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Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-20-2016

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-On Wednesday (October 19th) Playoff bound Hillers Field Hockey recorded their 3rd tie of the year after a 1-1 result against Dover-Sherborn. The Hillers are fighting for seeding with a 9-3-3 record (21 points).

-Hillers Girls Soccer recorded a 4-0 road win against Bellingham. Hopkinton Girls are now 3-7-5 (11 points) on the season.

-Hillers Girls Volleyball is now 13-1 on the season as they swept their 8th straight match. The Girls took down Westwood at home.

Athletic Fields Sub-Committee Holds 1st Meeting

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Over the last two months, the Hopkinton Public School District has established an Athletic Fields Sub-Committee to facilitate the development of an athletic field master plan proposal and make recommendations to the School Committee for any new capital projects that would enhance the current outdoor athletic facilities. During the life of the project, the Sub-Committee plans to identify current outdoor athletic facility conditions and constraints for the Hopkinton Public Schools while also gathering input from stakeholder groups across the community regarding current and potential usage.

Alison O'Leary to Speak at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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Alison O'Leary is the co-author (with Michael Tougias) of "So Close to Home". On Wednesday, November 2 at 7:00 PM, come to the Hopkinton Center for the Arts to hear the true story of men and women pitted against the sea during WWII - an unforgettable portrait of the determination of the human spirit that will challenge your knowledge of the war. Ms. O'Leary will sign books after the presentation.

This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library.

HCA Gala Returns November 5

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Get your tickets soon for “Color and Light,” a fundraising gala at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts on Saturday, November 5.

New Elementary School Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Join us on Friday, October 28 at 10:00 AM for a celebration of community collaboration as we officially break ground on Hopkinton's newest school! The ceremony will take place at 129 Hayden Rowe Street. Click here for more information.

Video: Michael Lisnow Respite Center 19th Annual 5K and Family Fun Day

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The Michael Lisnow respite center is in their 19th year of operation hosted their 19th annual Michael's Run. The afternoon featured the 5k as well as many activities for all ages such as face painting, yard games and more. The annual Michael's run received big support from the community once again. View more in the video below.

Hillers Sports Update 10-18-2016

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-Hillers Boys Soccer fell on the road against Holliston 4-1. Holliston improves to 10-3-0 (20 points) while Hillers are now 5-8-1 (11 points)

-Hillers Girls tied Holliston at the Fruit St. Fields 0-0. Hillers girls are now 2-7-5 (9 points), Holliston is 5-3-5 (15 points).

-Hillers Field Hockey grabbed a 2-0 win over Hopedale. The playoff bound Hillers stand at 9-3-2 (20 Points).

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.

Video: Push-ups for Veteran Suicide Awareness at Hopkinton Police Station

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The 22Kill organization started in 2013 and works across the nation to raise awareness for Veterans facing mental health issues. This week at the Hopkinton Police Station, members of the Hopkinton Police and Fire Department did 22 pushups + 1 more to honor the estimated 22 veterans a year that commit suicide and 1 more for active duty military that take their lives. The organization hopes to reach 22 million push-ups nationwide.

Two Degrees of Expression Exhibit in Hopkinton

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For the second exhibition of its second season, the new Hopkinton Center for the Arts Gallery presents two established artists who have developed their work in the nearby Holliston Mill studios. "Two Degrees of Expression", featuring paintings by Arlene Chaplin and woodcuts by Laurie Leavitt, runs October 17 through November 25 at the HCA Gallery, 98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, MA. A reception for the artists and the public will be held at the gallery on Friday, October 21 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM.


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