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Abbie Benford Memorial Game

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The Hopkinton High School Field Hockey team will be hosting a game today, October 7th in memory of Abbie Benford.

The teams decided they wanted this game to be in memory of Abbie Benford and to raise funds for the KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation. There will be baked goods, candy, drinks, Keep Smilin' bracelets, and shirts for sale. Stephen and Amy Benford will be our honored guests at the game.

Annual Halloween Party

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Hopkinton Youth and Family Services & Parks and Recreation are inviting all Preschoolers through First Graders to their Annual Halloween Party on Thursday, October 29th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm in the Center School Gymnasium. There will be games, crafts, prizes and treats. Please wear your costume!

If you have any questions please call Hopkinton Parks and Recreation at 508-497-9750.

@HopkintonWX 3 Day forecast

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Beautiful Fall weather with seasonal temperatures. Next chance of rain is late Friday into Saturday. For local up to date weather conditions, follow @HopkintonWX on Twitter

Golf Takes 2 W's in Tri-Match

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A great day all around for the Hillers today. The JV team defeated Medfield by a score of 255 to 273. Congratulations to the kids that played in the match today. A special congratulations go out to Chris Hadley on getting his 1st hole in one on the 2nd hole at Ponkapoag Golf Club! Congratulations also to Kyle Fairbanks for shooting a great round of 35.

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Video: Hopkinton Fire Department Hosted Open House

In coordination with Fire prevention month, the Hopkinton Fire Department hosted an open house. The event is to raise awareness for Fire Safety and share information about what the Fire Department does and how you can stay safe. This month Fire Departments throughout the country are emphasizing that you check batteries in your smoke alarms and plan and practice a home fire escape route with your family. Also be sure to check your Carbon Monoxide alarms as we near winter. Some symptoms of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning include: headache, nausea, dizziness, confusion and fainting.

At the event Bill Krauss talked to HCAM news about some of the different activities taking place, Tim Healy showed off some of the latest medical equipment in use and Sparky the Fire Dog got the Kids Dancing.. Check out the video below!

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Video: Live 4 Evan 5K 2015

The Live 4 Evan 5K was created in honor of Evan Girardi, who passed away at the age of 20 from an unknown underlying heart condition. Live 4 Evan was set up in his honor to help improve the quality of life for cardiac patients and their families. Recently the Live 4 Evan organization hosted their 3rd annual 5K and the event was once again a success.

One of the programs Live 4 Evan recently helped sponsor was free heart screenings at Hopkinton and Medfield High School. Cardiologist Dr. John Cadigan talked about how a routine heart check up helped discover an underlying heart condition his son had several years ago. He mentioned the routine EKG (Electrocardiogram) saved his life; "he was cleared to play sports, had no symptoms and the routine EKG saved his life."

HCAM news talked with Father of Evan, Michael Girardi, also Co-Founders of the Live 4 Evan organization Shane Lavoie, Whitney Mullen and Jack Nealon who discussed the many programs Live 4 Evan is involved in to help patients with a heart condition. Medical Device specialist Patrick Cusanelli, Cardiologist Dr. John Cadigan and member of a similar organization, Evan Ernst, discussed how they are working with Live 4 Evan.

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Video: HCAM News 9-18-2015: Hopkinton Celebrates 300th Anniversary

On this edition of HCAM News, check out all the festivities from the 300th Anniversary Celebration weekend including the Parade, fireworks and ceremonies.

Lights Up at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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Please join us for Opening Night at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts! This fundraiser will be held on Saturday, November 7 from 7:00-11:00 PM to celebrate the new Center for the Arts. Join us at 98 Hayden Rowe Street for live entertainment, an auction, cocktails and hors d'oeuvores. Wear cocktail attire. There will be a cash bar. Tickets are $125 per person, and can be purchased here. Please purchase tickets to RSVP by October 24.

Chocolate, the Perfect Indulgence

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Just in time for Halloween, come to the Hopkinton Public Library on Wednesday, October 14 at 7:00 PM to learn about chocolate! Learn which chemicals elicit biochemical reactions in the human brain, making chocolate the perfect indulgence. During the presentation, you will also learn how to taste chocolate for quality and how to eat it, too! (Note: At this time we do not plan to have chocolate available for tasting at the presentation.)

Hiller Golf Tops Blackhawks

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October 6, 2015 - The Varsity team traveled to Bungay Brook Golf Course today to play Bellingham. The Hillers were able to defeat The Black Hawks with a score of 237 to 294. Leading the way for the Hillers today were our three captains. Geoff Holler with a 37, Matt Johnson with a 38, and Jake Doherty with a solid 39.

Nathan Mezitt - 40
Abby Jaye - 41
Drew Simi - 42
Nick Scire - 45
Connor Czerepuszko - 46

The Hillers record is now 10-1.


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