Hopkinton Police Roll Out New Cruiser Design

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On Friday October 14, 2016 the Hopkinton Police Department rolled out the new design for the marked patrol units. Two newly designed cruisers were purchased as part of the annual fleet replacement program and funding was approved at the annual town meeting. It will take several years until the fleet is fully changed over to the new design.

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Video: A Sneak Peek at October's episode of Highlights from the Hill

Currently airing on HCAM and on our YouTube channel, October's episode of Highlights from the Hill covers a variety of topics. First up, you'll hear about the state of Hopkinton High School's Athletic Fields. Then, you'll hear from Assistant Superintendent Carol Cavanaugh as she discusses her role and how she assists school personnel with hosts Superintendent Dr. Cathy MacLeod and Jim Cozzens. Finally, Joe Markey joins the hosts to give an overview of the Elementary School Building Committee.

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Water-Sewer Manager: Water Supply Update

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Good afternoon this is Eric Carty with the water and sewer department with a water supply update. Crews worked until midnight making repairs to the water system. Due to the location and size of the water main break yesterday, the system is taking longer than normal to clear up. Crews are flushing hydrants in the affected areas. We ask that you periodically try your cold water line to see if your area has cleared. Although the water is discolored from the minerals being dislodged from the inside of the pipe, it is safe to use.

Hopkinton Police Actively Investigating Crash Involving Pedestrians

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The Hopkinton Police are actively investing a motor vehicle crash in the area of 112 Hayden Rowe Street. At 10:03 am our communications center received multiple calls reporting a crash at this location. One of the callers was a mother reporting her children had been struck by a vehicle while she was pushing the stroller across the street. She also reported that her son was bleeding from his head.

Early Voting in Hopkinton Monday October 24th - November 4th

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Town Clerk, Connor Degan released the below press release. The press release is about a new law that allows residents to vote early. If election day does not work great for you, you may now vote October 24th through November 4th by mail or at town hall. This is another method to vote besides on election day or through absentee voting. View full details below.

Charter Review Committee to Hold Public Forum

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A Public Forum to solicit input and feedback from Hopkinton citizens regarding any potential changes to the Town’s Charter will be held on Monday, September 19, 2016 at 7:00p.m. at the HCAM-TV Studio located at 77 Main Street, Lower Level. The Public Forum will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV at Verizon Channel 30 and Comcast Channel 8 and will stream online at Call-in and email questions and/or input will be accepted during the broadcast at 508-625-1640 or [email protected].

Video: Massachusetts State Police "Ride to Remember" comes through Hopkinton

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Over 300 Massachusetts State Police Officers biked across the state today. The event called "Ride to Remember" took place for the 4th year in a row to honor Police Officers killed in the line of duty. The 106 mile bike ride starts in Springfield and ends in Boston.

Hopkinton Water-Sewer Manager: Time for State Mandated Backflow Testing

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It is once again time for State mandated backflow testing. Please be advised that Water Safety Services, who has been contracted by the town, will be sending out letters to those people who's backflow devices needs to be tested. The notice has their phone number and instructions for contacting them to set up the appointment. The test takes very little time and is required to protect your drinking water and the town's system. We thank you for your assistance in this important matter.

Hopkinton Fire Department Promotes Lt. Bill Miller

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The Hopkinton Fire Department announced they have promoted Lt. Bill Miller to Deputy Chief.

The MetroWest Veterans Services District Seeks a Part-Time (15 Hrs/Week) Veterans Agent

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Under the direction of the Director, Veterans Services, the Veterans Agent delivers essential services to Veterans and their eligible dependents residing in the communities of the district (Ashland, Holliston, Hopkinton and Medway) in the administration of federal, state and local benefits to assist veterans, widows and dependents in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws (MGL) Chapter 115.


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