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Barbara J. Comeau, 56

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Barbara J. Comeau, 56, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, December 21, 2014. Born in Canada, she was the daughter of Janet Louise Douglass and the late Richard Nelson Clark.

Barbara was a graduate of Atlantic Business College and had worked at Collella's in Hopkinton. She enjoyed knitting, baking, and was involved in the Michael Lisnow Respite Center and participated in Michael's Run.

ESBC Convenes for Final 2014 Meeting

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On Monday, December 22nd, the ESBC meets LIVE at HCAM studios for their final 2014 meeting. At this meeting, the committee will discuss the next public forums, and what the committee has planned before the next Town Meeting. Task groups will report their findings, and the committee will be updated on community outreach efforts.

Richard Bergeron, 59

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Richard Bergeron, 59, of Milford, died on Friday, December 19, 2014 at Lahey Clinic Hospital in Burlington. He was the son of the late Mary Louise (Halley) and the late Normand Bergeron. Richard was a 1973 graduate of Hopkinton High School and served in the US Marines as a Corporal. He was a construction foreman for Margurite Concrete, Inc. of Hopedale for many years. Richard was a devoted father and dedicated his life to his family and his many friends.

Warn Your Teen About Posting Personal Information on the Internet

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Thanks to the Internet, your teen can travel the world with the click of a mouse. He can access information in minutes that once would have taken days of time and possibly thousands of dollars in cost. The Internet is a great learning tool with thousands of reliable and helpful sites.
But the Internet can also hold dangers for your teen. They are found on websites with inappropriate or harmful content and in the social media that many teens use to talk about various subjects.

Spencer C. Richardson, 73

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Spencer C. Richardson, 73, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, December 18, 2014 at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Born in Newton, he was the son of the late Alice (Porter) and George Prentiss Richardson. He was the husband of 48 years to Barbara (Benzon) Richardson of Hopkinton.

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Video Segment: Hopkinton Drug hosted 26th Annual Open House

Hopkinton Drug hosted their annual open house, the event featured some sing-a-longs and instrument playing for the kids, popcorn, cookies and snowman design. There was also a raffle for Project Just Because to benefit those in need and many other events that took place throughout the open house weekend. HCAM news caught up with Project Manager Terry Anthony.

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Video Segment: Hillers Sports Recap 12-18-2014

The Hopkinton Hillers opened up the 2014-2015 season against the Bellingham Blackhawks after coming off a 12-8-1 season last year, and they opened it up just the way they wanted.

7:48 left in the first, Billy Allen passes to Captain Jordon Carroll, and Caroll zooms it through for a goal made it 1-0 Hopkinton. Then later in the 1st period Will Abbot had a beauty of a pass to Nikolai Saporoschetz who goes left side on Blackhawks goalie Josh Morse to make it 2-0 with 3:29 left in the 1st frame. Moments later Saporschetz goes around the net and trickles it by Morse again to make it 3-0 Hillers with 2:11 left to go in the first.

In the 2nd period the wrath of the Hillers continued as Cam Finlayson on the rebound makes it 4-0 at 5:25 left in the period. Will Abbott continued the offense putting in the 5th Hillers goal with 12:31 left in the 3rd. Freshman Owen Delaney gets in on the action adding a 6th goal with just over 6 minutes left

The Hopkinton Hillers take game 1 in style over Bellingham 6-0, Sophomore Goalie Tim McGrath had 12 saves in the shutout. Bellinghams Josh Morse had 34 saves. Nikolai Saparoshetz had a pair of goals and assists while Will Abbott and Jordan Caroll each had a goal and 2 assists. For More Information on Hillers Hockey: http://www.hcam.tv/news/hillers-win-season-opener

Also in Hillers sports, Boys and Girls indoor track and field start off 3 and 0. For more information

Hillers Basketball also started the season this week:

Friday December 12th
Boys Basketball: Dover-Sherborn Beat Hopkinton 51-39

Girls Basketball: Hopkinton beat Dover-Sherborn 47-30

Tuesday December 16th
Hillers Girls Basketball beat Millis 59-52

Safety Info From Transportation Department

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Earlier today, the Transportation Safety Review Committee met to discuss an issue of concern to all parents and their students; i.e. student safety at bus stops. The Committee agreed to ask parents to remind their students to be extra careful at this time of the year due to darkness in the early mornings and late afternoons. If a student has to cross a street to get onto the school bus, the student should always wait for a signal from the bus driver before leaving the bus stop to board the bus.

Hillers Boys and Girls Indoor Track & Field

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Indoor Track & Field

12/13/14 – Hopkinton Boys and Girls both start off 1-0 after wins against Medfield.

Boys beat Medfield 47-39
Girls beat Medfield 73-13

Boys 1st Place: Jake Benson (Hurdle), Ryan Branch (660 M), Evan Park (1000 M), Brian Gao (2 Mile), Declan McWilliams (Shot Put)

Girls 1st Place: Nicole Belisle (Hurdle), Allison Walsh (Dash), Lauren Hazzard (1 Mile), Isabelle Giordano (600 M), Emilie Mastrianni (300 M), Caitlyn Halloran (High Jump), MP Monks (1000 M), Kerry Driscoll (2 Mile), Relay: Hopkinton

Indoor Track & Field

High School Cans All Dances Due To Dirty Dancing

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A letter distributed by the High School Administration today announces no more Dances at the High School:

As you may have heard from your son/daughter, we have decided that we will no longer offer dances held at the high school including the 9/10th grade Cotillion in March. This decision excludes the Junior Prom. The Prom is held at a different venue and student behavior has not been of significant concern in the past.

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