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Movie Night to Raise Funds for Hopkinton HS Alpine Race Team

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The Hopkinton High School Alpine Race Team will be screening a premiere of this years 2016 MSP Ski Movie - RUIN & ROSE. As part of the Premiere World Tour and stopping in our very own Middle School Auditorium. Check out the Trailer on youtube. Screening will be at 7pm, $10 tickets sold at the door. Our efforts will support fundraising for the establishment of Hopkinton High School very first Alpine Race Team. Proceeds from fundraising will be targeted to cover team costs and reduce direct costs to students/racers to ensure our team is a great success.

Hillers to Play First Game of the Season at Hopkinton HS. 9/30

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After playing their first 2 home games at Medway High School, the Hillers will take the field at David M. Hughes stadium for the first time this season on Friday (Sept 30th). The 1-2 Hillers will welcome in TVL rival, 2-1 Norton Lancers. Drought conditions and needed repairs to the irrigation system for the fields delayed the 1st game at Hopkinton High School, but the necessary repairs have been made and the field restored and ready for Football!

Video: Michael Lisnow Respite Center 5K 2016 Preview

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The Michael Lisnow Respite Center is hosting their 19th annual 5K on Saturday October 15th. Ricardo Barraza stopped by the HCAM studios to talk about the event. The event will take place at the town common and start at 9am, registration will be open at 8:30. In addition to the run/walk 5k there will be fun and games for all members of the family. See more in the video below and to register visit their website:!

Keefe Tech Students Put Skills To Work For Natick House Building Project

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FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical School is pleased to announce that juniors and seniors from their Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing career and technical programs will use their skills to build a duplex home located at 299/301 Bacon Street in Natick, MA, in partnership with Natick Housing Trust and Family Promise of Natick.

HMS Sports Updates 9-27-2016

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Update by: Keith Verra
Jesse Chambers scored a goal off an assist from Ethan Champlin as the HMS boys’ soccer team fell to defeat yesterday versus Milford. Patrick Crantz played very well in Goal. The boys next play at Millis on Thursday. Friday’s game has been rescheduled until October 19.

The Hopkinton Middle School cross country teams beat Medfield on Medfield’s hilly 2-mile course on September 26. Hopkinton’s girls won, 25-31, and the boys won, 24-31.

Early Voting in Hopkinton Monday October 24th - November 4th

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Town Clerk, Connor Degan released the below press release. The press release is about a new law that allows residents to vote early. If election day does not work great for you, you may now vote October 24th through November 4th by mail or at town hall. This is another method to vote besides on election day or through absentee voting. View full details below.

Ninth Annual Haunted Trail Walk

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The Woodville Trailbusters 4H Club are hosting their annual Haunted Trail Walk Fundraiser on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 5:30-8:30 PM at 25 Winter Street in Hopkinton. The cost is $3 per child and $5 per adult. There will be popcorn, candied apples, and cider. Admission includes a guided trail walk, a hay ride, and games.

No drop-offs, please. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Tom Ingrassia at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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On Wednesday, October 5 at 7:00 PM, radio host Tom Ingrassia will speak on his award winning book, "Reflections of a Love Supreme: Motown Through the Eyes of Fans", at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. Mr. Ingrassia will draw from his wealth of Motown knowledge for this history of original American music you won’t want to miss!

The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library.

Video: Marty's Hosts Grand Opening

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Marty's liquor store hosted their grand opening. Some wine and booze samples were available as well as food and entertainment. The store located in the same building as CVS or the former Colella's features a variety of liquors foods and much more. The business has been family owned and operated at their Newton location since 1948.

Hillers Sports Update 9-26-2016

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- Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey (4-1-2) lost to Nipmuc 1-0

- Hillers Girls Soccer (1-3-3) tied a tough Millis (5-3-1) team 0-0.

- Hillers Boys Soccer (3-3-1) ties Millis (2-4-2) 1-1

Contributed Updates:
The 8th grade field hockey team dominated at Natick yesterday with a 3-0 win. Excellent offensive pressure the entire game prevented Natick from taking a single shot on goal. Two goals from Alyssa Souza and another from Sarah Doyle were all assisted by Tate Frederick. Nice job for such a solid team effort -kudos Team!


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