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Margaret Mary Parduhn, 49

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Margaret Mary Parduhn, 49, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, October 18, 2018 after a 2 year battle with ovarian cancer. Born in Detroit, Michigan, she was the daughter of Mary Katherine (Stasser) Smith of Brighton, MI and the late, Gerald Lawrence Smith. She was the wife of 20 years to Michael John Parduhn of Hopkinton.

Video: Board of Selectmen Confirm Two Town Manager Appointments

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At this weeks Board of Selectmen meeting, the Selectmen unanimously confirmed two Town Manager employee appointments. David Nalchajian will serve as the towns new "Senior Accounting Manager/Town Accountant". Benjamin Sweeney will serve as the towns new "Procurement and Grants Manager".

Video: Hopkinton Historic District Hosts Public Forum Regarding Expansion

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The Hopkinton Historic District Commission has hosted 2 public forums regarding expansion of the towns Historic District. The first public forum took place at the Hopkinton Public Library and the 2nd at Town Hall. If you would like to give feedback regarding the Town's Historic District, the next public forum will take place on Thursday November 1st at 7pm in the HCAM studios.

View scenes from the public forum below!

Arts Center Gala returns November 3

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Mark your calendars for a night of great food, cocktails, music and dancing -- all close to home -- when the Hopkinton Center for the Arts hosts its annual gala on Saturday, November 3, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the center at 98 Hayden Rowe Street.

Join Baypath Humane Society and Life is Dog, Inc. to Learn Easy Tips for Training your Dog

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Are your dog walks hard work? Tired of your dog pulling, jumping, or not coming when called? Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton is pleased to offer a free talk, led by Nance Moran, creator and co-owner of Life is Dog, Inc. to help you overcome common dog training challenges. This free talk entitled “Top Five Dog Training Pet Peeves” will include helpful tips and techniques for teaching your dog desirable behaviors.

Library to Celebrate One Year Anniversary in New Building

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October 17, 2018, Hopkinton, Mass. –On the weekend of October 26-27, Hopkinton Public Library will host a series of events to celebrate the one year anniversary of its re-opening after a $11.7 million expansion, restoration and renovation. The events are jointly coordinated by Hopkinton Library, Hopkinton Library Board of Trustees, Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library, and Hopkinton Public Library Foundation.

Cynthia Ann Martel, 57

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Cynthia Ann Martel, 57, of Hopkinton, passed away unexpectedly at her home on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. She is survived by her beloved children Jessica S. Martel and Joshua M. Martel, as well as her husband Christopher B. Martel. Cindy also leaves behind two sisters, Debora LaPlante of Medfield, and Lisa Friedman and her husband, Jeffrey of Cambria, CA; her nieces and nephews: Lauren and husband Lynds, Christopher, Morgan, Sage, Sequoia, Uriah, Sawyer, Logan, Ashley, and Sierra. Cindy cloaked them all in a blanket of love.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 10-18-2018

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-On Tuesday (10/16) Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey played the very 1st game on the new turf fields versus Westwood. Prior to the game, the Hillers celebrated Senior Night. This years seniors include: #5 Caroline Wauters, #10 Tess Papagni, #20 Kate Wilson and #21 Natalia Gomez Donate.

The game was a great battle between 2 very good TVL teams. Alyssa McIntyre scored the only Hillers goal late in the 2nd half and the game ended in a 1-1 draw. The playoff-bound Hillers improved to 8 Wins, 5 Losses and 2 Ties. Hopkinton clinched a playoff spot and has 18 points on the season.

Video: Hopkinton Fire Department Open House 2018

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This past Sunday, the Hopkinton Fire Department hosted their annual open house. The event is hosted as part of National Fire Prevention Month and helps teach about the everyday duties of the Fire Department. The afternoon featured numerous learning activities for the kids, rides in the fire truck and much more. View scenes from the fun filled afternoon below!

Middlesex Sheriff’s Office MATADOR Program Recognized as National Best Practice

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BILLERICA, Mass. - In a joint publication released on Monday by the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC), the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Medication Assisted Treatment and Directed Opioid Recovery (MATADOR) Program was highlighted as one of only five national best practices for providing medication assisted treatment (MAT) in jails.

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