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Dr. Cathy MacLeod and Police Chief Edward Lee answered questions regarding Bus Driver accused of OUI

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59 Year Old, Robert Murphy of Ashland, Massachusetts was arrested Saturday Night (October 18th, 2014) and accused of drinking and driving a school bus with 25 members of the Hopkinton High School cross country team on board while on the way back from the Barnstable Fairgrounds in Falmouth, MA. Murphy had been accused of DUI twice prior to the incident, the state CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) check conducted did not include Murphy's prior offenses since they took place prior to the five year period the CORI check was conducted.

A letter to parents regarding Bus Driver OUI Incident

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October 20, 2014

Dear Hopkinton parents,

Second ESBC Meeting on October 27

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HCAM is hosting the October meeting of the Elementary School Building Committee at 6:30 PM. The meeting is open to the public, and is airing live on HCAM-TV and hcam.tv/live. Those interested can come to the studio at 77 Main Street. The ESBC anticipates to address the designer selection process, discuss enrollment projections and plan for upcoming public forums.

Hopkinton Police Arrest School Bus Driver

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On Saturday, October 18th, at approximately 10:30 pm a coach on a school bus reported concerns that the bus driver may be intoxicated. Twenty­five Hopkinton High School cross country members were on the bus returning from a meet. Officer Aaron O’Neil was dispatched to the area and located the bus as it was turning into the Hopkinton High School parking lot.

Hopkinton Drama Students Plan Halloween Fun Fest

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Hopkinton High School’s drama students are planning a special Halloween event for the youngest members of the community.

The “Halloween Fun Fest” will take place on Saturday, October 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hopkinton High School atrium and auditorium. The fun will feature games, activities, treats and entertainment by students dressed in non-scary costumes.

Children 8 and under are invited to dress up and join the fun.

Rain Can't Dampen Hillers

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The Varsity Golf Team played under wet and chilly conditions at Hopkinton Country Club and defeated Medfield by a score of 233 - 269. The Hillers record is now 10 - 0 and they lead the TVL by two matches over 2nd place Dover/Sherborn and Medway. "The Hillers are really starting to play well with all 8 players in the lineup contributing to some great team scores these past two matches" said Coach Bliss.

Hopkinton Schools ranked 5th Best Value in State

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NerdWallet.com ranked Hopkinton 5th best in their "Best School Districts for Your Buck in Massachusetts" rankings.

NerdWallet used 3 different statistics to rank schools for best value;

Hiller Volleyball “DIG PINK” Match Wednesday

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The Hopkinton Hiller Volleyball teams will host a DIG PINK match at the

Hopkinton High School Athletic Center on Wednesday, October 1st, to

raise awareness of the importance of early detection in the fight against

breast cancer.

The Hillers will be facing the Algonquin Tomahawks on this special

night. The fun begins at 5:30 with the JV match at the High School

Athletic Center and the Freshman match at the Hopkinton Middle

School Brown Gym.

The Varsity match will start at approximately 6:30pm at the Athletic

Center.

Hiller Golf 9-0

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The Hiller Varsity Golf Team played extremely well in the cold and rainy conditions at Hopkinton Country Club today. The Hillers defeated Bellingham by a very convincing score of 232 to the Blackhawks 326. The Hillers record is now 9 - 0 ( first place in the TVL ) and their next match is at home again tomorrow vs. Medfield at Hopkinton C.C. All eight players in the match played very well. Leading the way for the Hillers was Sr. Capt.

HCAM Studios Will Host ESBC Meeting September 30th

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On Tuesday, September 30th, at 7pm, HCAM studios will host the September meeting of the Elementary School Building Committee. The meeting is open to the public, and will also air live on HCAM-TV.

At this meeting, the ESBC anticipates to address the designer selection process, plan for upcoming public forums, and receive updates on potential sites. As always, the Elementary School Building Committee invites community feedback; those interested are invited to provide input, share observations, and ask questions relating to the project.

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