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Senate Advances Police Reform Legislation

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The Massachusetts State Senate today made changes to an amendment to An Act relative to justice, equity and accountability in law enforcement in the Commonwealth, sent by Governor Baker, thereby allowing the original bill to advance to the House of Representatives for further consideration. In doing so, the Senate responded to the Governor’s concerns and potential veto of the legislation while maintaining the integrity of the original bill, one of the most comprehensive legislative responses in the nation to incidents involving police brutality.

Ethan Andrew Bagge, 22

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Ethan Andrew Bagge, age 22, of Holliston, passed away on December 18, 2020. Born in Boston, he was the son of Ruthanne Schill and Michael Bagge and brother to Nathaniel Bagge, all of Holliston. He leaves behind many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Lovingly known as “E”.

Ethan loved music, hockey(Demons Hockey Team), tennis, hiking and camping. A profound writer and philosopher with an artistic soul, Ethan will be deeply missed by those who loved him…his family, friends, teammates, roommates and camping buddies…and he loved them back.

Christmas Eve 2020 in Hopkinton airing on HCAM!

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Reservation Sign-up: Reservation are free but we encourage you to reserve a time slot needed for social distancing.

Thursday, Dec. 24th 8:00 PM “The Creche”

A Combined Christian Sunday Service
offers a Christmas Eve present to you and yours.

Christmas Eve on Thursday, December 24th at 8:00 pm

Community Notice: Water Discoloration due to Water Main break Repair

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Please be advised that crews are repairing a water break near Wilson and East Main. This will most likely cause discoloration throughout the center, Eastern and possibly Southern portions of town. Please check your water before using it and you may need to run your cold water after the break is repaired to help clear your lines.

Barbara F. Strickler, 86

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Barbara F. Strickler, 86, of Hopkinton, passed away on December 11, 2020. Born in Bergen, New Jersey, she was the only child of the late Bertha (Kluger) and David Fogelman. She was the wife of 57 years to the late Lawrence J. (Jerry) Strickler.

Hopkinton Police Chief, Joseph Bennett.. On Monday's 12/21 Hangout Hour!

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On the Monday, December 21st Hopkinton Hangout Hour at 2pm, Jim Cozzens will catch up with Hopkinton Police Chief, Joseph Bennett to discuss happenings at HPD. Join us with your questions!

Send us photos, comments or questions on our Facebook page , in the comments section our YouTube live stream of the program or by emailing [email protected].

Tune in to the Hopkinton Hangout Hour on HCAM-TV (Comcast: Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or at our YouTube page and also our Facebook page, every Monday at 2pm and Wednesday's at 7pm!

Hopkinton Scout, Daniel D'Alleva renovates Senior Center Patio for Eagle Scout Project

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Hopkinton Troop 1 Scout and Sophomore at Hopkinton High School, Daniel D’Alleva has done some tremendous work renovating the Senior Center patio for his Eagle scout project, we talked to Daniel about his efforts and you'll also see some great photos of his hard work in the video below.

2021 Annual Town Meeting Notice

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The 2021 Annual Town Meeting will commence on Monday, May 3, 2021. Please be advised that articles may be submitted to the Select Board/Town Manager’s office at this time. In accordance with the Town Charter, the warrant will close on February 2, 2021. Article language must be submitted to the Select Board/Town Manager’s office by Feb.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions December 17, 2020 update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here:
View full Update Release Above!

Town Of Hopkinton Property Valuations And Tax Rate Set For 2021

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has approved the proposed tax rate for the Town of Hopkinton for fiscal year 2021. The new tax rate for commercial, industrial, and business personal property will shift from $16.80 to $17.07 per $1,000 of assessed value; and for residential property from $16.82 to $17.08. The residential tax rate is one cent per $1,000 of assessed valuation higher because Hopkinton has adopted limited means tested tax exemptions for qualifying seniors, and those exemptions are funded out of the residential tax base.


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