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Mid Week Hiller Update

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On Tuesday, the Varsity Golf team traveled to Maple Gate C.C. and defeated a very good Medway team by the score of 246 - 256. The Hillers record is now 8 -0 and the Mustangs from Medway fall to 6-2. Leading the way once again for the Hillers was Sr. Capt. Jimmy Hervol who shot an even par 36. Jr. Matt Johnson followed up with a 39. Three of our Hillers all shot 42's today - Geoff Holler - Jake Doherty - & Connor Czerepuszko. Drew Simi & Matt Locke (playing in his 1st Varsity Match) both shot scores of 45's for their nine holes.

Center Trail and Hopkinton Mews Discussed at Conservation Commission

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The Conservation Commission met Monday, September 22nd, to discuss a number of building projects around town with concern to their environmental disturbance and impact.

Anita Elizabeth Smith, 89

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Anita Elizabeth Smith, 89, of Sudbury and formerly of Holliston, passed away Monday, September 22, 2014. Born in Holliston, she was the daughter of the late Edith (Collins) and Arthur Edward Jones. She was the wife of 68 years to Robert Smith of Hopkinton and formerly of Holliston.

Anita was a longtime member of the Congregational Church and a past matron of Myrtle Chapter order of the Eastern Star. She was an avid gardener and loved to travel.

Football, Soccer Win, Fockey Ties, Volleyball loses in 4

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On Saturday in Upton, the Hiller football team dominated on both sides of the ball with a 33-0 win over Nipmuc. They play the Panthers in Holliston on Friday, September 26 and 7:00pm.

Monday was a good night at the Bellingham Soccer pitch for the Hiller Soccer Teams as they both won 1-0. Both Teams will host the Millis Mohawks on Wednesday, September 24, starting with the Girls at 5:00pm and the Boys at 6:45pm.

Monday was good for the Field Hockey Team as well and got a 2nd Half goal from Julia Macchi to earn 1pt with a 1-1 tie with Medfield at home.

Planning Board Approves 203 Pond Street Conditions

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The Planning Board met on September 22 to discuss conditions for the 203 Pond Street development that included trees, the new culvert and the construction of the roadway for the development. In attendance were applicants John Coolidge and Anne Richards, engineers Eric Dias and Garrett Tunisian and developer consultant David Wluka.

St Pauls 23rd Annual "Blessing of the Animals" October 5th

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HOPKINTON, MA (September 23, 2014) – All creatures great and small – including furry friends or feathered fowl -- are invited to receive a special blessing at St. Paul’s 23nd Annual Blessing of the Animals on October 5.

HCA aims to wrap up capital campaign

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts’ renovation and expansion is well underway at 98 Hayden Rowe Street, and supporters hope to raise the remaining $350,000 needed to pay for it before the end of the year.

Harold Edwin Tolstrup, 87

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Harold Edwin Tolstrup, 87, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, September 18, 2014 at the Kindred Nursing Home in Westborough. Born in Melrose, he was the son of the late Evelyn (Ryder) and Paul Tolstrup. He was the husband of 50 years to Lillian (Blanchard) Tolstrup of Hopkinton.
Harold had worked at Fenwall and Smiley Buick. He is predeceased by his brothers, Paul and Richard Tolstrup.

HPD Taking Back Unwanted Scripts

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On Saturday September 27, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hopkinton Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its ninth opportunity in four 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. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

Visioning Community Survey

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Dear Hopkinton Resident:
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to be heard.

The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen created the Hopkinton Visioning Steering Group to help navigate a process to solicit input from you on what our community might look like ten years from now.

The group has created a survey which is an important tool designed to help create a vision for the future, and action steps to achieve that vision. The survey is also available to pick up in the Town Manager's Office in hard copy for interested participants.

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