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Public Announcement: Town Hall Parking Lot Entrance Relocation

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The Town Engineer would like to announce that the ongoing work for the Town Hall Roof Replacement
Project will require the entrance to the parking lot behind Town Hall to be closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (September 15th, 16th and 17th) from 7:30am – 4:30pm.

During this time the exit will be utilized as both the entrance and the exit. Uniformed traffic control will be present throughout the process and temporary signage will be installed.

Hillers Sweep Friday

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As the week in sports at Hopkinton High wraps up, big wins for 3 teams made this a memorable Friday.

In Hopkinton on Field 10, the Field Hockey team beat Westwood 3-0 with 2 goals by Kayla Sullivan and 1 from Julia Macchi. Sara Freedman was stellar in net. The ladies travel on Wednesday to face the Mustangs in Medway.

The Hiller Football team opened up their season at David Hughes Stadium with a big 35-27 win over Wayland. Great start to the season! The Hillers will head to Upton on Saturday the 19th for an 1100am game at Nipmuc Regional.

Hoptoberfest is Back with Tickets Going on Sale September 13th

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Join Hopkinton Public Library Foundation for its Second Annual Hoptoberfest, a fun tasting night to benefit the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. With the generosity of Platinum Sponsors Hallmark Sotheby’s International Realty and Phipps Insurance Agency, this year’s Hoptoberfest is Friday, October 24, from 7:30 to 10:30 P.M., in the Parish Center of St. John’s Church in Hopkinton.

Hiller Soccer Splits, Golf Wins Again

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The Hiller Girls Soccer team lost to Medfield 2-0 on Thursday and will host the Lancers at Field 13 on Tuesday.

The Boys Soccer team got an early goal from Graham Kulig and it helped out for a 1-0 win over TVL rival Medfield. Greg Holler gets 2nd shutout of the year. The Hillers head out to Norton on Tuesday for their next match.

Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan Public Forum Online

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For anyone who is interested in watching the Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan Public Forum from September 10 again, or for anyone who may have missed it, the forum is now available to view here. The forum will also air again next week on HCAM-ED, starting on Monday, September 15. Click here for program dates and times.

Keefe Tech - Marian Mustangs Football off to a winning start

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FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Keefe Technical School and Marian High School cooperative football team kicked off their first season together with a win against Matignon High School at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville on Saturday, September 6.

The Mustangs, who received approval in April from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) to merge and become a cooperative football program, beat Matignon 28-6.

Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

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Trends in Substance Use Among Teens Parent Guidance Presentation

Wednesday, October 1, 2014
7:00-8:30pm

Hopkinton High School Auditorium

Focus: Grades: 4-9th Grade

Presenter: Ms. Shannon Mountain-Ray, MSW, LICSW
Director of Social Work,
Adolescent Substance Abuse Program
Boston Children’s Hospital

Funding Grant: Hopkinton Country Club Charitable Foundation

Hopkinton Little League Baseball and Softball Tryouts

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Tryouts will be Friday, September 12 through Sunday September 14.

Tryouts on Friday will NOW be at EMC Park

Hopkinton Little League
2015 Spring Season
Baseball & Softball Tryouts

Friday September 12th - EMC Park
5:30 – 6:30 10U Softball
6:30 - 7:30 12U Softball

Board of Appeals Approves Lake Shore Drive Addition

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The Board of Appeals met Wednesday, September 10th at 7pm. The original agenda called for public hearings of 68 East Main St, Lumber St/Hopkinton Mews, and 26 Lake Shore Drive. However, two requests for continuances were made. The property owner of 68 East Main St requested that her hearing be moved to December. Hopkinton Mews requested a continuance until September 24th, but the board saw that this meeting would be held at the start of Rosh Hashanah. The board voted to move this and all other public hearings scheduled for the 24th to October 8th.

Representative Dykema Reflects on the 13th Anniversary of September 11th

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Thirteen years ago today our nation was shocked by the attacks on the World Trade Center. We remember those who lost their lives that day and thank the firefighters, policemen, EMT’s and other emergency personnel who put their safety and lives on the line to protect the rest of our community.

Thinking back to the days following the attack it was time of fear, but also of great strength and unity. As a nation and as a local community, we came together in support of our country and the ideals that make us all proud to call the United States our home.

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