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Hillers Clinched State Tourney Berth

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team improved to 10-5 (Overall, TVL) with a 7-5 victory at Bellingham on Wednesday, May 15. In the process, the Hillers clinched a berth in the state tournament for the 15th consecutive season. The Hillers led 4-0 until Bellingham scored 5 runs in the 5th inning to take a 5-4 lead. The Hillers answered back, however, with 3 runs in the top of the 6th to re-take the lead for good.

Downtown Water Main Project Begins

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Work to replace Hopkinton's downtown water main will begin in late May and will continue through November of 2013 with final paving operations slated for the spring of 2014 said DPW Director John Westerling in a letter to area residents and business owners today.

A Positive Change: Ellen Scordino

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To the Editor, Friends, & Neighbors,

We are fortunate to live in the Town of Hopkinton. It is a community rich with history, excellent schools, growing recreational areas, and intelligent and dedicated volunteers who work hard to improve what this town has to offer. As a community we are made up of veterans, parents, students, longtime residents, and newcomers; all who want the best for our growing Town. At times, change is needed and I think this is a time that voters in our community need to advocate for a positive change on our School Committee.

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Elmwood Students Enjoy a Dinner With Champions

With the tragic events at the finish line of the Boston Marathon this year, many of the brighter events of the weekend were overshadowed. One of those events lost in the aftermath was a special trip into Boston on the Saturday before the race by third grade students at Elmwood Elementary School for a Dinner With Champions hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Kenya and Run With Kenyans, a Boston-based organization that promotes Kenya's running culture.

Students in Mr. Keane's third grade class, accompanied by their parents and family members, were invited to the dinner as guests and as performers, recreating their performance from earlier in the week during the elite runners visit to Elmwood School.

Watch the HCAM News video to see highlights of the evening spent with the Kenyan runners at the Dinner With Champions. Enjoy!

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Preview: Hopkins Students Plant Perrenials at Hawk's Nest Garden

Don't Just Stand There.....Plant Something is an initiative of the statewide planting campaign created by Plant Something MA that seeks to get more people to enjoy gardening. To participate, students at Hopkins School planted perennials donated by Weston Nurseries on Wednesday, May 15. For a sneak preview of the HCAM News coverage of the event, watch the video below. We'll have our full story, complete with student interviews, on Friday night at 6 and 10PM on Comcast 8 and Verizon 30.

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A Win for Varsity Baseball

The latest in Hiller Baseball from HCAM News!

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Hopkins Walk to School

For the past three years in May, as part of Fitness Month in Massachusetts, Hopkins School Wellness teachers have planned the Walk to School event, which gives both students and teachers a chance to walk around the High School track before the start of school. According to Wellness Teacher Peter Torilli, not only does the program, held on May 14th this year, have physical benefits, but social and academic ones as well.

Watch the HCAM News video for more!

DA and School Super Team Up For Prom Safety

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With prom and graduation season upon us, we are approaching a fun and exciting time for
students and their families. We want to send this letter to urge you to do all that you can to
make it a happy and safe time for your teen.

Major Project Site Plan Review for Dunkin Donuts

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The Planning Board met on May 13 to discuss a Major Project Site Plan Review at 78 West Main Street for a new Dunkin Donuts. Applicant Virginio Sardinha Jr., attorney Michael Healy, architect Manny Tavarez from MJ Tavarez Architects, engineer John Kucich from Bohler Engineering, and traffic expert Jennifer Conley of Conley Associates were present at the meeting.

Nothing Is Stopping The Hiller Lobbers

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The Hiller Girls Varsity Tennis Team continues it's winning streak. "Man, I don't know how we are doing it with all our medical issues," said Coach Nancy Clark, "but we beat Holliston 5-0 yesterday and beat Whitinsville Christian today 4-1." Clark sat out her #1 and #2 singles players today to give them a much needed rest, "and we still did fine." The Lady Hillers are 14-0 overall and 12-0 in the TVL, and already clinched the league championship.

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