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Meet Stephanie Kane, HCAM's News Producer

HCAM News is pleased to welcome Stephanie Kane who will be starting as our News Producer on December 21, 2010. Stephanie is a recent graduate of Hofstra University with a BA in TV/Video Production. She has also completed internships with ABC NewsOne in New York and Fox 25 in Boston.

Watch the video below as Stephanie talks about her passion for TV production, her experience to date, and her how she hopes to contribute to HCAM News.

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BOS Meeting Preview

Here's a sneak preview of the upcoming Board of Selectmen's meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 14 at 6:30 at Town Hall.

Center School Evacuated

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The odor of gas outside the front door of Center School caused the evacuation of students to the field behind the school on Friday, December 10. The Hopkinton Fire Department responded and after approximately ten minutes, students and faculty were allowed back into the gym to await further instruction.

According to Fire Chief Ken Clark, the source of the gas odor was residual from gas being released somewhere else in the area, but did not originate from Center School. As of today, the source of the gas odor has yet to be determined.


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Annual Street Listing forms and Mail-In Dog License Renewals will be sent out during the first week of January. Please complete and return to the Town Clerk’s Office.

Reminder for Hopkinton Dog Owners

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Any dog six months or older owned or kept by Hopkinton residents must be licenses by April 1st each year. Licenses may be obtained in person, by returning the mail-in form included wih the Annual Street Listing or by using the on-line payment system at
To apply by mail, include the form, the fee and a copy of an up-to-date rabies certificate.

For questions or more information, please contact the Town Clerk's Office at 508-497-9710.

Town Clerk Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

MIddle School Holiday Toy Drive

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Donations are needed for the Middle School Holiday Toy Drive. Sponsored by several groups, including Best Buddies, Communiteen and the Student Council, the drive is focused on gifts for children aged 10-16 years old. Those wishing to contribute can drop off new, unwrapped toys at the Main Office in the Middle School now through Friday, December 17th. All donations will support the local Hopkinton community through Project Just Because.

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Shop Extended Hours at High School Booster Store

The Boosters store at Hopkinton High School offers a range of Hillers apparel and gear, from umbrellas to t-shirts to sweatshirts and more! And with the holiday season upon us, the selection is better than ever with something for every student or Hillers fan on your list.

Holiday Hours: Recycling Center and White Metal

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Due to Christmas falling on Saturday December 25 and New Years Day falling on Saturday January 1st the Recycling Center will closed those days but will be open on Sunday December 26th and Sunday January 2nd regular hours.

White Metal Day for the month of December will be held on Saturday December 18th, 2010 from 7am-2pm at the DPW garage located at 83 Wood St instead of Saturday December 25, 2010 due to Christmas falling on that Day.

Normal White Metal Day schedule is the last Saturday of every month 7am-2pm.

Happy Holidays,

Mike Mansir
Highway Manager

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Hopkinton Center for the Arts Gets Funding Support

The Hopkinton Community Endowment (HCE), an organization founded to improve the quality of life in Hopkinton through funding projects, has announced its support for the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. According to their recent press release, the Endowment is initiating a capital campaign to develop the facility which will be located at the current site of the Cultural Arts Alliance and Enter Stage Left (ESL) Theater.

Have you Made Plans for MLK Day?

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MLK Mural

Would you like to make sandwiches for the homeless, bake cookies for the hungry, or make blanets for those in need? Or do you have another idea about how you can participate in Hopkinton's 4th Annual MLK Day of Giving Back? Now is the time to start thinking and planning about how you can make a difference.


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