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Board of Appeals Wraps Up Hopkinton Mews Hearings

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On Wednesday, January 28th, the Board of Appeals met to exclusively discuss the Lumber St/Hopkinton Mews development. By the end of the meeting, the Board closed the public hearing on the project, and approved the requested comprehensive permit.

State Police Arrest 2 Operating Stolen Vehicle in Hopkinton During Blizzard

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On Tuesday at 5:15pm at the height of the Blizzard Juno, 2 were arrested driving a stolen 2008 Toyota SUV. Troopers determined the vehicle was stolen out of Lowell. The vehicle was spotted by Trooper Greg Doherty traveling on 495 South behind snow plows. As the vehicle entered Hopkinton Trooper Doherty assisted by 5 other officers stopped the vehicle.

What Can You Do to Help Your Teen Achieve?

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Contrary to what some people might think, children aren't born achievers. They don’t automatically have the urge to achieve. Children become achievers.

You can encourage them to work hard and set goals. But making teens obey and conform won’t make them achievers.

Forced habits don’t strongly motivate people to do a good job and strive to reach for the stars. What does motivate them? Young people are motivated to achieve when their parents:

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Video Segment: Sports Recap January 13th through 17th 2015

Tuesday January 13th
Hopkinton Hillers Boys Basketball Beat Ashland 58-47
Matt Locke – 21 Points, Jake Doherty – 17 Points

Tuesday January 13th
Girls Basketball – Hopkinton beat Ashland 53-38
Julia Cansestrari – 24 Points (14 in 4th Quarter)

Tuesday Jan 13th
Hopkinton Indoor Track Lost to Norton, Girls Lost 48-38, Boys Lost 62-24
First lost for Hopkinton Girls since 2006. The Girls indoor Track Team won 144 straight meets until loss to Norton.

Tuesday January 13th
Hopkinton Boys Swimming (3-2) beat Medfield 98-83

Wednesday January 14th
Ashland beat Hopkinton Hockey 1-0
(Ashland Goalie Owen Bearer – 40 Saves)

Friday January 16th
Boys Basketball: Norton Beat Hopkinton (5-6) 52-45
Girls Basketball: Hopkinton (5-4) Beat Norton 69-39

Saturday January 17th
Boys Hockey: Hopkinton (4-5-1) beat Bellingham 5-0
Nashoba Wrestling beat Hopkinton 42-29

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Video Segment: Hillers Cheerleaders Host Pasta Dinner

The Hopkinton Hillers Cheerleaders hosted a pasta dinner at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club to help raise funding for their team. The funding will cover various competition trips and equipment. It has been a good year for the Hillers Cheerleaders and they are excited for what's to come. Head Coach Melissa Zwang talked about what the funding will go towards: "The proceeds go to Friends of Hopkinton Cheerleading to support all the financial needs of the program like uniforms, gymnastics, mats and any travel trips we go on."

I asked the cheer team about their favorite memory from winning national last year. Alex Balerna enjoyed the airplane trips, Brooke Bellar liked winning, Michelle Horrigan liked getting onto the mat and having a perfect routine, Emily Sheridan liked wearing the red jackets after they won.

To hear more from the cheerleaders and see scenes from the event, check out the video.

The HOPSeat Returns February 5th, Featuring Chief Lee

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On Thursday, February 5th, the HOPSeat returns to HCAM-TV. This month's guest is Chief Ed Lee of the Hopkinton Police Department. Chief Lee will be discussing the latest happenings at the Hopkinton Police Department, and he will also take your calls and emailed questions.

So if you have a question for Chief Lee that you would like him to answer live on air, tune in to HCAM-TV on February 5th at 7:00 p.m. Chief Lee will be on the air from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. He will be taking questions by email at live@hcam.tv, or by phone at (508) 625-1640.

ESBC To Review Forum Results at Feb 2nd Meeting

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Following the success of their January 24th forum, the Elementary School Building Committee is set to meet on Monday, February 2nd, with the objective of distilling all of the questions and comments from the forum.

A Message from Chief Clark

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Your Public Safety Agencies and the DPW would like your support and cooperation in the following area(s); we strongly recommend that all residences with natural gas, propane and oil fired appliances insure that all make up air, vent pipes and flues at grade level are free of snow. Insure Carbon Monoxide detectors are functioning and be aware that exposure to Carbon Monoxide can produce flu-like symptoms such as headaches, nausea, dizziness, confusion and fainting. Please call 911 if you need assistance with locating and or clearing these devices.

HMS Assistant Principal Maryellen Grady to Run 2015 Boston Marathon for Sky’s the Limit Courtyard Project

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On April 20th 2015 Maryellen Grady will lace up her running shoes to benefit the Sky’s the Limit Courtyard Project.

Grady, the driving force behind the Hopkinton Middle School courtyard project, is doing her part to raise the funds needed to transform the unused courtyard into a vibrant, outdoor learning space.

“This is the perfect opportunity to combine two of my goals,” said Grady. “I’ve had a dream to officially run the Boston Marathon and to see the Sky’s the Limit Courtyard completed. I thought, ‘If I’m going to run the marathon, now’s the perfect time!’”

No School on Wednesday

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Dear Parents/Guardians/Faculty,

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