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Hopkinton Group Releases Short Film to Welcome Boston Marathon Runners Back

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HCAM-TV, the Hopkinton Freedom Team, local filmmakers, the 26.2 Foundation, and residents and friends of Hopkinton have come together to send a message of love and support to Boston Marathon runners and their supporters around the world welcoming them back to our town, renowned as the starting line of the oldest and one of the most famous marathons in the world. Hopkinton is common ground for people from all over the globe who run the Boston Marathon and congregate for the start of the race.

Community Notice: Protect Water Supply by Cleaning up After Your Pet

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The town municipal well fields offer a number of great walking trails at Fruit Street and Charles McIntyre Lane, off Lake Whitewall. However we have noticed an increase in the amount of pet waste that is being left behind in the direct recharge area of the wells. This waste poses a potential risk to contamination of the water supply. We ask that anyone who is walking their dog to avoid the direct vicinity of the wells, and in other areas to please pick up after their pet to ensure the safety of our drinking water supply.

DEP notice below

Town of Hopkinton Honors 9/11 Victims, First Responders During 20th Anniversary Memorial Service

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Town Manager Norman Khumalo is pleased to share a video of the
Town of Hopkinton's 9/11 Memorial Service in commemoration of the 20th anniversary
of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Held on the Town Common, Town officials, the Veterans Celebration Committee,
American Legion Post 202, Old Guard New England, residents and other guests
gathered to remember all those lost on Sept. 11, 2001 and in the global war on

Hopkinton Center for the Arts first “Curator in Residence” exhibition on display September 30 – November 11

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Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) is pleased to announce the opening of the first Kris Waldman Curator in Residence art exhibition entitled Collective Liberation. This exhibit is named in honor of HCA’s founding co-director, who shares a great passion for art that fosters dialogue around diversity and inclusivity, particularly of underrepresented communities.

Veterans Breakfast at the Hopkinton Senior Center, Friday October 1st at 9am

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The gathering will honor the memory of Tony DeStefano, who served during WW II, and together with Hal Pentheny and Don Hitchings (who both lived in Hopkinton) was a key Corsair technician on Okinawa.

Hopkinton's the Battle of Okinawa

The Corsair: best fighter in WW II

Hopkinton Hillers Sports News & Notes 9-28-2021

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-Dedham Girls Soccer defeats Hiller Girls Soccer 2-0. View More updates below! Hiller Girls Soccer is now 6 Wins and 3 Losses on the season.


The HMS boys' soccer team played to a 1-1 tie versus Norton Middle School yesterday. Jon Winslow scored Hopkinton's lone goal on an excellent pass from Lean Burg. Playing well in the game were Bentai Vacha, Tory Ahlstrom-Hall and Josh Tomasino-Steuer.

Hiller Soccer Captures Wins and Bucs-Pats Preview.. On Sept 29th HCAM Sports Talk at 2pm!

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Our 47th edition of HCAM Sports Talk takes place on Wed, September 29th 2021 at 2pm. In the episode, we'll show you the latest happenings with Hiller Fall sports and Mike Torosian joins us along with Jared Keene from Metrowest Daily News and Andy Barron from MyFm 101.3 for local sports happening and Week 4 NFL Picks.

Tune in to HCAM Sports Talk every Wednesday at 2pm on HCAM-TV (Comcast: Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or at our YouTube page. The program will also re-air at other times and days throughout the week!

Preparing for the Boston Marathon – Paving Work

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In preparation for the Boston Marathon on Monday, October 11, no Main Street Corridor Project work is scheduled for October 6, 7, and 8. The remaining drainage work has been suspended and will resume after the Marathon.

Hopkinton’s Enter Stage Left Theater to Perform “The Laramie Project” in October

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Enter Stage Left Theater is proud to present The Laramie Project, a 2000 play by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project about the reaction to the 1998 murder of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.

Directed by Paul Champlin and featuring a cast of 16 from Hopkinton and surrounding towns, the three-act play focuses on the aftermath of Shepard’s brutal killing.

Hopkinton Organizing for Prevention Coalition Awarded $625,000 Federal Drug Free Communities Grant

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Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Hopkinton Youth & Family Services Director Dawn Alcott-Miller are pleased to announce that the Hopkinton Organizing for Prevention (HOP) coalition has been awarded a $625,000 grant from the Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program.
The grant will be distributed over five years, during which time HOP will receive $125,000 in funding annually. At the end of the five years, HOP will have the opportunity to apply for additional funding from the program.


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