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Let the Landscape Speak Saturday April 7th at Hopkinton Historical Society

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Doug Harris from the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation office presents "Let the Landscape Speak" sponsored by Phipps Insurance Agency. The presentation will take place Saturday April 7th, 2018 9-11am at the Hopkinton Historical Society on 168 Hayden Rowe Street.

Hopkinton Hillers Girls Basketball will play in State Semi-Finals Wednesday at Worcester State University

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The Hopkinton Hillers advanced to the State Semi-Finals with a 46-39 win over Medway last Satuday. Regan Keavany led the way with 15 points, Ivy Gogolin added 12 points for the Hillers who improved to 19 and 4 on the season.

Due to the incoming snow storm, the Hopkinton Hillers girls will now play on WEDNESDAY March 14th 5:30pm at Worcester State University versus West Sectional Champion, Northampton.

Hopkinton Trash Pickup Delayed by One Day This Week Starting Tuesday 3-13-2018

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Due to the impending Winter storm - There will be no trash collection in Hopkinton on Tuesday 3/13.

Trash collection will be delayed one day for the remainder of the week.

Veterans Inc. to Host Annual Best Ball Charity Golf Classic

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Worcester, MA - Veterans Inc. will host the organization’s 21st Annual Best Ball Charity Golf Classic on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at the Heritage Country Club in Charlton, MA. All proceeds will benefit veterans in need and their families at Veterans Inc.

Video: Hopkinton Public Schools Safety Forum

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This past week, Hopkinton Public Schools hosted a public safety forum to discuss and address the ongoing safety concerns in our schools. The panelist featured several individuals involved with safety in our community and schools. View the forum below.

Full Public Forum:

Winter Storm Update 3-12-2018

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Since the beginning of Winter Storm Quinn on Thursday March 8th, Hopkinton has received reports of
over 175 downed trees, limbs, or wires. Storm Quinn resulted in hurricane level damage and recovery
operations for Hopkinton, with unprecedented storm damage to both public & private property. The
first response to these issues from DPW/Eversource was to cut and clear these trees and branches
that were a potential hazard or blockage for an emergency vehicle’s ability to respond to incidents.

Brenda J. Pierce, 70

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FRAMINGHAM - Brenda J. Pierce, 70, died February 20, 2018 after a motor vehicle accident. Born in New Bedford, she was the daughter of the late Irving and Laura (Casey) Parker.

She is survived by her children Nancy, Jason and Ralph Pittsley, all of North Dartmouth. She also leaves her sister Nancy Olsen of Acushnet and her good friends David Monahan, Susan Galante and Theoni Bryant. She was predeceased by her daughter Robin.

Assistant Superintendent Public Forum Wednesday March 14th 2018

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The Hopkinton School Committee will host a public forum to meet the 3 final candidates for the Assistant Superintendent position Wednesday March 14th at the Hopkinton High School library. View the times for each candidates below.

Jennifer Parson - 6:50-7:20 PM

Michael Caira - 7:25-7:55 PM

Michael Hanna - 8:00-8:30 PM

Winter Storm Update 3-11-2018

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This press release contains new and important information. Please read this entire message.

As of Sunday (3/11) morning, 99.1% of Hopkinton households have power. Eversource has committed to having ten crews in Hopkinton today to continue restoration efforts. If you are still without power, please contact eversource here or by calling them at 1-800-592-2000 to confirm they are aware you are without power.

Winter Storm Update 3-9-2018 4pm

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Hopkinton has received a formal Estimated Time to Recovery (ETR) from Eversource of 6pm on
Saturday March 10th for full restoration of power to all buildings in town. As of Friday 3/9 4pm,
Hopkinton is at approximately 18% of households without power which is an improvement from
10:20am this morning when 25% of Hopkinton was without power. While we expect additional
households to be restored this evening and prior to 6pm tomorrow, we continue to urge residents to


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