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Arlene Frances (Dunne), 74

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Arlene Frances (Dunne) passed away peacefully at home with her loving husband, Jim and daughter, Elizabeth by her side on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019, after a brave and long struggle with cancer. Arlene was born February 9, 1945 to Edmund and Margaret Dunne.

Hopkinton Trails Club December Events

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Just a couple of events this month:

Saturday, December 7, 10AM-3PM: Holiday Stroll, sponsored by the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce. December is busy, so we're skipping a walk and encouraging folks to stroll instead. Be sure to stop by the Masonic Lodge and visit the community groups, including HALT, who will be sharing info about their activities.

Judith Ann Meyers, 78

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Judith Ann Meyers, 78, died Monday, November 25, 2019 at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Westborough, MA. Born in Almont, MI she was the daughter of the late Herbert and Kathryn (Neumann) Duggan.

Judi worked for 42 years at Marlette Community Hospital in Marlette, MI.

She is survived by her son Brad Meyers and wife Kathy of Strongsville, Ohio and her daughter Michele Crowe and husband David of Hopkinton, MA. She leaves her grandchildren Faith Meyers, Derek Crowe, Keegan Crowe and Hope Meyers. She also leaves her sisters Jan Barden and Pat Bitel, both of Michigan.

Baypath Humane Society: Meet Odin!

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Odin - 1 year, 3 months old male husky mix

Editorial: Main Street Corridor Project Bike Lanes

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I note the following comment regarding the so-called ‘Main Street Corridor Project’ on the proponents’ webpage. “The project includes a bicycle lane in order to separate bicycle traffic from vehicle traffic flow, improving safety. Today, bicycles share narrow road space with moving and parked vehicles.”

As I have said, multiple times, I believe (and I am not alone) that the separated bike lane, as proposed, will NOT improve safety, so I make no further comment with respect to this portion of the claim.

Hopkinton Little League Registration Now Open

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The Hopkinton Little League Registration for 2020 Baseball and Softball is now open! Head over to www.hopkintonlittleleague.org and click register now.

Any questions can be sent to [email protected].

Mary Catherine Pratt, 91

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Mary Catherine Pratt, 91, of Hopkinton, passed away Monday, December 2, 2019. Born in Natick, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Devitt) O’Brien. She was the wife of the late Joseph William Pratt.

Hopkinton Gives is LIVE

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Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday...it came up fast this year!

What's it about? It's a global generosity movement that unleashes power to transform communities and the world.

Giving Tuesday is held annually the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, which this year means 12-3-19. The global celebration runs for 24 hours and begins at midnight local time.

HCAM Downtown Corridor Project Forum Rescheduled to Wednesday 12/4 at 7pm

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Due to Weather, we have cancelled tonight's Downtown Corridor Project forum and are tentatively planning on hosting the program on Wednesday, December 4th at 7pm. Confirmation to follow.

HCAM will host a Downtown Corridor Project forum at the HCAM studios (77 Main Street). The program will air live on HCAM-TV and concentrate on discussion about the proposed project in preparation for the upcoming Special Town Meeting on December 9th.

Video: Hopkinton High School Top of the Hill Program Inducts 5 HHS Alumni in 2019

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Last night, the Hopkinton High School Top of the Hill program inducted five Hopkinton High School alumni. The Top of the Hill program "honors alumni for their exceptional achievements and contributions to society." The alumni started off their day by going to various class rooms and speaking with students and then received their Top of the Hill award at the evening ceremony. View pictures at our Scene in Hopkinton.

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