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Vehicle Identification Etching Program Nov. 6th

The Hopkinton Police Department, in conjunction with the Governor's Auto Theft Strike ofrce, a unit of the Massachusetts State Police, will be sponsoring an Auto Glass Etching Program on Saturday, November 6, 2010 from 9am to 2pm at the DPW garage on Fruit Street.

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Hopkinton Family Hosts Foreign Exchange Student

Bill and Linda Casey and their son Will are hosts to one of Hopkinton's foreign exchange students, Tingsong Fu, from China. In this HCAM News video, staff reporter Mark Collins talks with Tingsong and the Caseys about their experience.

"We want to learn more about the rest of the world," says Casey. "We want to learn about China."

The Hopkinton School Committee: Why Retiring the Center School is the Best Option

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This is an article submitted by the Hopkinton School Committee that talks about their decision not to renovate Center School.

Philip J. Paradis, 49

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Philip J. Paradis, 49, died unexpectedly at home on October 29, 2010. He was the father of Daniel Paradis of Sutton. Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Alverie and Rita (Heaton) Paradis.

Philip was a 1983 graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy. He was employed by St. Cobain Company of Worcester for 20 years. He was an avid fishermen, hunter and golfer and most of all enjoyed spending time with family.

DPW Finishes Drainage Repair Work

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The Department of Public Works (DPW) is pleased to announce completion of approximately $31,000 in drainage repair work throughout the Town. This work was funded through FEMA reimbursements associated with the March 2010 storms. Culvert replacement work took place on North Mill Street, Winter Street, Fourth Road and Berry Acres. Anyone with any questions on this project is encouraged to contact the Hopkinton DPW at (508) 497-9768.

I want to commend Brendan O’Regan and the Highway Department team for a job well done.

Norman Khumalo
Town Manager

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Marine Corps Marathon Receives Flame of Marathon

Celebrating the military roots of long distance running, the Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) received the Flame of Marathon from the Municipality of Greece, during a ceremony held in Hopkinton, the sister-city of Marathon. The Flame of Marathon was created in 2007 in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Athenians, in Marathon, Greece the site of the historic Battle of Marathon in 490 BC.

High School Pep Rally Video Posted

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The HCAM program of the High School Pep Rally, held October 15, 2010 at the HS Field House, has now been posted at

Noreen M. Deletti, 40

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Noreen M. Deletti, 40, of Norwood died unexpectedly October 24, 2010. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of Albert E. Deletti and his partner Karyn McKenzie of Hopkinton and Diane L. Raftery and her partner John Pasciuti of Framingham. She was the fiance of Anthony Scarcella of Dedham.

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Second Episode of "The Principal's Office" Features Chinese Program at High School

The staff at HCAM have recently completed the production of the second episode of "The Principal's Office", the first original series being produced for HCAM Education, Hopkinton's Educational Access Channe, seen on Comcast Channel 10, Verizon Channel 31 and on-line at

The latest edition of this series that features Hopkinton High School Principal Alyson Geary introduces the viewers to the high school's new Mandarin Chinese teacher, Ms. Jiling Pan.

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Hopkinton Center for the Arts Red Carpet Event November 5

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts will be holding a Red Carpet Event on Friday, November 5 from 7:00 p.m. to midnight at the Doubletree Hotel in Westboro. This elegant, Hollywood-themed evening will be hosted by Doug Meehan, former helicopter reporter with Fox 25 News, and include hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, "Shhh- Auction" items, a beautiful art exhibit and sale, and live music by Hot Acoustics with special guest Barbara Kessler.

Tickets are $60 per person and are available via


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