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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update: Girls Volleyball Moving on to Sectional Finals

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Girls Volleyball: On Wednesday at Framingham High School, #2 Hopkinton Hillers took down #3 Algonquin in the Central-West Division 1 Sectional Semi-Finals by way of the sweep. The Hillers will move on to the Sectional Finals on Saturday November 9th. Hopkinton is now 20 and 0 overall and will battle #1 Needham who is 18 and 0 in the Sectional Finals at Wellesley High School. The time is to be determined. Stay Tuned!

Video: Hopkinton Fire Department to Hire 4 New Firefighters after Receiving Grant

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Hopkinton Fire Chief, Stephen Slaman talked with HCAM News about the FEMA "Safer Grant". Hopkinton was one of the few communities to receive the grant totaling $548,000. The funds from the grant will go towards hiring 4 new Firefighters. View the press release and more in the video below.

Video: Halloween in Hopkinton 2019

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We asked and you delivered! HCAM fans sent in their Halloween pictures, take a look in the video below and also at our Scene in Hopkinton.

Video: Local Celebrity Serves Lunch at the Hopkinton Senior Center

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Senior Services Director, Amy Beck caught up with HCAM news about some of the happenings at the Senior Center including their monthly celebrity Lunch server and their upcoming Christmas Sale.

Town Manager, Norman Khumalo recently volunteered his time to serve lunch at the Senior Center as their monthly Celebrity Server. The Senior Center hosts a celebrity served lunch the first Tuesday of every month, view scenes below.

Community Notice: Tax Credit Update

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On November 5, the Town of Hopkinton Select Board approved limited tax relief for a small
group of qualifying senior citizens by a unanimous 5-0 vote. The relief takes the form of a
partial exemption of property taxes for 2020, of up to $2,200. Exemptions totaling $66,600 were
granted under the program. At the Select Board meeting, Chair Brendan Tedstone said. “This is
a good message to get out there, that Hopkinton supports its seniors.”

Town of Hopkinton Special Town Meeting Notice for December 9th 2019

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The Hopkinton Select Board has called a Special Town Meeting to be held on Monday, December 9, 2019. All articles or petitions proposed to be included in the special town meeting warrant must be received at the Select Board/Town Manager’s office no later than 4:30 PM on Thursday, November 21, 2019. All articles and petitions must be submitted to: Select Board, Town Hall, 18 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748.

Community Notice: Main Street Corridor Fact Sheet

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Please find attached the Main Street Corridor Project fact sheet as voted for circulation by the Select Board tonight. Please contact the Town Manager's office if you have any questions.

(View the attached PDF for fact sheet)

Norman Khumalo
Town Manager
Town of Hopkinton
18 Main Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748
Tel. 508 497 9700

Editorial: Main Street Alliance Delivers Citizens Petition to the Office of Hopkinton Town Manager regarding Main Street Corridor Project

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**This article was written by a group or person in the Hopkinton Community and does not reflect the views of HCAM or any of their Board Members or Employees.**

Today, members of the Main Street Alliance delivered our original citizens' petition to the office of the Hopkinton Town Manager, with a copy also hand delivered to the office of the Town Clerk. The petition has over 350 signatures. We will continue collecting signatures.

New Show: Toon Time

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If you're of a certain age, you remember spending Saturday mornings in your pajamas, eating cereal and watching cartoons on TV while Mom & Dad slept in. It was wonderful, and it's back! John Ritz is the producer for a new show on HCAM, Toon Time! He found a ton of public domain cartoons (mostly from the 30s & 40s), then we assembled them into one hour shows.

Toon Time airs Saturday mornings at 8:00. Please spread the word, then tune in (with a big bowl of cereal!) and enjoy the show.

Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 11-5-2019

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Girls Soccer: The 17th seeded Hillers season came to an end on a rainy Tuesday afternoon with a 3-1 loss versus #1 Old Rochester. The Hillers end their season with 7 wins, 7 losses and 6 ties.

Girls Volleyball: #2 Hopkinton will take on #3 Algonquin at Framingham High School. The game will take place Wednesday, November 6th at 4pm.

Boys Soccer: #14 Hopkinton earned the 2-0 upset win over #3 Diman Regional and will next play #6 Bishop Feehan at Bishop Feehan High School, Wednesday November 6th at 2pm.

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