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Scenes from the October Storm

Hopkinton was still recovering from the effects of the weekend snow storm and students enjoyed their first snow day of the season. We'd like to thank HCAM Photographer Dick Bartlett for his photos of the storm, and we'd also like to thank our viewers who sent in their pictures of the October snow. Congratulations to Mary-Anne Guild, Punky Drawe, Karen Webb, Dave Cote and Maureen Bumiller, who are now the proud owners of an HCAM coffee mug.

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Have Your Donations Ready - Scouting for Food this Saturday!

On October 29th, the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and Cub Scouts of Hopkinton dropped off bags for their annual Scouting for Food drive, and on Saturday, November 5, they will be back to pick up what you have donated. This town-wide event is one of the largest coordinated scouting efforts in the area. It's also one of the easiest ways to donate food to the Hopkinton Food Pantry.

Listen to Karen Bograd and Laura Hanson as they provide all the details about how you can contribute!

Send Us Your Storm Photos!

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HCAM Photographer Dick Bartlett has sent us some photos of the recent snow storm and tells us that there are trees and branches down all over town.

"Not so much big trees,but good sized branches are all over the place," said Bartlett.

How did your yard survive? Did you lose any trees? Send your photos of the October snowstorm in Hopkinton to [email protected]. First three senders will receive a HCAM-TV/HCAM News coffee mug.

Barbara Ann Murphy, 82

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Barbara Ann Murphy, 82 of Quincy, MA and Naples, FL and formerly of Hopkinton and Avon, MA passed away Tuesday, October 25, 2011 in Florida.
Born in Quincy, she was the daughter of the late William John Hennessey and Annie M. (Corcoran) Hennessey and the former wife of James M. Murphy.

She was the mother of Attorney Patrick F. Murphy of Avon, MA., Thomas E. Murphy of Naples, FL, John F. Murphy of Orlando, FL, and Mary C. (Dee Dee) Murphy of Naples, FL. She is predeceased by 2 children, the late Anne Marie Murphy of Portland, Maine, and the late Daniel John Murphy of

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Hillers Take Second Place in TVL Cheerleading Competition

The Hopkinton High School Cheerleading squad came in second at the Tri-Vally League Cheerleading championship held last night at the High School Athletic Center. The Hillers, along with Medway and Holliston, are now qualified to compete in the State finals. Watch the video below to see the full competition. Congratulations Hillers!

To see a few highlights, click here.

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Preview of Selectmen's Agenda

Here's a sneak preview of the upcoming Board of Selectmen's meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 1 at 6:30pm at Town Hall.

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Pep Rally 2011 Now Available!

Just what you have all been waiting for; the Hopkinton High School Pep Rally 2011, an exclusive video from HCAM-TV. The full program will also air tonight at 7:30PM on Comcast 8 and Verizon 30. Enjoy!

Senate Passes Local Bill for Hopkinton

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In today's formal session, the Senate passed a number of bills centered on local matters, three of which are for towns represented by Senator Karen Spilka.

The first will give the town of Natick greater flexibility when hiring a Fire Chief by exempting this position from civil service law. This will allow the Town to provide its own hiring process for these positions tailored to the specific needs of the town.

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Senator Spilka Hosts Senior Health Fair

On Saturday October 22nd, Senator Karen Spilka hosted a health fair geared toward area senior citizens at Keefe Tech in Framingham. Before seniors went inside, they were encouraged to get free health screenings in the eye-mobile sponsored by the Greater Ashland Lions. Inside the trailer, seniors had the opportunity to get eye exams including a retinal exam, a hearing exam, and get their blood pressure taken.

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Main Street Corridor Proposed at Zoning Advisory Public Forum

Every year the Zoning Advisory Committee, better known as ZAC, holds a public hearing to solicit input from town booards and the general public with respect to zoning changes. This year, the Chamber of Commerce presented three initiatives and amendments to ZAC at its October 18 meeting, all of which are designed to support increased economic development.

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