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Watch Now: Hiller Girls Soccer defeats Norwood and Holliston

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Hopkinton Hillers Girls Soccer has been on a role in their last 2 games defeating Norwood on Friday, September 10th and Holliston on Monday, September 13th. View the latest highlights below.

9/10/21 -Hopkinton Girls Soccer defeats Norwood Mustangs 3-0 at home!
Sophomore, Georgina Clarke netted a pair of Goals. Lexy Trendel also struck for a goal in the shutout win. Ava Perlov and Brooke Birtwistle had assists in the win.

Pop-Up Book Sale at Hopkinton Public Library Sat, September 18th 10am-2pm

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Friends of the Hopkinton Library will be hosting a pop-up book sale at the entrance of the Hopkinton Public Library on September 18th at 10am until 2pm. Book selections include: Fiction, Children's, Mystery, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction and Biography.

Hopkinton Hillers Sports News & Notes 9-13-2021

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-Hopkinton Hillers Boys Soccer Ties 2-2 with Holliston in a road game.
Hopkinton and Holliston each captured a standings point with a draw. Owen Schnur & Pierce Farrell netted goals assisted by Sean Golbiewski & Sam Vasington. Both teams are now 2-0-1 on the season.

-Hopkinton Girls Soccer defeats Holliston Panthers 4-2 at home!
Sophomore, Georgina Clarke netted 3 goals, Nina Tzouganatos also netted a goal assisted by Georgia Clarke. Hillers improve to 2-1-0 on the season, Holliston falls to 1-1-1.

St. Paul’s Fall Rummage Sale October 2

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Bargain hunters won’t want to miss the St. Paul’s Rummage Sale on Saturday, October 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There will be some great deals on adult and children’s apparel and accessories, and other household items! St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is located at 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Women's Club Sign sale at Polyarts

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Please stop by the Hopkinton Women’s Club booth at PolyArts (Sept. 18) and purchase a sign or two. These are handmade and limited-edition signs just in time for autumn. All proceeds support our charitable endeavors. Cash or checks preferred.

Hopkinton Women’s Club Monday, September 20, 2021 Program Topic: “Women of the FBI”

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The Hopkinton Women’s Club will be holding its monthly meeting on Monday, September 20, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Please join us. The meeting location TBD; either Zoom or in-person. Contact Judith Weinthaler, Membership Chair, at [email protected] or [email protected] for information.

Hopkinton Hillers Fall 2021 Week 2 Broadcast Schedule

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Check out the updated Hopkinton Hillers broadcast schedule below. (Schedule is subject to change at anytime.) Check this page for any changes!

All games will air live on our HCAM-TV (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or HCAM-ED Channel (Comcast Channel 96, Verizon Channel 31) and our Youtube Page.

Week 2 Broadcast Schedule:

Hillers Fall Season Live on HCAM Channels &

Harold D. Schmidt, 84

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Harold D. Schmidt, 84, of Hopkinton, passed away Wednesday, September 8, 2021. Born in Paterson, New Jersey, he was the son of the late Marion (Koss) Schmidt and Herbert D. Schmidt. He was the husband of 52 years to the late Carolyn (Prosser) Schmidt.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Select Board swearing-in ceremony for William R. Miller, Fire Chief.

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Chief, William Miller was sworn in as Hopkinton's next Fire Chief, view press release below and watch swearing-in ceremony.

"Town Manager Norman Khumalo, the Hopkinton Select Board and the Hopkinton Fire Department are pleased to announce that Deputy Chief William Miller has been selected to be the town’s new fire chief following the upcoming retirement of Chief Stephen Slaman.

Watch Now: Select Board Recognizes Kathy LaFlash for 26 years of Service

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The Select Board recognized Kathy Laflash, who served on the Personnel Committee for 26 years. "The nomination for recognition was submitted by Bob Levenson, who noted that Kathy's guidance, counsel, and wisdom have helped the town successfully address numerous and complicated Human Resource-related challenges for two and 1/2 decades. Both town employees and the town's residents have benefited from her contributions."


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