkinton Business: Smintish Productions

Smintish Productions, a new Hopkinton business specializing in media production, was established by Nimish Thapar in June of 2011. The business, which focuses on photography, video, and Computer Based Special effects, grew from a hobby Nimish had as a student in Middle School.

"Photography originally started as a hobby," says Nimish, who recalls his first photo shoot with a disposable camera at school trip to Yosemite.

Lyme Disease Support Group Meets Tomorrow

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Are you, or is someone you know, affected by Lyme Disease or other tick-borne illness? Do you experience chronic fatigue, join or muscle pain, inability to focus and can't seem to find out why?

Consider Hopkinton Area Lyme Friends (H.A.L.F.).
Meeting: Thursday, July 28, 2011
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Where: Milford Public Library (in the Children's Room)

Hopkinton and Holliston Receiving Massachusetts Recreational Trail Grants

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Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) and Representative Carolyn Dykema (D-Holliston) announced today that two projects working to repair and maintain trails in the MetroWest region have been awarded grants under the Massachusetts Recreational Trails Program.

HCAM's Facebook Page Hits 650 "Likes"

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Have you checked out the HCAM-TV Facebook Page? It's a great way to stay up to date with everything that's happening at HCAM. From photos of our community, to news and sports updates, and links to the latest HCAM News stories, our Facebook Page is another way to stay up to date with events in Hopkinton. And, as of today, we have hit a high of 650 "likes". Visit the HCAM Facebook Page today, and don't forget to like our page!

“Fill a Backpack” for Project Just Because

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In support of Project Just Because’s “Fill a Backpack” drive, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Grace United Methodist Church will be collecting items for the program at their shared facilities at 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton. Collection hours are Sundays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. to noon; and Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The “Fill a Backpack” drive is going on until August 21. Both churches invite other churches, groups, or individuals to join the Fill a Backpack Drive. Please contact the St.

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$8 Million Needed to Sink Utility Lines in Downtown Hopkinton

The Downtown Initiative Steering Committee (DISC), created by Town Manager Norman Khumalo in September of 2010 to provide advice regarding potentital downtown improvements, provided an updated to the Planning Board last week.

Using the $400,000 approved by Town Meeting in May of 2010, Chairman Tom Nealon said his committee has been working on a plan since last October with the consulting firm Beta Group.

The project covers Main Street from Wood Street to Ash Street and is looking at intersections at Wood Street, Pleasant Street, Route 85 and 135 and Hayden Rowe.


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