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Class of 2012 Graduation Photos

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Lots of great graduation photos from Mike Torosian. Do you see anyone that you know? Check them out at Scene In Hopkinton.

M. Eileen Frieh, 74

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M. Eileen Frieh, 74, of Cincinnati, OH, and formerly of Hopkinton and Framingham, passed away January 24, 2012. She was the beloved wife of Francis Philip Frieh for over 52 years. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late James W. and Mary C. (Greene) Crohan.

Front Street To Be Closed on Monday

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Starting Wednesday June 6,2012, Front Street will be closed for the culvert repair. The street closing will effect Front St. at South Mill St. as well as, Ash St. during the hours of 7 AM to 7 PM. Our intentions are to complete the work in one day. Due to the nature of the repairs, it may require working longer than 7 PM but, we will do everything to avoid that. Detour signs will be in place and detail police officers will be there to assist motorists around the site.

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Indepth: A Look at Lupus

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Host Bruce Karlin, M.D. (left) and Martin Kafina, M.D., this month on Physician Focus

The human body has an uncanny ability to heal itself, but sometimes it can go astray, or malfunction, really. That’s essentially what happens with systemic lupus, a disease of the immune system.

“Lupus is a condition where your immune system attacks your body.” says Martin Kafina, M.D. “Your immune system is supposed to be your friend and clean out your blood from viruses, germs and cellular debris, but instead your immune system gets irritated and confused and reacts against yourself. It can cause quite an amount of distress and sickness.”

It’s Time to Thank a Teacher!

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Twice during the school year, the Hopkinton Education Foundation recognizes through its Thank-A-Teacher program all of the great work Hopkinton teachers accomplish. The current program has officially begun and will continue until June 9.
The Hopkinton Education Foundation is asking the community to contribute to its organization in honor of a teacher or member of a teaching team. Those being recognized will receive a letter honoring them along and will include the name of their student whose family contributed.

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Middle School Students Help Support Promotion of Sharon Timlim 5K Race

Watch the HCAM News video produced with the help of several students from Hopkinton Middle School who are members of the Communiteen; a group dedicated to community service. Learn how you an help to support the fundraising efforts in the search for a cure for ALS, how you can volunteer on race day, June 10th, and how the race is now offcially a "green" event.

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Transition to New Town Website Begins

The transition to Hopkinton's new town website, www.hopkintonma.gov, began on Friday, May 25th. From now on, when you visit www.hopkinton.org, you will be redirected to the new site. Watch the HCAM News video as we talk with IT Director Chris McClure about some of the new features, and his vision for the new site .

And if you haven't visited the town website lately, now is a good time to check it out. Click Here to visit now!

Lamb Pledges to Run Clean Campaign

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Today, as the Massachusetts House debates an election reform bill, Marty Lamb, Republican candidate for State Representative in the Eighth Middlesex District, challenged his opponent, State Representative Carolyn Dykema to sign a Clean Campaign Pledge.

"My campaign is going to be about the issues," said Lamb. "I think the voters of this district will appreciate the effort to reform the campaign process here locally."

Enter Stage Left Spring Choral Concert June 10

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Enter Stage Left Theater will be presenting Sounds of Spring, a concert featuring ESL adult choir The Treblemakers and teen chorus Tone Deft Too on June 10 at 3:00 p.m. at the United Parish Church, 1 Central Square, Upton. The concert will feature a variety of music, including Broadway songs, traditional music, old standards, and pop/rock favorites. Tickets are $12.00 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and are available at the door or at www.enterstagelefttheater.org. This concert is made possible in part by a grant from the Local Cultural Council of Upton.

Town Hall Lot Entrance Closed

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The entrance to the parking lot behind Hopkinton Town Hall will be closed from 7:00am-11:00am on Thursday May 31st for work being completed under the the Town Hall Envelope Repair Project. The lot will still be accessible as the exit will be utilized as both entrance and exit during this time. Any questions contact Town Engineer, David Daltorio, at 774-292-0016.

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