News Archive

Only 37 Trees Left - Get Yours Now!

contribute's picture

Hopkinton's Boy Scout Troop 1 has been selling Christmas trees at Colella's Supermarket since Thanksgiving weekend and will continue until supplies run out. At last count there were only 37 trees left. We may sell out before Saturday, so if you were planning to buy one, please don't delay.

The trees are the fragrant traditional New England Balsam Fir (up to 11 ft.) and the dark green, low-shedding, sturdy-branched Fraser Fir (up to 12 ft.). We accept payment for trees by cash or personal check only, no credit cards. There is a ATM machine at Colella's if needed.

mikeP's picture

Hopkinton Vs. Medfield; Boys and Girls Basketball Highlights

In another double header on Tuesday, December 18, the Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams took on Medfield at home. The Boys beat Medfield with a final score of 69 to 49, but the Hiller Girls did not fare as well, losing to Medfield 58 to 23. Watch the HCAM News video below for highlights of both games.

From the Water Department: Please Clean Up Pet Waste

contribute's picture

The town municipal well fields offer a number of great walking trails at Fruit Street and Charles McIntyre Lane, off Lake Whitewall. However we have noticed an increase in the amount of pet waste that is being left behind in the direct recharge area of the wells. This waste poses a potential risk of contamination of the water supply. We ask that anyone who is walking their dog in the vicinity of the wells, to please pick up after their pet to ensure the safety of our drinking water supply.

We thank you for your cooperation in this important matter.

HHS announces Interim Assistant Principal

contribute's picture

Dear Parents and Students,

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jacob Santamaria as the Interim Assistant Principal of Hopkinton High School, effective January 2, 2013.

mikeP's picture

Hopkinton Vs. Dover-Sherborn Basketball Highlights and Fan Appreciation Night

Watch the HCAM News Sports Report as the Boys and Girls Basketball teams take on Dover Sherborn and see who wins the shoot out during Fan Appreciation Night.

mikeP's picture

Hockey Video Highlights - Hopkinton 2, Bellingham 2

Watch the HCAM News Sports update for highlights of game against Bellingham on Saturday, December 15.

courtney's picture

HCAM Insider: Week of 12/17/12

Watch our latest HCAM Insider to find out what's playing on HCAM this week! From high school sports, to new episodes of one of our many series, the Insider keeps you up to date.

On Monday, December 17 at 7:00 PM, Wake Up and Smell the Poetry will air a brand new episode. During this filmed episode of our live November program, singer/songwriter Craig Sonnenfeld performs his original songs for the audience.

Later, at 9:00, Manager’s Corner will air a new episode with guest Debbie Hilton-Creek, the new Town Hall Human Resources manager, to discuss her role in Hopkinton.

At 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED, Friday’s Ice Hockey game against Bellingham will air.

On Tuesday, December 18, the Boys and Girls Basketball teams play against Medfield. The games will first be broadcast live from the gym at Hopkinton High School. The Boys’ game will then be played back at 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED, and the Girls’ game will play back at 10:30 on HCAM-TV.

On Wednesday, December 19 at 7:00 PM, a brand new episode of The HOP Seat will air with Town Clerk Ann Click. Ann Click will go live on the air to answer any questions you may have. If you would like to send in a question during the program, you can call our studio at 435-7887, or you can submit a question to

At 8:00 PM, All About Hopkinton will air with guest host Kathleen Culler and guests Laura Davis, owner of , and Beth Mezitt, President of the Friends of the Hopkinton Library. Laura Davis and Beth Mezitt will discuss the farm, the library, and the donation made by Long Life Farm to an upcoming raffle to benefit the library.

On Thursday, December 20, Veterans Remember returns with this new episode. US Marine Corp veteran Jack Cahill, son of veteran John Cahill, sits down with host Dick Gooding to discuss his time in the service and his experiences in Vietnam.

At 10:00 PM, the playback of the Hillers Ice Hockey team vs. Holliston will air on HCAM-ED, and the Swim meet against Dover-Sherborn will air on HCAM-TV at 10:30.

On Friday, December 21, the girls basketball team plays against Norton in a live HCAM-TV broadcast, and the game will play back at 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED.

You can sign up for the email edition of the Insider at any time to receive it in your inbox every Friday afternoon. If you receive it already, please send it to someone you know. Thanks for watching HCAM!

Citizens Connect Smartphone App Expands Across the State

contribute's picture

The Patrick-Murray Administration and the City of Boston today launched the Commonwealth Connect smart phone application –based on the Citizens Connect app developed for use in the City of Boston by Mayor Menino’s Office of New Urban Mechanics. The expanded App allows residents to report quality of life problems, such as graffiti and potholes, directly to the appropriate local government for resolution.

Massachusetts Agriculture Officials Encourage Consumers to “Gift Local” this Year

contribute's picture

With the holiday season underway, Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR) officials are encouraging consumers to “gift local” this year – by choosing from the wide variety of local food, farm and ornamental items found right here in Massachusetts.

“Massachusetts growers and specialty food producers offer an exciting range of seasonal items, perfect for holiday gift giving and decorating,” said DAR Commissioner Greg Watson. “Opportunities abound to support Massachusetts food and agriculture.”

HHS Response to Newtown Tragedy

contribute's picture

All of us have been affected by the tragic events that took place a Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT on Friday. As educators, these events hit close to home because we can so easily identify with teachers and administrators that would do anything to protect the children that they work with. As parents, we know that these type of events give you great cause for concern regarding the welfare of your own children.


Subscribe to HCAM News