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Statement from School Committee Nominee Kelly Knight

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One of the state mandated goals for a School Committee is to review and approve the school budget. Doing this right requires extensive discussion and prioritization among the administrators, superintendent, and the School Committee, leading up to the Annual Town Meeting vote. So how do we get there?

Our budgeting process must be open to the public and offer multiple opportunities for input. This requires an engaged and trusting community.

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Relive the Hiller Competitive Cheer winning a National Championship

The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders added another major trophy to the award case last March, as the girls took home first place in the Dance & Spirit Championship in Orlando, FL. The National Champions received a well deserved escort down Main Street towards the high school and were celebrated with car horns and cheering. Check out the recap of the Hillers performance in the championship and the celebratory ride home.

Tune into HCAM News every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm and 10pm!

Hillers Top Raiders

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The Hopkinton High Varsity Girls Tennis team were on the road Thursday to take on the Raiders of Wellesley. Hillers came out on top 3-2 in this non-league match. Coach Nancy Clark commented that it was a "Big win for us against very powerful Division 1 team." Hillers remain undefeated.

HOPKINTON POLICE UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

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On Saturday April 26, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hopkinton Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its seventh opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to the Hopkinton Police Department at 74 Main Street.

Statement from School Committee Nominee Lori Nickerson

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My passion to give back to the Hopkinton community is what drives me to seek election to the School Committee. Yet, it is my specialized skills as a corporate attorney that makes me uniquely qualified for the position.

Weston Nurseries welcomes Brian Scanlon as their new Hardscapes Sales Specialist

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Hopkinton, MA – Weston Nurseries welcomes Brian Scanlon as their new Hardscapes Sales Specialist. He will work out of the Hopkinton location but will oversee the stone business in their Chelmsford store as well.

Camp Bailout Is Accepting Applications for This Year's Camp

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Massachusetts Premiere Camp For Young Women
CAMP BAILOUT was designed by Lieutenant Evelyn Moraghan, a 17 year veteran of the Ashland Fire Department. The mission statement of CAMP BAILOUT is to encourage and promote the advancement of education, professionalism, and leadership skills to young women interested in the Fire and Emergency Services, on a career or volunteer level. The program is designed to provide a safe, dynamic, interactive, and physically challenging environment to gain strength and knowledge- while building confidence and leadership skills.

Hopkinton Middle School Spring Plant Sale

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To all Hopkinton Middle School students: Here's a chance to buy a beautiful plant for your loved ones without having them drive you to the store!

To order a plant, fill out an order form between April 30 and May 2 at lunch or drop off a form with a payment in The Sky’s the Limit box in the HMS office. Forms can be found here. Plants are $10 each.

Spectator Warned, Unofficial Runners Removed

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Spectators in Hopkinton: Several viewing areas in Hopkinton will have heightened security rules.
Spectators entering these areas will be required to pass through security checkpoints and all bags
and items being carried will be subject to screening by B.A.A. personnel, contracted private security
personnel, venue personnel, and law enforcement officers. Spectators are strongly encouraged to
carry personal items in clear plastic bags. Using a clear plastic bag to carry personal items will

St. Paul’s Invites All to Easter Services: Guest Preacher Brian Murdoch to Officiate

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HOPKINTON, MASS. (April 15, 2014) – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) invites its friends and neighbors to join in a celebration of the miracle of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday, April 20, led by guest celebrant Reverend Brian Murdoch. A Holy Eucharist, featuring the musicians and singers of St. Paul’s, will be held at 10:30 a.m. An Easter Egg hunt will follow the service.

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