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A Veteran's Day Message from Senator Kerry

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For all Americans, this is a day of special pride and remembering. For those of us who served, it is that and much more. Today we celebrate the nobility of young Americans willing to go thousands of miles from home to fight for the notion that in the final measurement someone else's freedom was connected to our own – whether recently in Iraq and Afghanistan, or on now distant battlefields in Vietnam, Korea, Europe and the Pacific, and elsewhere around the globe.

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Don't Miss the Senior Center Christmas Sale

Watch the HCAM News video for all the details about the upcoming Christmas Sale at the Hopkinton Senior Center next weekend.

OSHA Gives Approval to Continue Work as Scheduled

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Email update from Elissa Russo of Russo Brothers regarding the injured workman at the Legacy Farms construction site on Clinton Street.

"The isolated incident that occurred today on our job site located in Hopkinton on Clinton St was not a Russo Bros employee," said Russo. "The worker that was involved is employed by our sub contractor. The gentleman is at Umass Medical being checked out for minor injuries just for precaution. OSHA was on site today and gave the go ahead to proceed with work as scheduled for today."

Middle School Wrestling Announcement

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Any 7th or 8th grader interested in participating on the Middle School Wrestling team should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, November 16, at 7:00am or as you arrive off your bus. The meeting will take place in the Lecture Hall. If you have any questions before or after the meeting see Mr. Verra. He will get you in contact with Coach Mills.

Uncovering Adolescent Behaviors

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On Wednesday, November 30th at 7pm, Hopkinton High School will host a special presentation to release the data received from our 2010-2011 Metro-West Adolescent Health Survey. This survey was administered to both middle and high school students last fall and we have recently received and analyzed the results. Topics such as substance abuse, mental health, physical activity, nutrition, bullying, cyber-bullying and sexual behavior are all addressed in the survey.

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Hopkinton Resident Benefits from Home Dialysis

Imagine hearing the news that your kidneys are failing. In order to stay alive, you will now have to spend at least three days a week at a kidney dialysis center on a regular basis. Suddenly, all of your plans, and the way that you live you life, have changed.

That's exactly what happened to Hopkinton resident Frank Plankey, but with the help of an innovative new approach to kidney dialysis by Fresenius Medical Care, Frank is now able to recapture some of his independence and has more time to do the things that he enjoys.

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All About Hopkinton: Xiaona Wang

Sitting in for Station Manager Jim Cozzens, Hopkinton High School freshman Amanda Madany interviews Chinese Language Teacher, Xiaona Wang, during an episode of All About Hopkinton.

Clinton Street Closed for Legacy Farms Construction

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Russo Bros Inc. would like to inform everyone in the Town of Hopkinton of the road closing at Clinton Street from Rt. 135 to Front Street.
This section of Clinton Street will be closed from November 10, 2011 to November 18, 2011. Fire and Medical will always have access in case of any emergencies.

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International Students Officially Welcomed to Hopkinton High School

High School students, faculty, parents and host families welcomed students from China, Italy and Germany to Hopkinton on October 27 during the HHS International Night held at the Middle School. HCAM News was there and brings you highlights of the night's events.

Feedback Sought on Vision for Downtown Improvements

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Preliminary plans for improvements to the downtown area were presented to residents in two recent public forums held by the Downtown Initiative Steering Committee (DISC) on Thursday, November 3 and Saturday, November 5. In both cases, the vision for Hopkinton’s downtown area was outlined by the town consultant, The Beta Group, in addition to a discussion of possible alternatives, underground utilities and drainage. The goal of the meeting was to hear back from the audience.

DISC Chairman Tom Nealon wanted residents to be aware of two important points.

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