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Permanent Building Committee Recommends New Libray Behind Center School

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After a presentation to the Board of Selectmen last Thursday night, September 23, the Permanent Building Committee (PBC) voted to recommmend the stand-alone site behind Center School as the preferred location for a new library. According to Chairman John Ferrari, the committee recommended that the Letter of Intent for the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MLBC) include the option for new construction behind the Center School for a total estimated project cost of $9,050,000 and a building size of 23,563 square feet.

Volleyball, Golf and Soccer

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In Volleyball, the Hopkinton Varsity beat Millis today 3-0 with game scores of 26-24, 25-19, 25-17. The Hiller’s record stands at 4-1.

Senior outside hitter Emma Sweetapple led the attack with 11 kills, 2 aces and 10 service points. She also had 12 defensive digs.
Junior setter Katy Cook had 25 assists and 1 kill. Katy excelled serving with 5 aces and 15 service points.
Sophomore libero Kristen Cooprider played well defensively with near perfect serve receive and 8 digs.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back

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Boston— Representative Carolyn Dykema is pleased to announce that on Saturday September 25th from 10 am until 2pm the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is hosting its first ever national prescription drug take-back to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets. The collaboration with state and local law enforcement agencies in Massachusetts has established more than 100 collection locations across the Commonwealth including the Holliston, Hopkinton and Westborough Police Stations within the 8th Middlesex District.

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HCAM-TV to Produce Content on Educational Channel

Beginning this month, HCAM-TV viewers will have another channel to watch; HCAM-ED which airs on Comcast Channel 10 and Verizon Channel 31 and focuses solely on Hopkinton’s public schools.

Station Manager Jim Cozzens is pleased to announce the first new series created specifically for the channel, “The Principal’s Office” which is a monthly half hour TV show with High School Principal Alyson Geary.

All Things Senior Center - Let's go to the HOP!

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Let’s go to the HOP! That’s what everyone was talking about last week at the Senior Center--the first annual Sock Hop that was held on Friday night at the center. I say “first annual” because it was such a big hit that there will definitely be one next year! The festivities started out with a musical group called “The Reminisants,” and six women willing to volunteer their time to form a Sock Hop Committee (Ronnie Bilodeau, Donna McGuire, Charlotte Marquedant, Tracy Relle, Gail Tonelli and me, Punky Drawe).

Update from Hopkinton's Green Committee

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The Sustainable Green Committee held its monthly meeting last night, September 21, at the Town Hall. This multifunctional group of 15 broke into a number of different subcommittees shortly after a general discussion of the effectiveness of their information booth at the recent Polyarts Festival.

Roadwork Completed On Budget and Ahead of Schedule

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The Department of Public Works (DPW) is pleased to announce completion of the Town’s FY2010 Roadway Resurfacing Program on budget and ahead of schedule. The program included approximately $800,000 of rehabilitation work on 46 roadways within the town, marking an increased level of roadway maintenance efforts from previous years. This program included approximately:

1) 28,000 square yards of roadway rebuilding and paving on Robbern Road, Ash Street, Frankland Road, Pond Street, Fruit Street, and the Hopkins School Loop Road.
2) 13 miles of crack-sealing on 32 roadways.

Hopkinton Man Indicted For Possession Of Explosive Devices

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A Hopkinton man has been indicted on charges that he was in possession of explosive devices, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public today.

Michael Fitzgerald, 35, of Hopkinton, was indicted by a Middlesex Grand Jury on charges of possession of an infernal machine, placing/possessing explosives (2 counts), wanton destruction of property over $250, and attempting to burn a motor vehicle.

He will be arraigned on October 6 in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn at 9 am.

Polyarts Festival 2010

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Jewelry Booth at Polyarts

The eagerly anticipated Polyarts Festival was held on the Town Common last Saturday, September 18. While the weather was a bit on the cloudy and overcast side, it didn’t seem to diminish the exuberant attitude of the fair goers and the artist and craft vendors who were selling a wide variety of products.

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Polyarts Festival 2010

The eagerly anticipated Polyarts Festival was held on the Town Common last Saturday, September 18. While the weather was a bit on the cloudy and overcast side, it didn’t seem to diminish the exuberant attitude of the fair goers and the artist and craft vendors who were selling a wide variety of products.

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