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Harold Edwin Tolstrup, 87

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Harold Edwin Tolstrup, 87, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, September 18, 2014 at the Kindred Nursing Home in Westborough. Born in Melrose, he was the son of the late Evelyn (Ryder) and Paul Tolstrup. He was the husband of 50 years to Lillian (Blanchard) Tolstrup of Hopkinton.
Harold had worked at Fenwall and Smiley Buick. He is predeceased by his brothers, Paul and Richard Tolstrup.

HPD Taking Back Unwanted Scripts

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On Saturday September 27, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hopkinton Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its ninth opportunity in four years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to the Hopkinton Police Department at 74 Main Street. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

HCAM Studios Will Host ESBC Meeting September 30th

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On Tuesday, September 30th, at 7pm, HCAM studios will host the September meeting of the Elementary School Building Committee. The meeting is open to the public, and will also air live on HCAM-TV.

At this meeting, the ESBC anticipates to address the designer selection process, plan for upcoming public forums, and receive updates on potential sites. As always, the Elementary School Building Committee invites community feedback; those interested are invited to provide input, share observations, and ask questions relating to the project.

Visioning Community Survey

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Dear Hopkinton Resident:
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to be heard.

The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen created the Hopkinton Visioning Steering Group to help navigate a process to solicit input from you on what our community might look like ten years from now.

The group has created a survey which is an important tool designed to help create a vision for the future, and action steps to achieve that vision. The survey is also available to pick up in the Town Manager's Office in hard copy for interested participants.

Positive Things Are Happening in Downtown Hopkinton!

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Join with a number of business and community leaders to Celebrate Downtown Hopkinton
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
5 pm – 7 pm

Please pre-register at: http://hopchamber.eventbrite.com

We’ll kick off the celebration at Bittersweet Co. located at 28 Main Street.

You will be brought up to date on the plans for the renovated and modernized Hopkinton Public Library and will from the owners of Swoon, Bittersweet Co. and Vinny's NY Pizza about their investments in downtown.

Stage 3250 Opens October 1st

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ALL NEW HCAM ORIGINAL SERIES COMING IN OCTOBER

You may know David Ljungberg as Elmwood School's principal.
You may know he's growing a huge pumpkin in the school's garden.
But do you know his thoughts on Chinese education?
Join us for a presentation on his journey to China. Mr. Ljungberg will explain cultural differences, childhood stress, and surprising similarities between eastern and western education.

Stage 3250 is a sharing of unique experiences and viewpoints from local people, before a live studio audience.

Golf and Volleyball Undefeated, Fockey Drops to D-S

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The Hiller Golf Team ran their season record to 7 - 0 with a 245 -272 victory over the Ashland Clockers today at Glen Ellen C.C. in Millis. The Clockers fell to 1-6 on their season. Leading the way once again for the Hillers was Sr. Capt. Jimmy Hervol who shot a 4 UNDER PAR 32. I was checking back in the Hiller Golf Team history and that's the BEST score for nine holes by any Hiller golfer ever at Glen Ellen C.C. Congrats Captain and how to lead the team today.

Fire Department Warns of Phone Scam

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The Hopkinton Fire Department is warning town residents about a possible home carbon monoxide inspection scam.

A town resident has reported to us that they’re receiving phone calls from a Chimney Cleaning Company trying to inspect their home carbon monoxide detectors. The company is telling residenst they are representing the Hopkinton Fire Department. The Hopkinton Fire Department only inspects carbon monoxide detectors by request of a homeowner. We believe this is a scam to gain entrance into private homes.

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The Library says goodbye to Susan Marshall

Susan Marshall served nearly six years at the Hopkinton Library as the Adult Services Librarian and left a positive impact on nearly everyone she knew.

Youth Services Librarian Denise Kofron; "Some people care to much, I think it's called love, Susan cares a lot, about her job, family, volunteers, the Hopkinton Public Library, and her co-workers, and we love her too."

The Friends of the Library presented Susan with a sample of a quilt from the quilt project. Parks and recreation manager Tim Kilduff presented Susan a signed copy of Meb Keflezighi's book "Run to Overcome" to reward her dedication to promoting the Boston Marathon activities.

Hopkinton Library staff member, Donna Olafsen of the Children's Room " Susan Marshall is to the Hopkinton Public Library as Mickey Mouse is to Disney, I'll miss you Susan, may you have many magical memories."

After the dedications and tributes, Susan stated: "It's emotional high and low's, it's sad to leave all these wonderful people, Hopkinton is the first place that I felt home since I had a workshop in my hometown, right out of college... "This has been a wonderful place to live." Susan then described her animated clothing which represented her sadness of leaving Hopkinton and the excitement of her new venture in Seattle.

Susan delivered an emotional thank you too the many who came to the library to say goodbye; "Thank you for the ride, this has been the most wonderful place. Please just always remember what a special place this is, and don't take it for granted and be kind to each other. "

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 and Tuesday (September 22nd and 23rd) from 7:30am – 4:30pm.

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