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Watch Now: Hope through Community Book Launch on HCAM

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Cheryl Perreault, Cynthia Franca along with numerous artists throughout the world were live on HCAM to reveal work from their newly released book, "Hope Through Community: Words and Images through a Global Pandemic". View some highlights from there book launch below.

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Watch Now: HCA Co-Director, Kris Waldman talks leaving after 15 years of service

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After 15 years of service, Hopkinton Center for the Arts Co-Director, Kris Waldman will be departing the center for new adventures. We caught up with her to talk about her wonderful career at the HCA so sit back, relax and enjoy our conversation with Kris Waldman.

HCA Co-Director, Kris Walden, Hope Through Community Book Launch and more... On HCAM News Live!

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On the Thursday, December 10th HCAM News Live at 6:30pm, we talk with Co-Director of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Kris Waldman who is leaving after 15 years of service, we have scenes from the Hope Through Community Book Launch and Hopkinton Health Director, Shaun McAuliffe gives a health update on our Hopkinton Hangout Hour plus we will let you know about many other happenings around town!

Also, we want to know what is your favorite Holiday or Christmas movie? Feel free to submit us your answers!

Holiday Traditions... On the Hangout Hour Wednesday, Dec 9th at 7pm!

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On the Wednesday, December 9th Hopkinton Hangout Hour at 7pm, Mike Torosian and Matt Clark will talk about Holiday Traditions. Please join us and share your favorite holiday traditions! If you'd like to come on the show and talk about Holiday Traditions with us, email [email protected]! Also feel free to share in our Facebook or Youtube live feed comment sections.

MIAA Winter Sports, NFL Playoff Picture and more... On HCAM Sports Live!

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Our 11th edition of HCAM Sports Talk Live takes place at 3pm Wednesday, Dec 9th. Jared Keene and Kevin Stone from the Metrowest Daily News join us on the show where we will discuss High School Winter Sports, the Patriots impressive win over the Chargers and we'll have our Week 14 NFL Picks plus more!

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

The Hopkinton Women's Club is celebrating 100 years

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The members filled a Time Capsule to be opened in 50 years. Nancy Tarsi, Club President, and Barbara Buchner, Secretary, closed the capsule which contains Club minutes, reports on all their activities, donations to local charities and their Hopkinton High School Scholarship Fund plus documentation of the year 2020; newspaper articles, pictures, food ads and much more. For more information about the Women's Club go to our website Our next meeting is January 11 at 10:00 am. via Zoom. New members and guests are always welcomed.

MAPC Pledge Petition Presented at December 8th Hopkinton Select Board Meeting

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Ahead of the upcoming Hopkinton Select Board meeting, a local petition has gathered a number of signatures in favor of the Board affirming support for a regional approach to addressing systemic racism.

The Select Board will discuss the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) proposal on Tuesday December 8th, 6pm, in a session allowing community commentary. The Select Board has discussed this subject in prior meetings as well.

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: November 30th-December 5th

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According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton November 30th through December 5th was 44.6 degrees, the lowest was 32.9 degrees. Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 36.3 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 95%, the peak was 97% while the lowest was 92%. Rain & Snow accumulated 1.23 inches last week. You can see all the averages for Hopkinton below and be on the lookout for future weather updates in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Public Library: The Borders of Our Minds (on Zoom) Tuesday, December 8 7:00 pm

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Join historian and journalist David Mould on a journey to borders, both real and imagined. In his latest book on travel, history and culture, Postcards from the Borderlands, David explores the meaning of borders. Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? Some borders, set by surveys and treaties, take no account of geography, language, and culture. There are borders within countries - physical, economic, or social. And finally there are the borders of our minds - the way we may think of unfamiliar places.

Legislature Passes Balanced Budget with Targeted Investments in Housing, Economic Development and Food Security

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The Massachusetts Legislature today passed its Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) budget, which invests in programs and services across the Commonwealth. Funded at $46.2 billion, the budget aims to address the sweeping effects of the global pandemic by making targeted investments in housing, food security, and substance use addiction services, as well as domestic violence, sexual assault treatment and prevention programs.


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