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Help Govern Hopkinton!

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The Town of Hopkinton is encouraging all residents who are interested in helping govern Hopkinton to apply now for volunteer positions. If you have been curious or interested in giving your time, expertise or perspective on behalf of your community, now is an excellent time to get involved!

The Boards and Committees that currently have vacancies are:

Smilin' with Hillers Fockey

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Smilin' with Hillers Fockey
Join the Abbie Benford Memorial Fund, in conjunction with the Hopkinton Athletics Booster Club, as the Hopkinton High School Field Hockey Alumni take on the Hillers Varsity team in a benefit to support the Abbie Benford Memorial Fund. There will also be an adult exhibition game featuring fockey parents, teachers, and other community leaders! Enjoy an afternoon of Fun, Food, Silent Auction and Raffle.

“Don’t Just Set Goals, SCORE them!”
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Patients with CVS Caremark can once again fill prescriptions at Hopkinton Drug

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We are very pleased to report that Judge William Young of the U.S. District Court entered a preliminary injunction in favor of Hopkinton Drug against CVS Caremark to fully reinstate Hopkinton Drug as a Provider Pharmacy for all health plans for which CVS Caremark serves as pharmacy benefits manager. On June 23, CVS Caremark had issued a notice of termination of Hopkinton Drug effective July 3. Hopkinton Drug then sued CVS Caremark, alleging among other things that the termination was made in bad faith.

Roadwork Notice in Hopkinton

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Rubber Chip Seal resurfacing work is scheduled for Monday July 21 and Tuesday July 22 on the following streets.

7/21- Pond St – School St to Spring St
Hill St – Spring St to the Westboro town line.

7/22 – Saddle Hill Rd – From Daniel Shays (south) to 500’ North of Edgehill Rd.
College St – From Hayden Rowe St to the Holliston town line.

Work hours will be approximately 7am – 5pm.

One lane of traffic will be open during construction.

Sign Up Now for Fall HS Sports

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All fall athletes and their parents must now go online to fill out the emergency and registration forms. A Schoolwires account is needed to complete the form, if you do not already have an account please click here for directions. Make sure to read everything and fill out all the appropriate boxes on the form. If you have already filled out a paper form, we ask you to please fill out the new online form: Click here for the online form.

Snappy Dogs hit by car

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Snappy Dogs hot dog stand located by the back lot of Colella's Supermarket on 61 Main Street was reportedly hit by a car and moved off the balancing beam sometime Tuesday Night (July 15th) and Wednesday Morning (July 16th). No major damage was caused and they remain open normal hours for business. Police are investigating the situation and looking for the driver. If you have any information please contact the Hopkinton Police Department Crime Tip Line 508-497-9785.

Road Work will begin on Friday July 18th

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Crack sealing work will begin on Friday July 18 on the following streets. One lane of traffic will be open at all times. Work is expected to take about ten days. Work hours will be approximately 7am – 4pm.

Warren Noel LaBonte, 94

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Warren Noel LaBonte, 94, formerly of Springfield, MA died Wednesday July 9th, 2014 at Wingate at Springfield. Warren was a son of Albert and Wilhelmina (Saxe) LaBonte, and was born on June 12, 1920 in Longmeadow MA. He was a decorated World War II Veteran, serving in the Navy on the USS Raymond (DE-341). Warren fought to assist the American naval victory in the Battle off Samar Island in October 25, 1944 in the Philippine Sea. His military honors include the Presidential Unit Citation, American Theatre Ribbon, Philippine Liberation Ribbon, Asiatic-Pacific Ribbon and the WWII Victory Medal.

School Committee Plans for the Year Ahead

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The School Committee met Monday, July 14th to discuss multiple budget, policy, and evaluation matters pertinent to the upcoming school year.

At the start of the meeting, Tim Kearnan presented to the committee as the new principal of Hopkins school. Mr. Kearnan gave his background and stated his goals for the upcoming school year. Superintendent MacLeod updated the committee on a grant for new LED lighting around the schools, and Ralph Dumas updated the committee on the RFP process and the exciting new allocation of funds in that area.

Greetings From Our New Hopkins Principal

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Dear Hopkins' Students, Families, and Community Members,


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