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Help Us Govern Hopkinton

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The Town of Hopkinton is encouraging all residents who are interested in helping govern Hopkinton to apply now to any board of committee. If you have been curious or interested in giving your time, expertise or perspective on behalf of your community, now is an excellent time to get involved!

2014 Middlesex Sheriff's Office Youth Public Safety Academy

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Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is proud to announce the dates for the 2014 Youth Public Safety Academy. The Academy is open to all children ages 9-11 who reside in Middlesex County. Over the course of each week, cadets participate in a range of team building activities, learn about emergency preparedness and are introduced to law enforcement officials both at the Sheriff’s Office and their local public safety agencies. This year, the cost of the YPSA is $75.00 per cadet with breakfast, lunch and other costs included.

Hiller Rackets End Regular Season On High Note

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Hopkinton High School Lady Hillers Swept the Medway mustangs 5 Love. The Hillers end their regular season at 13-1 in Tri-Valley League (League champions for third year straight), and 15-3 overall. Team tournament seedings and bracket will be announced next week on Tuesday. "Earliest we might begin tournament is next Thursday" said Coach Nancy Clark. " We need a week to practice and heal!"

Dinner, Dancing, Raffle and more....

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Dan Field’s challenging personal journey began on December 10, 2002, when he was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Following two rounds of surgery and radiation treatment, Dan went into remission for nearly 10 years.

Unfortunately, in July of 2012, his cancer returned. Since then, Dan has endured multiple clinical trials and treatment. Through it all, he continues to approach every day with an extraordinarily positive attitude and extreme grace.

Coping With Bullies

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‘Just Ignore It’ Doesn’t Always Work in Situations With Bullies.

Teens being bullied at school are often advised, “Just ignore it.” But there are many things they can and should do.

Military Family Assistance

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The Massachusetts Department of Education requires school districts to report students eligible for assistance as a member of a military family as defined by the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children.

What Children Are Eligible for Assistance Under the Compact?
Children of:
Active duty members of the uniformed services, National Guard and Reserve on active duty orders
Members or veterans who are medically discharged or retired for (1) year
Members who die on active duty

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Calvin Holland Home Run

On Monday May 19, 2014, Hopkinton Hiller Baseball hosted Millis in their last regularly scheduled home game, winning 6-4. In the bottom of the 4th Inning Hiller Calvin Holland smashes a 2 run homer to center field. Millis Centerfielder Matt Fogarty makes a great attempt to catch it. Watch it here!

Hopkinton Baseball improves to 11 and 6 on the season

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The Hopkinton Hillers took down Millis 6-4 Monday afternoon in their final regular season home game. The Hillers clinched a playoff spot with last Thursdays victory over Bellingham. The Hillers are currently fighting for playoff seeding and for a chance at a home game. Currently the Hillers are 11 and 6 and have 3 more games this week to close out the regular season.

Town Election Results are in!

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The town election results were made official Monday Night about an hour after the polls closed at 8pm. The only contested race was school committee in which 2 seats were available. It was a close race between the 3 candidates Kelly Knight, Lori Nickerson and Frank Sivo. Knight and Nickerson were elected to the school committee.

School committee
Kelly Knight - 1230
Lori Nickerson - 1173
Frank Sivo - 1028.

Editorial: Hopkinton Library urges you to support the Town Election

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We are taking this opportunity to clarify and correct information recently raised by library abutters on the eve of the Town Election vote.

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