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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 2-16-2018

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-The Hopkinton Hillers Alpine Ski Team sent 6 athletes to the state championship which will take place March 6th. The Hillers ski team has 20 athletes in total, 18 boys, 2 girls. The Boys finished 5 place overall out of 12 teams. The Top 20 Girls and Top 24 Boys in the league qualified for the state finals. Representatives in the finals from the Hillers include both the Girl members of the team Allison Marr (Ranked 4th), Cate Barry (Ranked 6th) for the boys. Max Rodgers (Ranked 13th), Jordan Hanna (20th), Jackson Schlussel (23rd) and Kyle Perkins (24th).

Register Now for the Live 4 Evan Red Tie Gala Saturday March 3rd 7-11pm

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Tickets are available now for Live4Evan's Red Tie Gala to be held Saturday, March 3, 7:00 pm at the Crystal Room in Milford. Help them reach their goal of $30,000 for temporary housing for families of children being treated for congenital heart disease at Boston hospitals. Tickets are $75.00 per person until February 19, and $85.00 each after that and are available through live4evan.org.

Register for the Hopkinton Education Foundation Annual Gala Here: https://hopkintoneducationfoundation.org/

February Vacation Workshops start next week at HCA!

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Register for any of the following workshops here! Available workshops over February break include Clay Creations Workshop, Ceramics: Wheel Throwing and Theater Fun 101.

Clay Creations Workshop - Grades 2 to 5, ages 7 to 11
Have fun with clay and create winter themed masterpieces. $110 per student.
Feb. 20 - 22
Tuesday - Thursday, 1 - 3pm

Community Notice: Eversource has hired Stanley Tree to Remove Trees Interfering with Power Lines

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Eversource has hired Stanley Tree to remove trees in Hopkinton that interfere with their power lines. That will occur from February 19 through March 9, 2018.

Additionally, Stanley Tree will be cutting trees on private property for which the property owner granted permission and they will be cutting trees on Town property for which the Tree Warden granted permission. The work zone includes Ash Street, North Mill Street, South Mill Street, Cross Street, and Front Street.

Please call Eversource's Arborist, Christopher Gonzalez, at 781-441-8287 with any questions.

DCR Announces Family-Friendly School Vacation Programming

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BOSTON — The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) today announced a wide array of family-friendly programs that will be offered by the agency throughout the Massachusetts state parks system during next week’s traditional school vacation week. Some of the many school vacation programs offered by DCR include guided hikes, wildlife observation opportunities, crafting activities, history lessons, games, stories, and more; a full list of activities and programming can be found on DCR’ website.

Fitting Conclusions to the 17/18 TVL Boys Basketball Season

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The most competitive TVL boys basketball season in years is reaching its conclusion this week. While some questions about which teams will qualify for the MIAA tournament and what seeds they will get remain unresolved, champions of the TVL Large and TVL Small divisions will be celebrated before we fall asleep Friday night.

Senate Passes Bill to Protect Access to Confidential Health Care

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BOSTON, MA – Today the Massachusetts State Senate passed legislation to protect patients’ access to confidential health care. In an effort to maintain the confidentiality of patients covered as dependents on another person’s insurance policy, the “PATCH Act” requires insurance carriers to issue common summary of payment forms directly to the patient.

Senate Passes Bill Funding Capital Facility Repairs and Improvements in MetroWest

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BOSTON – The Massachusetts Senate today voted to authorize up to $3.65 billion in bonds for repairs and improvements of capital facilities across the Commonwealth. Spending authorizations in the bill include bonds for state university and community college campus improvements, public safety and security facilities and clean energy and efficiency programs. The bill also authorizes funding for several capital projects across the MetroWest region, including the development of a new regional justice center in Framingham.

HCA Presents: Joan Baldwin "What Is Really Going On?"

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Why is that love seat in the woods? Why are those armchairs and the wall behind them smeared with lipstick? Why is that chicken walking away from that egg and eyeing us like that?

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: February 4th-11th 2018

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According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton February 4th through February 11th was 51.4 degrees, the lowest was 13.6 degrees. Average temperature during the month in Hopkinton was 30.1 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 79.9%, the peak was 97% while the lowest was 40%. Wind Speed averaged 2.5 MPH, while reaching a high of 9 MPH. Precipitation accumulated 1.84 inches last week in Hopkinton. You can see all the averages for Hopkinton below and be on the lookout for future weather updates in Hopkinton.

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