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Community Notice: Mandatory Water Use Restriction in Effect

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We are mandated by the town’s water management permit issued by the State, to limit nonessential
outdoor use, to protect stream flow, aquatic life and ensure sustainable drinking water. The town is
required to implement a MANDATORY State of Water Supply Conservation from May 1st through September 30th
,each year, pursuant to the town’s water use restriction by-law.

HPD Chief, Joseph Bennett and Do it Yourself Home Projects.. On the Hangout Hour

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The Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Tuesday, May 5th at 2pm. In the episode we'll be joined by Hopkinton Police Chief, Joseph Bennett and Woodworker, Tim Tognacci will have some tips about projects you can do at home.

Send your pictures, comments or questions on our Facebook page , in the comments section of the YouTube live stream of the program or by emailing [email protected]!

Middlesex Sheriff's Office population has dropped 25% since March 12

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Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian announced the population currently under supervision has dropped to below 600 individuals – a nearly 25 percent drop since mid-March.

Video: Hopkinton Hangout Hour Episode #29 5-4-2020

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The 29th episode of Hopkinton Hangout Hour took place on Monday, May 4th at 2pm. In the episode we were be joined by local musician Gay Perkoski at 2pm and then at 2:30pm, Chef and Trainer, Sabine St. Pierre joined us to discuss Being Frugal and Saving Money.

For more about Gay Perkoski: https://gays-music.com/
For More about Sabine St. Pierre: http://sabinescuisine.net/

Armin Lewis Burdick, 27

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Armin Lewis Burdick, 27, of Millis, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2020 as a result of an automobile accident. Born in Boston, he was the son of Betsabeh Ghazian, George Burdick of Southborough, and father to Elora Burdick, age 2. Armin attended the Faith Community Church in Hopkinton with his dad. He was on his journey in Christ. A baptism for late spring, early summer was discussed.

William P. Hayward Sr. 78

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William P. Hayward Sr. 78, died April 27, 2020 at the Lahey Hospital and Medical Center after a brief illness. He was the husband of Marilyn (Dumas) Hayward. Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Francis "Doc" and Virginia (Fecteau) Hayward.

He was a 1959 graduate of Hopkinton High School. After completing high school, he proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corp. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for Rosenfeld Concrete and McIntyre Loam.

Eugene (Wen) Tanubrata, 93

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Eugene (Wen) Tanubrata (Tan Kai Jan, B: March 26, 1927) departed this world the morning of April 30th, 2020 in his 93rd year. Wen’s amazing life spanned many generations and continents. He was born in Cirebon, Indonesia, to Tan Gin Han and Nelly De Vos, the second youngest of 8 siblings and two half siblings. He married the love of his life, Weilien Huang (Oey Hwei Lian), on September 7th, 1948. With their family, he immigrated from Indonesia to Yunnan, China; then to Hong Kong; and finally to the United States as his children attended college.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions May 1, 2020 update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here: https://coronavirus-hopkintonma.hub.arcgis.com/

Musician, Gay Perkoski & Saving Money.. On the Hangout Hour

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The Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Monday, May 4th at 2pm. In the episode we'll be joined by local musician Gay Perkoski at 2pm and then at 2:30pm, Chef and Trainer, Sabine St. Pierre joins us to discuss Being Frugal and Saving Money.

Hopkinton & Beyond - Words of Hope that Connect Us in Challenging Times

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Hello Friends,

I hope this email finds you and your loved ones safe and well.

These past two months have been quite a challenging time for our community, our country, and our world.

We believe that our words of poetry and story, when shared, can serve to uplift, inspire and empower us.

Therefore, my visionary poet friend Cynthia Franca and I would like to invite community to submit poems and stories

for a new project to promote community resilience and uplift.

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