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Video: Hopkinton Hangout Hour Episode #24 4-27-2020

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HCAM's "Hopkinton Hangout Hour" returned Monday. On the 24th edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour, Matt Romeling and Andy Barron from MYFM 101.3 radio joined us to discuss the NFL Draft.

Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Tuesday, April 28th at 2pm. In the episode we discuss the Art of Neighboring with Karen Cooprider.

Reading, Teaching & NFL Draft.. On The Hangout Hour

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The Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Monday, April 27th at 2pm. In the first half hour we talk with Margie Wiggins about being a reading specialist and in the 2nd half Matt Romeling and Andy Barron from MYFM 101.3 radio join us to discuss the NFL Draft.

Joseph Jesensky, 73

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Joseph Jesensky, 73, of Hopkinton, passed away Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at Milford Regional Hospital following a short battle with Covid-19. Born in Czhechoslovaki Ruzomberok, Czechoslovakia, he was the son of the late Frances (Grunstein) and Alexander Jesensky.

Joseph was a resident Hopkinton for 42 years. Among his many interests, he was an avid collector of model trains, a lover of classic movies and an enthusiastic gardener. His greatest love of all, though, was for his family.

Edmund "Ned" F. Leger Sr., 93

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Edmund "Ned" F. Leger Sr., 93, of Hopkinton, died peacefully after a short battle with Covid-19 on April 23, 2020. Born in Walpole, MA in 1927 he served in the Coast Guard on troop transport ships during WWII. He was Director of Maintenance at the Charles River Hospital in Wellesley, MA for many years.

Memories and Reflections from the 118th Boston Marathon

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What is your favorite Boston Marathon memory? Have you lived in Hopkinton for many years and attended every start? Do you have a special experience or a number of events that you think about when you think back to the different races over the years? Do you remember the start way back when, or are you more recently involved with the events of Marathon Monday in Hopkinton. Here is a look back at memories and reflections from the 118th Boston Marathon in 2014.

The Knights of Columbus Helping Hands Program

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In light of the challenges created by COVID-19 for many in our community, The Knights of Columbus, in collaboration with St. John the Evangelist Parish of Hopkinton and St. Cecilia Parish of Ashland are launching a Helping Hands Program to provide assistance to those who may need a little extra help during this difficult time.

We understand that social distancing, business closures, and limitations on food, medications and other critical supplies has created severe hardships for some in our community.

The Knights of Columbus want to help.

Video: Hopkinton Hangout Hour Episode #23 4-24-2020

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HCAM's "Hopkinton Hangout Hour" returned Friday. On Episode #23 of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour we talked with Ashland Legion Baseball Head Coach, Jake Obid about the status of Sports and in the 2nd half hour we talked with School Superintendent, Dr. Carol Cavanaugh.

Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Monday, April 27th at 2pm. In the first half hour we talk with Margie Wiggins about being a reading specialist and in the 2nd half Matt Romeling and Andy Barron from MYFM 101.3 radio join us to discuss the NFL Draft.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions April 23, 2020 PM update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here: https://coronavirus-hopkintonma.hub.arcgis.com/

Legislature Acts to Allow Virtual Notarization

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Today House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Senate President Karen E. Spilka along with their colleagues in the House of Representatives and the Senate passed legislation to authorize notary publics to perform notary actions using video conferencing during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Senate Passes Bill to Enhance Access to Safety Net Resources to Most Vulnerable Residents Amid COVID-19

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The Massachusetts State Senate on Thursday passed legislation that makes it easier for residents who have lost incomes due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis to access critical safety net programs.

The bipartisan legislation temporarily prohibits the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) from denying applications for the Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) program or the Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled and Children (EAEDC) program on the bases of those programs’ asset limits.

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