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Jorge C. Corcuera, 50

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Jorge C. Corcuera, 50, passed away following a lengthy illness on November 5, 2021 at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

Born in Lima, Peru, he was the son of Jorge C. Corcuera Villalon and Ines Toscano and moved to the U.S. in 1987.

He married the love of his life Rashmi M. Sahukar, in 2011, and settled in Hopkinton in 2016.

Jorge worked for Dell/EMC for over 24 years, working his way up to Software Quality Principal Engineer.

Roadwork Notice: Fruit Street Bridge Closed 11/5 9pm until 11/6 5am

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Please note that the Fruit Street bridge over the railroad tracks, near the Southborough town line, will be closed on Friday night, November 12, 2021 from 9:00 p.m. until Saturday morning, November 13, 2021 at 5:00 a.m. This bridge closure is necessary for MassDOT’s contractor to make necessary repairs associated with the overall bridge replacement.

Please seek alternate routes.

Beer to Honor Worcerster PD Officer Manuel Familia

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Beer to Honor Worcerster PD Officer Manuel Familia

Worcester, MA:  On November 4 th family, friends and fellow officers of Manuel "Manny" Familia will gather at Wormtown Brewery, on 72 Shrewsbury St, Worcester, MA to honor Manny who was truly one of Worcester’s finest.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update: October 25th-29th 2021

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Hopkinton Hillers wrapped up the 2021-22 Fall Regular season, Girls Soccer was in action against Ashland, Girls Volleyball versus Lincoln-Sudbury and Westwood and Boys Soccer vs Westwood. View highlights below!

Hopkinton Hillers Playoff Broadcast Schedule, November 4th&5th 2021

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Check out the updated Hopkinton Hillers broadcast schedule below. (Schedule is subject to change at anytime.) Check this page for any changes!

All games will air live on our HCAM-TV (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or HCAM-ED Channel (Comcast Channel 96, Verizon Channel 31) and our Youtube Page.

Thu, Nov 4th
#14 Varsity Boys Soccer VS #19 Nashoba 3pm STREAM HERE

Senate Ways and Means Releases American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Spending Bill

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(BOSTON–11/03/2021) Today, the Senate Committee on Ways and Means announced a $3.66 billion American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) spending bill to address COVID-19 recovery needs and build an equitable future for the Commonwealth. The Senate Ways and Means ARPA bill reflects the shared priorities of the Senate and recommends several thoughtfully targeted investments in health care, housing, environment, economic recovery and workforce development, while addressing economic and racial inequality and helping the communities disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elementary School Building Committee Continues Progress Towards Elmwood Solution

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The Elementary School Building Committee (ESBC) met on Wednesday October 27 to receive updates on progress in the partnership between the Hopkinton School District (the District) and the Massachusetts School Building (MSBA) as they seek a solution to the current constraints of the Elmwood School building.

Troop 11 Pie Fundraiser

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Thanksgiving is almost here, and Scouts BSA Troop 11 has partnered with a phenomenal local bakery to create a delicious and timely pie fundraiser!! Troop 11 is one of the first all-girl Scouts BSA troops in the nation, and since February of 2019 has been engaging girls from Hopkinton and surrounding towns in programs that offer life, leadership, and outdoor skills – including survival and camping skills.

Winter Parking Ban Begins November 15

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The DPW wishes to remind all Hopkinton residents of By-Laws pertaining to the parking of motor vehicles during the winter months.

Traffic Rules and Orders, Town of Hopkinton, Article lV, Section 8 “It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, other than for an emergency, to park said vehicle on any street between the hours of 1:00am to 6:00am from November 15 through April 1.

Harold Ray Stevens, 85

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Harold Ray Stevens, 85 formerly a resident of Westminster, MD died on October 30, 2021 at his residence in Hopkinton with family by his side. Professor Emeritus of English at McDaniel College, he was born 20 May 1936, in Macon, GA, the son of Sudie MacManus and Manuel Eugene Stevens, later of Elkton, MD. He received his bachelor's degree at Western Maryland College, Ph. D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and taught at Butler University and Western Maryland (now McDaniel) College. He was predeceased by Ruth Ann (Wilson ’59) Stevens, his wife of 52 years.


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