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Eighth Grade Promotional Ceremony - LIVE on HCAM-ED

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The Eighth Grade Class of 2022 will step up and celebrate their completion of Middle School.
The Promotional Ceremony will air tonight, June 19th at 6:00 PM on HCAM-ED, channel 96 for Xfinity and Channel 31 for Verizon.

Good luck in High School, Class of 2022!

Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce Networking Event Wednesday June 20th

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When: Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Time: 4:00pm-6:00pm
Where:110 Grill Hopkinton

Join us for our monthly business after hours at the 110 Grill in Hopkinton! From 4-5pm we will have networking as usual. Then from 5-6pm we will be featuring all new members who have joined this year, so be sure to stick around and meet our newest members!

You May RSVP here!

Video: Chuck Joseph Presents History of Hopkinton

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The Hopkinton Public Library and Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce hosted "History of Hopkinton" with Chuck Joseph. The presentation drew a big turnout and featured many displays of Hopkinton in the past compared to the present. View a glimpse of the very interesting presentation below.

Heat advisory issued ahead of Monday's hot temperatures in Mass

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A heat advisory has been issued ahead of Monday's potentially dangerous heat.

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for multiple counties in Massachusetts Monday, including: Essex, Hampden and Middlesex. The heat advisory is in effect from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday. Heat index values around 100 degrees are expected.

The Margie & Liisa Show is LIVE on Wednesday

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Tune in to HCAM at 7:00 pm on Wednesday for the latest episode of the Margie & Liisa Show.

This week, Margie, Liisa and their guests will be talking about the new Marathon School and want to know what’s your favorite thing about it. The HPTA Hopkinton Carnival is in town and we want to know what’s your favorite ride/activity. And they will be discussing border detainees separated from children - right or wrong?

Hopkinton Trails Club Event

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Sunday, June 24, noon : Whitehall Woods walk. We'll tour one of the town's newest Open Space properties. The trails wind through a beautiful area, with connections to Upton State Forest. Part of the walk is in a wildlife sanctuary, so no dogs, please. Whitehall Woods is located at 203 Pond Street in Hopkinton. When you arrive, follow the entrance of a new subdivision road on the west side of Pond Street to a small gravel parking lot on the left side of the road. You will see a sign for "Whitehall Woods Trail, Connector to Upton Forest", and an entrance kiosk in front of the parking area.

Jeffrey Paul Leal, 21

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Jeffrey Paul Leal, 21, of Hopkinton, passed away at his home on Thursday, June 14, 2018. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Rachel D. (Dyer) and Gregory C. Leal of Hopkinton.

A lifelong Hopkinton resident, Jeff was a 2014 graduate of the Welding program at Keefe Tech in Framingham. He was athletic and funny and enjoyed skiing, vacationing in Maine, fishing, hunting and loved watching the Patriots.

Video: Center School Re-Use Advisory Team Public Forum 6-13-2018

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The Center School Re-use Advisory Committee hosted their 1st public forum on Wednesday (6/13) at the HCAM studios. During the forum, potential uses for the Center School building were discussed.

The Center School Re-use Advisory team includes: Claire Wright, Frank D'Urso, Michael Auen, John Pavlov, Rob Dobinski, Amy Ritterbusch, Jennifer Devlin, Darlene Hayes, Laura Barry, Ken Weismantel (Vice-Chair) and RIchard Flannery (Chair).

View the forum below:

Community Notice: Hopkinton Annual Water Quality Report

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The Hopkinton Water Department annual water quality report has been completed and delivered. You can find a copy on our website: http://bit.ly/HopWater2017 . Additional copies can be found at Town Hall, the water department and the Library.

Hopkinton Military History: Italian Campaign of World War II

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In keeping with a continuing examination of Hopkinton veterans' contribution to military history, those who attended the recent Vets Breakfast reviewed the Italian Campaign of World War II. Several soldiers from Hopkinton were in the heat of that battle.

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