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Video: Hopkinton Middle School Reveals New Mission Statement

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Hopkinton Middle School invited the community, students and staff to the HMS courtyard to officially introduce their new mission statement; "Growing an active community of strong minds and kind hearts".

Video: Hopkinton Homecoming Pep-Rally October 2016

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Hopkinton High School students gathered in the Athletic Center for the annual Fall Pep-Rally. Students participated in various fun competitions, games and enjoyed entertainment from the Hopkinton High School Band and Cheerleaders. View the Pep-Rally below.

View photos from the Hopkinton High School Pep Rally!

Town of Hopkinton Seeks a Contractual Food Inspector for up to Eight Hours Per Week

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Appointed by the Board of Health and under the general guidance of the Board of Health Director, the Food Protection Program Inspector is assigned to protecting the public from food borne illnesses through education, prevention, intervention and rapid response.

Hillers Sports Update 10-24-2016

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The Medfield Warriors and Hopkinton Hillers kicked off on a very rainy Friday night at Hopkinton High School. The original 7pm kickoff was pushed up to 6pm to avoid some rain storms in the area but severe thunderstorms forced a stoppage in the 2nd quarter with 1:37 left.

Despite the heavy rain, both teams did not shy away from the pass although the rain led to drops and difficulty for both teams to gain momentum on offense. The game was suspended for one hour before it was decided to continue the game the following day (Saturday 10/22) at 4:30pm.

Supporting Your Child’s Social-Emotional Development Nov 1st 4-5pm

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Social & Emotional Development refers to the skills children need to build and maintain healthy relationships with both adults and peers and to express emotions in a constructive way. Research tells us that good social/emotional adjustment is predictive of both the social and academic success of children. This workshop will provide information and experiences to help parents nurture these skills in their children. Presented by the Hopkinton Public Schools, the workshop is free and child care will be provided for those who register before October 28.

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Video: HCAM Insider for the Week of October 24

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of the HCAM Insider! Take a look to see all of the new programs that will be airing on the HCAM channels next week:

Hillers Sports Update 10-21-2016

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Contributed Updates:
The HMS boys' soccer team put in a fabulous effort playing to a 3-3 to an undefeated Milford team yesterday. Russell DeMarco scored all three goals for the Hillers. The players should stay tuned to announcements later in the day about practice if the weather is inclement.

Friday's Hillers Schedule:
JV Boys and Girls Soccer Postponed to Monday 10/24.
Hillers Varisty Girls @ Millis moved to 3:30
Hillers Volleyball VS Medfield 5:30

Tips from Angel's: Selecting Firewood

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With the cold weather ahead, it is almost time to get the fire place ready, Owner of Angel’s Garden Center, Jeff Doherty had some tips on selecting the best quality firewood in the latest Tips from Angel’s.

Be on the lookout for more great Tips from Angel’s with Jeff Doherty, in the coming weeks on HCAM news.

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: October 9th - October 16th

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According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton last week was 71 degrees, the lowest was 30.3 Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 51 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 78.4%, the peak was 98% while the lowest was 27%. Wind Speed averaged 0.2 MPH, while reaching a high of 4 MPH. Precipitation accumulated 1.24 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.

Hopkinton Police Roll Out New Cruiser Design

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On Friday October 14, 2016 the Hopkinton Police Department rolled out the new design for the marked patrol units. Two newly designed cruisers were purchased as part of the annual fleet replacement program and funding was approved at the annual town meeting. It will take several years until the fleet is fully changed over to the new design.


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