Hopkinton Education Foundation Golf Ball Drop

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Due to popular demand, we are bringing back the Golf Ball drop!! This is a very popular family event held to raise money for our schools.

Yard Sale Donations Wanted

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Unused or unwanted items in your attic? The Hopkinton Historical Society is accepting used household goods in good condition for their upcoming yard sale on June 11-12. Drop off items at 168 Hayden Rowe Street on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 1:00-4:00 PM from May 28 to June 9. Call 508-435-4502 for more information. Please no electronics, clothing, or books.

Video: Hopkinton Police Fishing Derby 2016

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The Hopkinton Police Association hosted their annual fishing derby. The fishing derby was hosted Saturday, May 14th at the Hopkinton Sportsman's Club on 95 Lumber St. HCAM news talked with Hopkinton Police School Resource Officer, Phil Powers and Police Chief Edward Lee. View highlights of the fun afternoon below. In the photo, Officer, Phil Powers poses with the winner for catching the biggest fish Nina.

Checkerberry Acres Farm Summer Fun Days

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Checkerberry Acres Farm, home of the Woodville 4H Horse Club and Crafty Cats 4H Club, is hosting their Summer Fun Days at 25 Winter Street in Hopkinton. Head to the farm for horses, ponies, miniature horses, cats, chickens and ducks. Activities include riding and driving miniature horses, and if you want to, daily crafts, a swimming pool, fun and games.

The events take place from Tuesday to Thursday, 10:00 AM-2:00 PM on July 12-14, 19-21 and 26-28. The cost is $35 per day or $90 for the three day week. An earlier drop off or later pickup can be arranged.

Town of Hopkinton’s Public Library seeks a Substitute Library Technician

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The Library Technician will perform all tasks related to the daily operations of the Library and the circulation desk. Assists in opening and closing of the Library. Retrieves and checks in all Library materials from the drop off boxes outside the Library. Collects overdue and lost item fines, handles on-line museum pass reservation requests, provides assistance to patrons locating materials, resolves patron account related issues and answers phone inquiries. Performs other duties as required.

2016 Town Election Results

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Below is the unofficial Town Election results for the 7 contested races.

Board of Selectman
Brendan Tedstone - 1,249
Claire Wright - 1,104
Margaret Wiggin - 755
Michael Umina - 149
Blank - 341

Town Moderator
Thomas Garabedian - 889
Dr. Bruce Karlin - 812
Blanks - 96

Town Clerk
Connor Degan - 1115
Henry Kunicki - 546
Blank - 133

Board of Health
Jennifer Flanagan - 804
Dr. Phillip Cohen - 795
Blank - 197

Video: HCAM News 5-6-2016

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On this edition of HCAM News, 2 Hopkinton Selectmen participated in their final meeting, Hopkinton Little League officially kicked off their season with the annual parade, Hopkinton High School teachers take on the students in the relay for life basketball game and we get you up to date with the latest in Hillers sports but first, School Resource Officer Phil Powers was recognized by the Board of Selectmen after he received a prestigious award.

Photo Courtesy: Hopkinton Police

Town Election Results LIVE

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HCAM's Tom Nappi and Mike Torosian will bring you the results of the May 16 Town Election when polls close at 8:00 PM. Tune in to HCAM-TV to find out who the elected officials are as the results come in.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Announces Mary Korbey Grant

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation is honored to announce the recipient of a one-time grant to honor Mary Korbey. Funding of $6,750 will go to Leadership Training for High School Varsity Captains and its applicant, Deirdre King, Hopkinton High School guidance counselor. The grant is named to honor the lasting contributions of Mary Korbey, a former board member, who passed away last summer.

Hopkinton Police Investigate Suspicious Incident Involving Children

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The Hopkinton Police Department is actively investigating a suspicious incident involving two girls, age twelve and thirteen, who felt men may have been taking their picture as they walked home in the Pond Street and Jamie Lane area of town. The suspicious vehicle was described as a white commercial van with green lettering, and pictures of a baby's face on one side and a mother on the back. The plate was reported as a partial plate bearing SY1. The eyewitness did not see the driver of the van but felt confident that the driver was a man.


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