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HopkintonWX.com Update

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Winter has returned! Stormy week with temps dropping to potential record cold next weekend!

Super Bowl Prediction

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It all comes down to this: the Super Bowl! This Super Bowl will be the Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers at 6:30 pm in Santa Clara, CA. This matchup is between the top 2 teams in both conferences. The Panthers have been the Super Bowl favorite ever since the regular season began and they are many peoples pick to win on Sunday. QB Cam Newton is an MVP favorite this year and has had the best season in his young career. He has playmakers on offense with WR Ted Ginn Jr, RB Jonathan Stewart, and TE Greg Olsen at his disposal.

Hopkinton Named One of the Safest Towns in Massachusetts

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An organization called Safewise, who works to increase home and community safety released the "Top 20 Safest Cities in Massachusetts for 2016" list and Hopkinton is ranked towards the top of the list.

Editorial: Supporting Marty Lamb for Republican State Committee

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We are writing in support of Marty Lamb for Republican State Committee. Marty is a true leader with pure motives.

As one of the chairmen of the successful effort to repeal automatic gas tax hikes, Marty built a grassroots team of over 1000 volunteers. The effort to stop the worst tax increase in history of our state helped GOP candidates and helped carry Charlie Baker into office!

Moreover, Marty Lamb saved us all money at the pump.

We are proud to endorse a true conservative leader for Republican State Committeeman. He will put people ahead of personal gain.

Laughter Ensues in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

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Tony Award Winning Musical at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts this March

(February 4, 2016 - HOPKINTON, MA) — Enter Stage Left Theater (ESL) presents The 25th

Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for two weekends of performances this March in

Hopkinton. The show centers on a fictional spelling bee taking place in the geographically

ambiguous Putnam Valley Middle School, where six quirky adolescents compete in the Bee, run

by three equally quirky grown-ups. Directed by Denise Laumeister. Music Direction by Henry

Trash Pickup is OFF for February 5, 2016

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Trash and recyclables collection is suspended by EL Harvey for the rest of today, Friday, February 5th. EL Harvey will collect the remainder of Friday's trash and recyclables on Saturday, February 6th in addition to the normal Saturday collection.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
John K. Westerling
Director of Public Works

Coloring for Grown-Ups

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You're never too old to break out the art supplies! Whether you're an experienced colorist or just interested in seeing what's so popular about the new big thing, join us at the Hopkinton Public Library at 65 South Street for a drop-in evening of relaxing coloring! Colored pencils, markers, and pictures to color will be provided - or bring your own materials if you prefer. The event takes place on Wednesday, February 24 with drop-in starting at 6:30 PM. Open to high schoolers and adults.

Senate Passes Public Records Reform Bill

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BOSTON, MA – Today the Massachusetts State Senate unanimously passed legislation reforming how the state handles public records. The legislation, originally sponsored by Senator Jason Lewis, is the first update to the public records law since the early 1970s.

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Video: Meet the Elmwood Principal Candidates

The School Committee narrowed down the search to fill the Principal position at Elmwood school to two candidates. Former Principal David Ljungberg left to take a position in the School administration central office in September. The two candidates include the current Interim Principal, Anne M. Carver and Kathleen Gerber, who is currently working in the Franklin school system.

Anne M. Carver started teaching straight out of college and taught in Worcester 26 years before coming to Elmwood. Carver taught Kindergarten though 2nd grade in Worcester. "As I finished my career in teaching, I had been encouraged to take on some leadership roles in the school." Carver served as the Assistant Principal for 2 years at Elmwood under David Ljungberg until taking over as Interim Principal this past September. At the candidates Q&A with the public, a couple parents of students referenced Carver taking over as Principal as "a seamless transition" and complimented her professionalism addressing situations with students.

Kathleen Gerber has taught in multiple states throughout her 27 year career including; Maryland, Texas, Arkansas and Massachusetts. Gerber has been with the Franklin school system for the last several years. Gerber began her career in Franklin as a Speech Language Pathologist and has been the Assistant Principal for the past 3 years. "The Elmwood job was appealing to me because it was a 2-3 building, I love 2nd and 3rd grade curriculum." Gerber also mentioned that much of the school improvement plan is very appealing to her; "the response to intervention process speaks near and dear to my heart, how do we differentiate instruction to make children successful. Also I've been working with writing trajectories and being able to talk about essential questions and that seems to align with your school improvement plan."

Hear much more from the candidates in the video below.

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Hopkinton High School TV Website is up!

Hopkinton High School now has their own TV club. One of their projects is producing a bi-weekly 5-6 minute newscast filling the community and student body in with what is happening around the High School. You can view the newscasts and extended versions of the news segments at www.hcam.tv/hhstv.

Below, check out the 1st HHS TV newscast that will be played to the student body and on HCAM-ED.

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