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Watch Now: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 6-22-2021

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Hillers Softball and Baseball battle in the playoffs this past week. On Friday, June 18th, Softball took on Franklin and on Monday, June 21st Baseball battled North Quincy while Softball took on Silver Lake. View Highlights and postgame reaction from Coaches and Players!

Project Just Because Bertucci's Fundraiser

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Valid all Bertucci's locations on Thursday, June 24th from 11am until 9pm, Bertucci's will donate 15% of the proceeds from your order to Project Just Because!

Hopkinton Freedom Team and Town Officials Celebrate Juneteenth

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After a small ceremony, the Hopkinton Freedom team along with Town Officials hung a Juneteenth flag outside of Town Hall to recognize the newly Federalized holiday, "Juneteenth". Speakers included, Christina Hannigan from the Hopkinton Freedom Team and Select Board Member, Muriel Kramer. View scenes from the event below.

Hillers Spring Sports Recap.. On June 23rd HCAM Sports Talk!

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Our 37th edition of HCAM Sports Talk Live takes place at 3pm Wednesday, June 23rd. During this episode, we'll recap the Hopkinton Hillers Spring Sports season and show some of the best highlights.

Send us photos, comments or questions on our YouTube live stream of the program or by emailing [email protected].

Tune in to HCAM Sports Talk Live every Wednesday at 3pm on HCAM-TV (Comcast: Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or at our YouTube page.

Hopkinton Public Library Welcomes SpeakOUT Boston for a Pride Month Event

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7:00 PM to 8:30 PM on Zoom
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The panel of community members will share personal stories and talk about how they’ve grown to understand, accept, and take pride in their sexual and/or gender identities. After the presentation, they encourage questions from the audience.

Beth Lavoie, 70

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Beth Lavoie passed away peacefully on June 19, 2021, lovingly surrounded by her family at her home of 41 years in Hopkinton, MA. Born on March 2, 1951 in Syracuse, New York, Beth was the first of five children of the late Dolores (Reynolds) and Edward Burke. She and her late husband, Leo Lavoie, were married for 36 years.

James Patrick Fitzgerald Sr., 86

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James Patrick Fitzgerald Sr., 86, of Humarock and formerly of South Weymouth, MA, passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late Mary Kate (Sullivan) and Patrick T. Fitzgerald. He was married to the late Ellen (Kilroy) Fitzgerald.

HHS Girls Hoops Wins Community Service Challenge

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The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is excited to announced the Hopkinton High School girls’ basketball team as the winner of the 2020-21 MIAA Community Service Challenge! Members of the MIAA Student Advisory Committee reviewed the 68 incredible submissions before selecting the winner.

The Hopkinton High School girls’ basketball team executed a plan to serve dinner at a homeless shelter, Hotel Grace, in Worcester, Massachusetts. Eleven student-athletes met up to prepare the meal, drove the food to Worcester and helped serve it to those in need.

Construction Advisory June 17, 2021

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MassDOT Project Number: 606043
Construction Advisory No. 9 June 17, 2021
Two Week Look Ahead
Please be advised that this schedule may change due to weather conditions and existing conditions
found while performing the tasks below. This work may impact traffic and require lane and sidewalk
closures limiting access to driveways and entrances to businesses.

Sandra Lea Dow, 76

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Sandra Lea Dow, 76, passed away Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at Milford Regional Medical Center after a courageous battle with cancer. She was the wife of Charles Dow, to whom she was married for 52 years. Born in Amsterdam, NY she was the daughter of the late John and Sadie (Wojnar) Guzielek.

Sandra attended Syracuse University and received her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts Education from Assumption College . She met her husband in Boston, then settled down in Hopkinton where they raised two children.


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