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Video: Hopkinton Diversity & Cultural Alliance Host Community Letter Writing Event

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On Saturday (2/11) the Hopkinton Diversity and Cultural Alliance hosted a community letter and postcard writing event at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. Participants wrote letters to American soldiers and Muslim Neighbors. The Diversity and Cultural alliance was founded in November 2016 by Hopkinton resident Timoria Saba. Timoria's goal for the organization was to connect Hopkinton residents interested in addressing diversity & cultural issues. View more about the event in the video below.

Learn the History of St. John the Evangelist

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Hopkinton resident Mary Kniaz will be presenting "Stones, Pennies and Prayers: The Heroic Origins of St. John the Evangelist"  Sunday, February 19th at 2:00 pm at the Hopkinton Historical Society, 168 Hayden Rowe.  Join us as Mary shares the story of the Irish Catholics in Hopkinton. Free & Open to all!

Coloring for Adults

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High schoolers and adults are welcome to a drop-in evening of relaxing coloring. Materials will be provided or you can bring your own!
Hopkinton Library, 65 South Street
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Town Hall, Library Opens 11:00 am Today, Senior Center Closed.

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February 13, 2017 - Due to weather conditions, Hopkinton Municipal buildings staffed by non-essential personnel will have a delayed opening of 11am today, Monday 2/13. This includes Town Hall and Library.

Hopkinton Public Schools are CLOSED on Monday,...All after school and evening events are cancelled.

Lawrence “Larry” Marshall, 94

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Lawrence “Larry” Marshall, 94, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, February 9, 2017 at St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham, following a period of declining health. Born in Mexico, Maine, he was the son of the late Marion (Smith) and Lawrence Marshall. He was the husband of Ida T. (D’Innocenzo) Marshall.

Larry was retired from Wellesley College where he was the Supervisor of Custodial Services. He enjoyed traveling throughout the U.S., Europe and Canada. Hunting and fishing trips were always full of adventure and camaraderie along with good buddy, Larry Carden and the boys.

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A First Look- A New Episode of Hopkinton Coffee Break

The Coffee Break hosts discuss the recent history making Superbowl game on a new episode of Hopkinton Coffee break, airing tonight on HCAM-TV.

Hopkinton Family Day Public Planning Meeting March 7th

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The second meeting for the 2017 Hopkinton Family Day will be held March 7 at 7 PM at High School Cafeteria. We will be coordinating the ideas and suggestions of Town groups and organizations. Groups or individuals who did not attend the previous meeting are welcome to participate in this organizational meeting. Together we can make the Hopkinton Family Day happen. Please join us.

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Video: Educate Hopkinton Hosted Public Forum Regarding Traffic & Pedestrians

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Educate Hopkinton hosted their 2nd spotlight forum on Monday (2/6), last October their forum concentrated on the town’s water, this year with many road construction projects on the horizon in town, the forum concentrated on traffic and pedestrians. Panelists included Hopkinton Police Chief, Edward Lee, Department of Public Works Director, John Westerling and Town Director of Land Use & Town Operations, Elaine Lazarus. The panelists received a wide array of questions and comments from E-hop and community members in attendance about various roads and roadwork projects in town.

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A First Look- A New Episode of Character Matters

Margie Wiggin talks with kids and community members about the values of taking life less seriously and more lighthearted on a new episode of Character Matters, airing tonight on HCAM-TV.

Winter Weather Closings Across Town for Thursday, February 9th

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The Town of Hopkinton has issued the following message: "Hopkinton Public Schools are closed today, Thur 2/9/17 and all afternoon and evening activities are cancelled.  Town Hall, Senior Center, Library, and all other non-essential personnel staffed locations are also closed on Thur 2/9/17.  All Board and Committee public meetings for 2/9/17 are cancelled.  Trash pickup for Thur & Fri is delayed 1 day.  Pickup normally scheduled for Thur will be picked up Fri.  Pickup normally scheduled for Friday will be picked up Sat."

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