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Daisy Troop Tours HCAM Studio

The girls in Daisy Troop 35461 learned all about how a television station works and how TV helps to provide information to the community, when they toured the HCAM television studio on February 27th.

Watch the HCAM News video to see more!

Save the Date: Senior Center St. Patrick's Day Party March 18

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The Hopkinton Senior Center will hold its traditional St. Patrick’s celebration on Monday, March 18, starting at noon. The menu will feature a boiled dinner with corned beef and cabbage or ham. There will be no regular lunch served.

Entertainment will begin at 1pm with the Irish folk duo Glenshane.

The cost for lunch is $8 per person and reservations must be made by Friday, March 13.

For questions, please contact the Senior Center at 508-497-9730.

Senior Prank Not Funny Says Bishop

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The Hopkinton High School Senior Class pulled off another Senior Skip Day on Monday where a majority of the 2013 Class were missing. Interim Principal Evan Bishop was not amused and sent a letter home today to parents warming it will not be tolerated again, even with a note from a parent. You can read the letter below:

Dear Parents of Seniors,

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National Reading Month Kicks Off at Elmwood School

To mark the March 2nd birthday of children's author Dr. Seuss, the National Education Association launched its Read Across America Day program 12 years ago, with the goal of using Seuss's work as a vehicle to encourage reading.

Watch the HCAM News video to see Elmwood's students dressed up as their favorite Seuss characters and listen as Elmwood's librarian, Elizabeth Weldon talks about the goals and activities planned for the month long reading event.

B.A.A. Increases Marathon Support Dollars to $85,000

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In a letter addressed to Selectman Chairman Ben Palleiko dated February 1, Boston Athletic Association (BAA) Executive Director Thomas Grilk announced that in 2013 the B.A.A. was able to increase its level of support and contribution to the Town of Hopkinton to the amount of $85,000.

Selectmen to Appoint Elementary School Building Committee Members

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At their meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 5, the Board of Selectmen will consider appointing 13 candidates to the Elementary School Building Committee, including four community seats.

Three Students Peform at All-State Concert

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Hopkinton High School students Ryan Turano '15, Blair Guild '13 and Travis Murdock '14 performed at the 2013 Massachusetts All-State Concert on Saturday, March 2 at Boston's Symphony Hall. Ryan and Travis performed with the All-State Band and Blair performed with the All-State Chorus. More than 2000 students from across the Commonwealth auditioned for places in the All-State groups. The students attended rehearsals over a three-day conference at the Seaport World Trade Center which culminated in the performance at Symphony Hall.

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Video of Chief Flannery's Resignation

Watch the video segment from the Tuesday, February 26 meeting of the Board of Selectmen as Police Chief Richard Flannery announces his resignation effective June 30, 2013.

School Committee Finalizes Agreement with MacLeod

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The Hopkinton School Committee is pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement with Ms. Cathy MacLeod to serve as the Superintendent of Schools. Ms. MacLeod will assume the Superintendent position as of July 1, 2013. The committee unanimously supported the 3 year contract that includes a salary of $170,000.00.

Hopkinton School Committee and Hopkinton Teachers’ Association Reach Multi-Year Agreement

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The School Committee, is pleased to report that an agreement has been reached between the Committee and the Hopkinton Teachers’ Association. The School Committee unanimously supported the agreement following endorsement recommendations made by negotiating team members Dr. Hiersche, Rebecca Robak and Scott Aghababian. This multi-year agreement includes modest wage increases to our valued professionals, allowing us to keep our salaries competitive with surrounding communities.

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