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Check out our Website to Win an HCAM Water Bottle!

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Welcome to Connections Week! Even cereals have websites, of course your television station has one! This is the online nerve center for HCAM, everything we create and power is connected there, so don’t miss anything, check us out. Until October 25, you can enter our HCAM water bottle giveaway daily, with a new prize every day, so visit us, and thanks!

Hopkinton Growth Study Committee Workshop

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The public is invited to join us on Wednesday, November 20 at 7:00 PM in the Hopkinton High School Cafeteria. Come see what the Growth Committee has been up to this fall. We’ve learned a lot and are eager to hear from residents. At the workshop we'll share what we’ve learned so far and what the data is telling us, as well as 5 Common myths about growth in Hopkinton. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and share your ideas to help us more forward with our work. The Growth Study Committee is a new sub-committee of the Planning Board this year. Questions?

Town of Hopkinton Notifies Residents/Property Owners of Next Steps in the Main Street Corridor Project Easement Appraisal Process

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The Town of Hopkinton via the Town Engineer’s Office on October 18, 2019 notified residents/property owners abutting the Main Street Corridor Project, who had previously provided the Town Engineer with their emails, of the next steps in the easement appraisal process for the Main Street Corridor Project.

Hiller's Dig Pink Fundraiser

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The Hiller Volleyball Teams are excited to be part of The Side-Out Foundation and its Dig Pink initiative for the 10th consecutive year, and they need your help to make their campaign successful! They believe education is key to increasing knowledge about breast cancer and fundraising is essential to support further research. Funds raised for Side-Out go toward a clinical trial specifically for patients with stage 4 breast cancer, the most advanced form of the disease and the least funded area of research.

Ruth M. VanFossen, 69

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Ruth M. VanFossen, 69, of Holliston, passed away October 17th while surrounded by the eternal love of her family at the Rose Monahan Hospice House in Worcester. Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Mary (Melia) and Arthur F. Kelley. She was the beloved wife of 47 years to Thomas Richard VanFossen Jr. of Holliston, MA.

Check out our Website to Win!

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Welcome to Connections Week! Even cereals have websites, of course your television station has one! This is the online nerve center for HCAM, everything we create and power is connected there, so don’t miss anything, check us out. Until October 25, you can enter our HCAM water bottle giveaway daily, with a new prize every day, so visit us, and thanks!

Editorial: Main Street Alliance Petitions to Stop Main Street Corridor Project

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Many people have asked us what we can do to stop the Hopkinton Main Street Corridor Project as it is currently designed. Well, now is our chance to do something about it. Several downtown residents, business owners, and concerned citizens have formed the Main Street Alliance.

Job Posting: Outreach Coordinator

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The Town of Hopkinton is seeking a 30 hour Outreach Coordinator for its Senior Center.
Do you have a genuine interest in and love of Seniors?

Senate Passes Legislation Promoting the Safety, Health and Wellness of Children and Persons with Disabilities

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BOSTON – The Massachusetts State Senate today passed An Act to protect persons with intellectual or developmental disability from abuse, also known as “Nicky’s Law,” and An Act Relative to Children’s Health and Wellness.

“As lawmakers, our number one job is to protect the most vulnerable among us and these pieces of legislation do just that,” said Senate President Karen E. Spilka (D-Ashland). “I am proud to see such overwhelming bipartisan support in the Senate for these bills and look forward to seeing them reach the governor’s desk.”

Video: Hiller Boys Soccer Gets Ready for Final Games of Regular Season

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Hillers Boys Soccer enter their final 3 games of the regular season with a record of 7 wins, 6 losses and 2 ties. I caught up with this years Captains: Owen DiNicola, Tyler Zanini, Tim Fargiano and Nick Skiba as well as 16th year Head Coach, Garrett Sawyer.

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