LIVE NOW: HCAM Election Results Coverage

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HCAM is providing live election coverage on Monday, May 16th starting at 8PM after the polls close. We are broadcasting live from the Middle School Auditorium, so stay tuned to Comcast Channel 8 or Verizon Channel 30 and get the results as soon as they are available. Not near a TV or out of town, but have your laptop nearby? Don't worry, we're streaming as well on

New this year, Town Clerk Ann Click will swear in newly elected candidates in the Middle School Auditorium on election night.

Candidate Statement: Brian Herr

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Proven, positive leadership is what I will provide as our next Selectman. As a representative of the citizens of Hopkinton in town, at the regional and state levels, I will always conduct myself in a reasonable, responsible and respectful manner. Positive leaders rise above the trivial and work to accomplish the collective goals of the community without denouncing or defaming others that may hold opposing views.

Candidate Statement: Frank D'Urso

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Neighbors, I'm Frank D'Urso and I'm the “No Over-Rides” candidate for Selectman.

I have a Masters Degree in Management and 25 years of experience that can help Hopkinton find innovative ways to solve our problems.

My wife Emily and I have lived in town for 12 years, and taxes have increased dramatically.

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Preview of Selectmen's Agenda

Watch the HCAM News video as Town Manager Norman Khumalo gives our viewers a sneak peek at the upcoming agenda for the Board of Selectmen's meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 17th.

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Excerpts from the School Committee Candidate Focus

Missed the HCAM News Candidate Focus on Monday night? Don't have time to watch the hour long program? Listen to some excerpts as incumbents Nancy Burdick and Richard de Mont and challenger Scott Aghababian answer questions about the next steps for Center School, priorities for the upcoming year and qualities of a good school committee member. To see the full debate, Click Here.

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Watch it Now! Selectman and School Committee Candidate Focus

The replay of the HCAM News Candidate Focus for selectmen and school committee candidates held on Monday night in the HCAM Studio, is now available for replay. Don't miss this great opportunity to learn where the candidates stand on the important issues facing our town. Did they vote in favor of the proposed library expansion at Annual Town Meeting? What are their ideas for commercial expansion in Hopkinton? What do think they are the next steps for Center School now that the proposed elementary school on Fruit Street has failed. Watch now and be an informed voter on Election Day, Monday, May 16th!

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Selectmen's Preview

Watch the HCAM News video as Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Operations Assistant Geri Holland provide a sneak preview of the Board of Selectmen's meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 10th. Come see you your local government in action!

495/MetroWest Development On Planning Board Agenda

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Invitation from Elaine Lazarus, Director Land Use, Planning and Permitting:

May 2011 Town Meeting Recap: Second Night

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Beginning with Article 34, Hopkinton’s annual Town Meeting entered its second night of voting. Article 34, Fire Department Tender Truck, was up for consideration after a reversal of a take no action recommendation from the previous night. After some debate and questions about cost and trade-in values of the old truck, the article passed with a 2/3 majority.

HCAM News Candidate Focus

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HCAM News is pleased to announce its first HCAM News Candidate Focus, a live debate for selectmen and school committee candidates. It will take place on Monday, May 9th , beginning at 7PM in the HCAM Studio. The moderator for the event is US Government & History Teacher Nancy Clark and the panel will include Michelle Murdock, HCAM News Director, Sarah Duckett, Editor & Publisher, The Hopkinton Independent and Deborah Gauthier, Editor, The Hopkinton Crier.


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