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Educational Grants Benefit Middle School Students in Hopkinton

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Free ‘Art Space’ Program at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Opens Registration

Hopkinton Police Investigate a Deceased Body Found at Trash Recycling Facility

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Hopkinton Police Department Detectives are actively investigating the discovery of a deceased human body at a local trash recycling facility.

This morning at 8:40am Hopkinton Police Dispatch received a call from E.L.Harvey and Sons reporting that workers had found a man's body inside the items brought to the Municipal Recycling Center, Building 6. This building is located in the area of 395 Wood St. Hopkinton. All workers at the facility have been accounted for and this is not a workplace incident.

Chinese Calligraphy and the Game of "Go"

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Hopkinton resident Zhiqi Liu will lead an interactive session about the history and techniques of Chinese painting and calligraphy and the age-old game of Go, then you'll have an opportunity to try both for yourself! The event takes place on Tuesday, April 12, 7:00 PM at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. Pre-registration is required for this event; call 508-497-9777 or email hbackman@hopkintonma.gov. Teens (ages 13+) and adults are welcome. Co-sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

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Video: HCAM News 3-25-2016

On this edition of HCAM News, an interim library director was named, Hopkinton Middle School students and teachers battled it out on the basketball courts, we have the Greyhound friends pet of the month and Hopkinton Middle School hosted their annual March talent show but first, for the 10th straight year Hopkinton Police and Hopkinton Special Olympics met up for a basketball game and once again this year the police struggled to keep up with the very talented special Olympic athletes.

Meet Bobbi Gibb & Support Her Marathon Sculpture Project

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A group of Hopkinton residents with the support of the 26.2 Foundation and UniBank have joined forces to sponsor an event to help raise funds for the Bobbi Gibb Marathon Sculpture Project on Wednesday, April 13, at the Hopkinton Country Club, 204 Saddle Hill Road, Hopkinton, MA.

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Video: Library Director, Rownak Hussain Retirement Party

After 11 years of service, Library Director Rownak Hussain announced she will be retiring to spend more time with her family. Recently, co-workers and friends hosted a retirement celebration for Rownak at the Senior Center. See the entire ceremony and recap below.

Hopkinton Water & Sewer: Backflow Testing to be Completed

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The Hopkinton Water & Sewer Division must comply with the State's Cross Connection Control program. The purpose of this program is to ensure the health and safety of the public drinking water supply for all water users. An essential part of this program is the testing of all Double Check Valve Assembly and Reduced Pressure Zone backflow prevention devices.

Paul Clerici Presents "Boston Marathon: History by the Mile"

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Local author Paul C. Clerici will be at the Hopkinton Senior Center on Wednesday, March 30 at 7:00 PM to talk about his popular book, “Boston Marathon: History by the Mile.”

The award-winning writer takes readers through the entire colorful 26.2-mile journey, mile by mile, town by town, story by story. With his unique, vast array of experience and knowledge as a 23-time Boston Marathon runner and 30-plus-year sports journalist, Clerici brings the great race to life through informative, humorous, and enlightening detail.

Hopkinton Democratic Caucus Results

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The Hopkinton Democratic Caucus (HDC) held their local caucus at town hall on March 24th.

The HDC elected to support the following slate on the town's local ballot on May 16th.

Board of Selectman - Margie Wiggin
Board of Assessors - Mary Jo LaFreniere
Board of Health - Jennifer Flanagan
Commissioner of Trust Funds - Maureen Bumiller
Constable - Michael Hayes
Hopkinton Housing Authority - Emily D'Urso
Parks and Recreation Commission - Kelly Karp
Moderator - Bruce Karlin

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Video: HCAM News 3-18-2016

On this edition of HCAM News, Library Director, Rownak Hussain celebrated her retirement with co-workers and friends at the Hopkinton senior center, The Public Library expansion and renovation project broke ground, we’ll get you up to date with Hillers sports and Local Book Author, Paul Clerici joined me in studio to talk Boston Marathon but first, the Hopkinton Police Department welcomed 2 new officers to the squad.

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