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Video: Hopkinton Historical Society Honors Joe Colella

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The Hopkinton Historical Society hosted their annual open house last Saturday night. This year they dedicated the museum room to Joe Colella, Colella played a key role in developing and maintaining the Historical Society. In the below video, Historical Society member Russ Greve talked about some of the many contributions Joe Colella made to the community and Historical Society.

Video: Weston Nurseries Celebrates 25 Years of Outdoor Train Display

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During their customer appreciation weekend, Weston Nurseries celebrated the 25th year of their outdoor train display. Train enthusiast Stitch who maintains the train display at Weston Nurseries also put together an additional train display in a green room at Weston Nurseries as seen in the story image to the right.

Video: Hopkinton Lions Club 2016 Grocery Dash

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The Hopkinton Lions club chose 2 lucky raffle winners that won 4 minutes to run around Price Chopper and grab just about whatever groceries they can get their hands on. Bill Muench of the Hopkinton Lions Club stated the proceeds from the raffle went to benefit Project Just Because, Mass Eye research among numerous other local causes.

History of Chinese Fans at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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Come to the Hopkinton Center for the Arts on Thursday, October 27 at 7:00 PM to learn about Chinese fans. Zhiqi Liu, Juliana Wong, and Dongtao Huang will offer a short lecture on the art and history of the Chinese fan, then will help you paint and create a fan, tied with a Chinese knot! This event is aimed at adults but will be suitable for children aged 10 or older.

Registration is required. Contact Heather Backman at [email protected] or 508-497-9777 to register.

Anjali Mitter Duva at the Hopkinton Senior Center

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Anjali Mitter Duva, author of Faint Promise of Rain, will speak about Indian history and dance at the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street, on Wednesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM and will demonstrate Indian dance. She will also bring delicious samosas to try! Books will be available for purchase at the end of the evening. The event is sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library.

Hillers Sports Update 10-3-2016

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-Hillers Varsity Field Hockey improved to 6-1-2 on Friday with a 4-0 win over Bellingham.

-Hillers Varisty Football fell to 1-3 on Friday with a 35-16 loss to Norton.

-Hillers Boys Soccer fell to 3-5-1 with a 1-0 loss to Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Girls Soccer improved to 2-3-4 with a 2-0 win over Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Volleyball improved to 9-1 with a 3-0 shutout over Medway Friday.

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Boston Jeweler is “Going to the Dogs”

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Harper & Faye Jewelers Inventory Clearance Sale to Benefit Greyhound Friends

Hopkinton, MA-Those shopping for fine jewelry and American crafts can now assist nonprofit rescue shelter Greyhound Friends and their ongoing quest to care for greyhounds and hounds and adopt them into loving homes.

Video: Hopkinton Resident, James Valis awarded as top 40 local business leader by Worcester Business Journal

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Thirty-Nine year old James Valis is a founding partner of Blackstone Valley Welath Management LLC. located at 22 South St. in Hopkinton and he is celebrating a prestigious honor. James was awarded by the Worcester Business Journal as one of the top 40 local business leaders under 40 years old.

James grew up in the Worcester area and stayed around the area until he went for his Masters of Business Degree from Bryant University. James and his founding partner Gregg Manis set up their private wealth management service in Hopkinton about 3 and a half years ago.

The Emerging Trend of Telemedicine

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In this age of high technology, going to a doctor is taking on a new twist. Telemedicine – the exchange of information via electronic means to improve a patient’s health – is rapidly changing the practice of medicine.

Tips from Angel's: Importance of Pollinator Plants

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With summer coming to an end, Owner of Angel’s Garden Center, Jeff Doherty shared with us why pollinator plants are an important addition to your garden to maintain our food source in his new segment on HCAM news called Tips from Angel’s.


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