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This one’s for the men

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And the ones who care about them…. The studies and statistics don’t lie: Men are more likely to die of heart disease, more prone to be killed in accidents, and more apt to suffer from drug or alcohol addictions than women.

The fact is when it comes to individual health, men fare far worse than women.

“Men have really not taken good care of themselves,” says primary care physician Frederic Schwartz, M.D., co-chair of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s Men’s Health Committee.

Roadwork Notice

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A contractor working for the Town of Hopkinton in preparation for street resurfacing will be installing asphalt shim work on Wednesday July 6th and Thursday July 7th from 7:00 AM-4:00 PM on the following streets.

South Mill St – Ash St to Holliston line (Wednesday & Thursday)
Saddle Hill Rd – Edgehill Rd to Fruit St (Thursday)

Roads will be closed to through traffic. Please seek alternate routes.

Thank you,

Mike Mansir
Hopkinton Highway Manager

Video: 2016 Greyhound Friends 5k

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The Greyhound Friends 5K had a nice turnout and took place on a beautiful Saturday morning. The event raised funds towards needed dental equipment for the dogs at Greyhound Friends. HCAM news caught up with Kathy Lundgren of Greyhound Friends and the Male and Female winners of the race.

Video: Hopkinton Residents Win Dinner at the White House

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4th Grader, Abby Newman of Hopkinton and Vineyard Church Family-Life Pastor, Areli Biggers will head to the White House to have dinner with First Lady, Michelle Obama and other state-wide winners of a nation wide cooking competition. The two teamed up and entered the "2016 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge". The contest was a statewide competition hosted by PBS. This is another great accomplishment for Areli Biggers, Areli recently was featured and won a cooking competition on the Food Networks television program "Chopped".

Flush Your Water Line.

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June 27, 2016 - Please be advised that the Fire Department had to utilize a Fire Hydrant in the Fruit Street area Sunday evening to fight a fire. You may notice some discoloration in the water, through out town. You may need to flush your cold water line to help clear your pipes.

Video: Greyhound Friends Pets of the Month June 2016

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Below is the Greyhound Friends Inc. Pets of the Month. The first is a 2 year old Irish Greyhound named "Boots", the 2nd dog is a 3 year old named "Cooper". Hear more about the dogs available at Greyhound Friends in the video below.

Video: Gateway Green Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Gateway Green was a donor funded project to plant trees, flowers and plants on the west main street median by the 495 exits in Hopkinton. The project was a success and will bring more beautiful scenery to one of the gateways of the town. The Gateway Green Committee planned and helped execute the project, the Committee was made up of: Ken Driscoll, Fin Perry, Peter Mezitt, Jeff Barnes, Scott Richardson and John Westerling.

Founders included: Weston Nurseries, Unibank, Paul Mastroianni. Planters Included: Perkin Elmer, Solect, Rosado & Sons

Sunset Jazz Returns to Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) announces the return of the Sunset Jazz Series every Saturday, starting at 7 p.m., from July 2 through August 6. Jazz fans are invited to bring chairs, a blanket, and dinner with them as they enjoy these free concerts on the HCA’s new patio at 98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton. The 2016 line-up features:

July 2: The JazzQ
July 9: Kaoruko Pilkington Group
July 16: The MetroWest Jazz Project
July 23: Michael P. Chasse Group
July 30: The Nate Aronow Nextet
August 6: Stoney’s Wicked Din

Video: Greyhound Friends 5K Saturday June 25th at 9am

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"Take a lengthy run or stroll with a pet, friend or family member while supporting local greyhounds and other breeds by participating in Greyhound Friends’ first-ever 5K Walk/Run Fundraiser.

Video: Gateway Green Beautifies West Main Street

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Gateway Green was a donor funded project to plant trees, flowers and plants on the West Main Street median by the 495 exits in Hopkinton. The project was a success and will bring more beautiful scenery to one of the gateways of the town. The Gateway Green Committee planned and helped execute the project, the Committee was made up of: Ken Driscoll, Fin Perry, Peter Mezitt, Jeff Barnes, Scott Richardson and John Westerling.

Hear more about the project and view scenes from the ceremony below. The Full Ceremony will be posted soon.

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