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Congressional Candidate Conversations: an HCAM News Special

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Watch our HCAM News Special as we talk to the candidates for the 3rd Congressional District at www.hcam.tv/videos/3rd-congressional-district-conversations.

As the date for the Massachusetts State Election draws near, voters in the 3rd Congressional District will have the opportunity to vote for one of three candidates; Democratic incumbent Jim McGovern, Independent candidate Patrick Barron or Republican candidate Marty Lamb.

Fruit Street Athletic Fields Open House

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The Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department and Hopkinton Youth Soccer would like you to know that they will be holding an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, October 11th, 2010 at the new Fruit Steer Athletic Fields. The event’s location is 66 Fruit Street, Hopkinton, MA.

The Open House runs from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be at 12 Noon.

The will be refreshments along with a 3 on 3 soccer tournament starting at 1:00 PM.

Planning Board Approves Golden Pond Expansion with Conditions

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The Planning Board met last night for the second consecutive Monday in an effort to try and resolve the major project site plan review at the Golden Pond Resident Care Center on West Main street. After ninety minutes of deliberations the planning board voted to approve Golden Pond’s proposal to construct a new 25,000 square foot building with conditions that the applicant place sidewalk connectivity extending west on West Main street and construct two left turn lanes.

Chiropractic Sports Medicine

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Dr. Jason Mavor was the featured health care professional at the latest Hopkinton Drug Lecture series held last week at Golden Pond. This was the seventh lecture in the year long lecture series. Dr. Mavor spoke about Chiropractic Sports Medicine and the benefits of chiropractics in the treatment and prevention of sports injuries.

Dr. Mavor briefly discussed his background and mentioned that he got into the field very late. He had worked with all types of patients but decided to focus on athletes.

New Open Meeting Law Regulations Effective Today

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BOSTON – Today, Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Office announced that the Division of Open Government has finalized regulations implementing the revised Open Meeting Law (OML). The regulations become effective today.

Missing Person Found

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The Hopkinton Police Department announces that Stephanie McBride, missing since September 13, was safely located today. Special thanks to Officer Craig Stanley of the Milford Police Department for his assistance.

Big Belly Solar Powered Compactors Installed

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Three solar powered compactors, used to collect trash and recyclables, have been installed by the Hopkinton Department of Public Works (DPW). One is located at the high school playing fields, another at the recently completed Fruit Street Athletic area and a third at EMC Park.

Funded in full by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, Green Communities Division, the Big Belly solar compactors will hold almost 5 times what a normal 25 gallon can trashcan can hold, and will allow the Town to more efficiently process refuse and recyclable material.

Traffic Alert from Ashland DPW

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Starting on Monday, October 4th, Road Construction will start on Cross Street and High Street in Ashland. The purpose of the Road Construction is in order to install a water main and a gas main in a portion of Cross Street from Deer Ridge Road to the intersection of High and Cross. Also, a gas main will be installed in a portion of High Street from Braeburn to the intersection of Cross and High.

The Road Work should be complete by November 1.

There will be temporary detours set up during the day. It is best for people to seek an alternate route during construction.

Physician Focus TV looks at Common Skin Disorders

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The October edition of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s Physician Focus television program on healthcare presents a discussion of common skin conditions such as melanoma, psoriasis, eczema, and acne – conditions so prevalent that their incidence exceeds those of obesity, hypertension, and cancer. One in three people in the U.S. suffer from some kind of skin disease that results in disfigurement, pain, disability, and even death.

One of America's Leading Speakers on Peer Pressure and Traffic Safety Coming to Hopkinton High School

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On Tuesday, October 5th one of America’s leading female speakers on peer pressure and traffic safety, Cara Filler, will be speaking to the student body at Hopkinton High School. Drawing from an immense personal tragedy in her own life, the loss of her identical twin sister in a motor vehicle collision the day after their 18th birthday, Cara’s inspiring presentation focuses on dealing with peer-pressure, avoiding negative risks such as drugs and alcohol, and safe driving.

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