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Come Out and Watch Girls Varsity Tennis!

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Tennis Coach Nancy Clark encourages all sports fans to come out and watch the #3 seed Hopkinton High School Girls Tennis as they take on #1 seed Foxborough for the D2 South Sectional championship on Saturday, June 9, at 1PM at Medway High School ( a neutral site). Hopkinton previously beat #2 seed Hingham 3-2 in the semifinal round.

Come and cheer them on! Go Hillers!

School Committee Plans for Superintendent Transition

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At its Regular School Committee meeting last night, the School Committee voted unanimously to accept Dr. Landman’s resignation as Superintendent of Schools. As a result, it has become necessary for the leadership in the school district to formulate a recruiting plan that ensures a seamless transition and provides the appropriate leadership necessary to move all district initiatives forward.

Deadline for 1-1 Laptop Initiative Sign-up Extended

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In an email sent today, Hopkinton High School Principal Alyson Geary invited parents to learn more about the goals and details of the proposed 1-1 Laptop Initiative for students in the 9th grade at the high school next year.

Hopkinton Boosters Sports Equipment Sale This Saturday!

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The Hopkinton Boosters Sports Equipment sale on Saturday, June 9th will feature hundreds of new and gently used items including golf clubs, skis, lacrosse and hockey equipment, cleats, balls and much more. Get there early for great deals while they last, including sale items from the Hopkinton Boosters store.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hopkinton High School Parking Lot 90 Hayden Rowe Hopkinton.

All proceeds benefit the Hopkinton Boosters.

To view some of the sale merchandise visit the Hopkinton Boosters website.

Photos: Fox 25 Zip Trip

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On Friday, June 8 from 6am - 10am, the Fox 25 Morning News team was in Hopkinton, broadcasting live from the Town Common. Check out the photos from this morning and stay tuned next week for video coverage from HCAM News, Hopkinton's only local TV news. To visit our photo website to view photos, Click Here.

Message from DPW Director Westerling: Elm Street Construction

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Accordiing to a notice from DPW Director John Westerling, construction activities on Elm Street will resume on Tuesday, June 19, 2012. The last day of school is scheduled for June 18 so this will not impact buses or school activities.

The work necessary to complete the project includes adjusting structures on the road, paving the top course of pavement, and painting the street lines. The work is expected to take approximately one week, weather permitting.

Spilka to Host Business Forum for Metrowest Businesses

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This coming Monday, June 7, 2012, Senator Karen Spilka is hosting a business forum in Framingham for businesses and residents to learn more about the assistance and opportunities available to them as they look to start or expand their business in MetroWest.

Photos from Hopkins Field Day

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Fifth graders at Hopkins School participated in 12 different activities during Field Day today. Photos of all events are now available on our photo website, Scene in Hopkinton. Click here to view now.

Rape Aggression Defense Systems Training Classes Offered in June

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DUE TO CUTBACKS IN COMMUNITY POLICING GRANT FUNDING R.A.D. CLASSES WILL BE OFFERED ON A MORE LIMITED BASIS IN THE FUTURE

  • R.A.D. is an internationally taught realistic hands on self defense training class specifically designed for women (12-16 hours)
  • The program teaches and emphasizes awareness, avoidance and physical self defense with the tools we possess with us at all times (hands, feet, elbows, knees, head, etc…)

Senate Passes Spilka’s Bill to Prevent Mortgage Foreclosures

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The Senate today, in its latest effort to establish greater protections for homeowners, passed legislation preventing unnecessary and unlawful foreclosures, reducing the number of abandoned properties across the Commonwealth and helping to remove one of the biggest remaining barriers to our ongoing economic recovery.

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