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Hillers Evens Weston

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team played to a 1-1 tie in Weston moving the team's record to 8-0-2. Brian Gaughan scored off a corner kick from Ben Fargiano in the first half. Kenny Rhodes and Chris Mastroianni played exceptional in goal for the Hillers. Everett Rolph, Ryan Mastoianni and Justin Blanchard played solid games. The boys next play in Weston on Thursday with a time TBA.

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Keelin and Mallory Bannon Bring Their Field Hockey Win Home

October 13th was a big homecoming for former Hillers field hockey standouts Keelin and Mallory Bannon. The Cornell University juniors came back to Hopkinton with the rest of their team after a 4-0 win against Harvard for a tailgating party at their house. The day was particularly special for the girls, as members of the current Hillers team cheered them on from the stands.

Hydrants Flushed on Wednesday

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We will be flushing hydrants in the Alprilla Farm Road and Legacy Farm Road area on Wednesday, October 17th at approximately 9:30 AM. This flushing is necessary in order to test the mains and prepare them for active service. Please check your water before using it to ensure that it has cleared from the flushing, should any discoloration occur. We estimate the flushing to take approximately two hours to complete.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we thank you for your cooperation.

Eric J. Carty
Water-Sewer Manager
PO Box 171
Hopkinton MA, 01748

P 508-497-9765

All Things Senior Center: Pet Nutrition

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Not sure if you’re feeding your pet the right food? If you’re like me, you can be crazed with the choices available out there and believe me, there are a LOT of different brands.

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State Representative Debate: Dykema Vs. Lamb Now On-Line

The State Representative Debate sponsored by the Hopkinton Independent and HCAM News between incumbent Carolyn Dykema (D) and challenger Marty Lamb (R) that took place on October 15 in the HCAM Studio is now available for on-line viewing.

Hillers Sports Now Online

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Good news, sports fans! You can now view Hillers Sports games online!
Access games via our button bar above (Our Shows> Original Series> Hiller Sports) or just click here to see every game from the start of the 2012 season and on. Each game is available at your convenience, and you never have to worry about missing a game or a playback. Having the game online also makes it easier to share with friends and family. This is another way HCAM works to keep you connected to everything Hopkinton.

Ban on Evening Outside Activities Lifted; EEE and WV No Longer a Threat

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According to a notice posted today from the Hopkinton Board of Health, the ban on all organized eveneing outdoor events or activities is no longer necessary and has been lifted effective October 16, 2012. The Board of HealthI was notified by the Department of Public Health that, according to the National Weather Service, all areas of Massachusetts except for Suffolk County and the Cape and Islands experienced a hard frost/hard freeze on Friday night October 12, 2012. As such the risk from mosquito-borne illness in Town has been almost eliminated.

A Reminder from the Hopkinton Trails Club: Hunting Season Begins

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Hopkinton has a wealth of beautiful open spaces and the Trails Club encourages everyone to get out and use them. When we go, we always take precautions to ensure our hikes are safe and enjoyable. We bring maps and water, wear appropriate clothes and footwear, and there's always at least one first aid kit in someone's pack.

Hillers Down Blackhawks

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team improved its record to 8-0-1 with a 4-2 victory in Bellingham today. Hopkinton's goals were scored by Scott Babigian, Dan Palleiko, Nick Mirabile and Ryan Mastroianni. Duncan Schnurr, Max Mauro, Ryan Wolfe and Adam Moses played solid in the team's effort. The boys travel to Weston on Tuesday.

State Representative Debate LIVE Tonight

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In conjunction with the Hopkinton Independent, HCAM News will be sponsoring a candidate debate for State Representative between Democratic incumbent Carolyn Dykema and Republican challenger Marty Lamb tonight, October 15. The debate will be moderated by Chuck Joseph and the panel members are Tom Moroney, Buriea Chief for Bloomberg Boston and Michelle Murdock, HCAM News Director and Hopkiinton Independent Political Reporter.


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