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Graduation ceremony at Middlesex Sheriff’s Office features 18 inmates, reality TV show winner, former presidential appointee

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BILLERICA, Mass. – 18 inmates at the Middlesex Jail & House of Correction spent the past several months as participants in a number of educational and vocational programs offered by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office (MSO). On November 15, they celebrated their achievement in a graduation ceremony attended by their families, jail administrators, a reality TV show winner and a former presidential appointee.

Community Notice: Water will be shut off for some due to Water Main work Thursday (11/29) 8am

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Dear Resident,

We apologize for the inconvenience in scheduling the water shut down on your street. After several cancellations due to weather, it appears Thursday November 29th will cooperate for the water main work.

Hopkinton Town Hall and Library Shut Down Due to Electrical Failure

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The Hopkinton Town Hall and Public Library remain closed at this time due to an electrical problem that occurred earlier in the day. A short in the power service lines from the utility pole to the Town Hall resulted in a surge of power and eventual loss of power within the building. During this event a 1” heat pipe also burst as a result of the surge that traveled to a ground connecter attached to the pipe as part of the electrical grounding system. This leak was quickly addressed and at this time it does not appear to have caused any water damage.

Community Notice: Meetings Moved Due to Power Issue at Town Hall

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Due to a power issue at Hopkinton Town Hall, please note the following:
The Board of Assessor's Meeting scheduled for 5pm has had a location change to the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew St.
The Board of Selectmen Meeting scheduled for 6pm has had a location change to HCAM-TV Studios, 77 Main St.
The Conservation Committee Meeting scheduled for 7:30pm has been CANCELLED
Hopkinton Town Hall will be closed for the remainder of today, Tue 11/27
The Parks & Rec department is currently closed.

Hopkinton Police Respond to Motor Vehicle Crash

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On 11/23/2018 at approximately 4:30 pm the Hopkinton Police Communications Center received a 911 call from the resident of 9 West Main Street reporting that a vehicle had crashed into the front of her home. At the time of the crash her and her husband were both home, thankfully there were no injuries.

Zoning Advisory Committee Public Hearing on Monday

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The Zoning Advisory Committee will hold a public hearing on Monday,
November 26, 2018 at 7:00 PM in Room 215/216 of the Town Hall, at which
time it would like to hear ideas and proposals for changes to the Zoning Bylaw
and/or the Zoning Map. Zoning bylaws generally regulate the use of land,
buildings and structures. This is an opportunity to propose changes to the land
uses permitted in specific areas in Hopkinton, the manner in which certain uses are
permitted, dimensional requirements, or other ideas with respect to land use

Video: Hopkinton Veterans Day Ceremony 2018

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The American Legion Post 202 Hopkinton Veterans Day ceremony took place at the Hopkinton Senior Center on Sunday, November 11th 2018. Speakers included: Tess Papagni, Michael Whalen, Hannah Ianelli and Bruce Smith. View this years ceremony below.

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Community Notice: Fruit Street water shutdown will not take place tomorrow

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Please be advised that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Fruit Street water shutdown will not take place tomorrow. We will post a rescheduled date as soon as the contractor lets us know. Thank you.

A Proposed FCC Rule Change Could Devastate Local Access Funding

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A rule change proposal by the FCC could devastate HCAM and other Local Access funding across the country. We ask for your help in supporting HCAM and community media. Below, the MassAccess organization shares how you can help. We thank you for your support and look forward to continuing to do our best to service the Hopkinton community.

Roads Remained Closed Due to Crash

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On 11/8/2018 at approximately 4:30 p.m the Hopkinton Communications Center received multiple 911 calls of a truck overturned on Spring Street. Police and Fire resources were dispatched and found a propane fuel truck on its side in the area of 176 Spring Street.

Police, fire and corporate resources remain on scene. A few homes are still under evacuation as a precaution. Spring Street is closed from Upton to Snowy Owl. Pond Street is closed from Stewart to Lyford. It is expected that the roads will remain closed through midnight tonight.

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