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Colella's Liquor Store Reportedly will Remain Open

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Manager of Colella's Supermarket at 61 Main Street Dale Danahy reportedly announced today that despite the grocery store portion closing soon, the liquor store portion will remain open. The supermarket will be closing in the near future, the date has not yet been announced. No date has been determined to how long the liquor store will stay open after the grocery portion closes or what the future of the property is.

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Video Segment: Middle School Assistant Principal announced she is running the Boston Marathon

Hopkinton Middle School Assistant Principal Maryellen Grady has put countless effort into the Sky’s The Limit Project, the goal of the project is to raise money to develop the Courtyard at the Middle School to allow students to use the courtyard for educational and leisurely activities. A good amount of work has already been done on the courtyard but the fundraising continues. In the latest effort for fundraising, Middle School Assistant Principal and strong supporter of the project Maryellen Grady announced she will be running the Boston Marathon on behalf of the Sky’s the Limit courtyard project.

Maryellen recalled her experience growing up watching the Marathon "We used to go every year to watch the Boston Marathon, I remember one year going in my uncles convertible and we were sitting on the back watching all the runners go by." She talked about various runners she has admired such as Johnny Kelly, Uta Pipping and Joan Benoit Samuelson. "My passion is not for running truthfully, my passion is for the idea of the marathon and what you have to give and the training you have to do and I admire the people who have run it, that came before me."

Maryellen Grady has been a huge advocate for the Courtyard project and talked about why it would be a great benefit to the students. She mentioned it would be a safe, supervised environment students could hang out with friends, read, have classroom activities and would serve as an "extended learning environment." "what they always wanted was a space to hang out and gather with your friends....wouldn't it be great to have this beautiful space that's not used...if we could have it open to the kids and a place they can go... that can be used as an extended learning environment and a space after school you could read or hang out with your friends and out in the fresh air."

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Edward J. Nealon, 84

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Edward J. Nealon, 84, died peacefully in his home Sunday February 15, 2015. He was the devoted husband of Theresa A. (Notturno) Nealon, to whom he was married for 63 years. Born and raised in Milford, he was the son of the late Joseph and Gladys (McGee) Nealon.

Edward and Theresa moved to Hopkinton early in their marriage and were life long residents.

Thomas E. Coburn III

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Thomas E. Coburn III died Saturday February 14, 2015. He was the loving husband of Jeannine (Pompeo) Coburn to whom he was married for 25 years. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Thomas E. Coburn II and the late MaryJane (Grady) Coburn.

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Video Segment: Sports Update 2-6/2-12, Boys Basketball and Cheerleaders Celebrate Senior Night

In our latest Sports report, the Hopkinton Hillers Boys basketball team and cheerleaders celebrated senior night followed by a tremendous Basketball game against undefeated Westwood.

Friday Feb 6th - Senior Night
Boys Basketball Forced Double O.T. with Westwood and came up short 77-74.
Matt Locke (23 Points)
Matt Allegrezza (WW) (29 Points)
Hopkinton 8-8
Westwood 16-0

Saturday Feb 7th
Hillers Hockey (6-8-2) beat Ashland 6-2
1 Goal and 1 Assist
Owen Delaney
Brendan O’ Leary
Brandon Carty
Cam Finlayson

Hopkinton Police Conducting Alcohol Compliance Checks

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The Hopkinton Police Department will be conducting annual Alcohol Compliance Checks of all licensed establishments beginning in February 2015 through June 2015.

These compliance checks are made to ensure that all establishments licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages In Hopkinton follow and comply with all rules and regulations pertaining to the safe sale and service of alcohol within town.

This notice is made in accordance with compliance policy and with the recommendation of the ABCC (Alcohol Beverage Control Commission)

School Roofs Inspected

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Mr. Rogers, Director of Buildings and Grounds, met with Mr. Kadlick and Mr. Shepard from the Hopkinton Building Department on Wednesday, February 18th to thoroughly inspect all roofs district wide. Overall the roofs are in very good shape. Any areas of concern that were identified have been addressed. In all cases, it was determined that the structures will safely hold the weight of the accumulated snow. Any concerns based on the potential for sliding snow at building entrances will be addressed before school re-opens on Monday.

Seniors go out winners with 5-3 win

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Seniors go out Winners with 5-3 Victory over Northbridge

Special Town Meeting Warrant for March 3, 2015

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The Board of Selectmen back on Monday January 26th held a meeting to decide weather or not to hold a special town meeting regarding the land at 203 Pond Street. Todd Cestari and John Coutinho recused themselves due to individual conflicts of interest. Town Manager Norman Khumalo explained

Local Maple Syrup Producer to Talk at St. Paul’s March 1

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Sean Davan, owner of Woodville Maples of Hopkinton, will be coming to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on March 1 to share his experience and passion for making maple syrup. The talk, which begins at 4:00 p.m., will review the history of maple syrup, how it is made, and provide techniques to help people try their own backyard sugaring. All are welcome to attend this free event. St. Paul’s is located at 61 Wood Street/Rte. 135, Hopkinton

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