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2 Hopkinton Men Shot at Holiday Inn Express in Milford

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A little after 10am Saturday Morning a shooting was reported in the back lot of Milford's Holiday Inn Express. Investigators determined shots were fired from 2 men. The alleged instigator Thomas E. Coburn III of Hopkinton (51 Years Old) was pronounced dead at Milford Hospital of what appeared to be suicide. Christian Nealon of Hopkinton (48 Years Old) was also armed and shot. Nealon was flown by medical helicopter to UMASS Medical Center in Worcester and stabilized.

Holly Elizabeth DiNicola, 48

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Live. Love. Laugh. She taught us how to do all this and more.

Holly Elizabeth DiNicola, 48, died on Thursday February 12, 2015 with family by her side after a courageous seven year battle with breast cancer. Holly's sunny outlook on life and the way she approached her sickness and death is a testament to the person loved by so many.

HCAM Hosts 203 Pond St Discussion LIVE on February 17th

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On Tuesday, February 17, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., HCAM will host a live public discussion on 203 Pond St ahead of town meeting on March 3rd.

Town moderator Bruce Karlin will host this informative discussion, aimed at providing the public with everything they need to know ahead of town meeting. Representatives from Hopkinton and neighboring communities will answer questions on the Community Preservation Act, Open Space, and other key issues relating to this vote.

2015 Marathon Hopkinton Ed Foundation Runner Selected

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Dear Hopkinton Ed Foundation Friends,

Meet Don Brown, this year's Hopkinton Education Foundation's Marathon Bib Winner! Don Brown, a resident of Hopkinton, will be running in this year's 2015 Boston Marathon on behalf of the Hopkinton Education Foundation. Don has committed to raising $5,000 for the Hopkinton Education Foundation! In addition to raising $5,000, Don will match any donation up to his personal commitment of $2,500.

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Video Segment: New England Patriots Super Bowl Parade

On Sunday February 1st over 114 Million viewers watched the Super Bowl game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. Super Bowl 49 set an all time record and became the most watched program in U.S. history. The game did not disappoint as it came down to the final seconds and thanks to an interception at the 1 yard line by an Undrafted Rookie out of West Alabama College named Malcolm Butler, the New England Patriots won their 4th Super Bowl in team history and 4th in the Brady and Belichick era.

Last week the snowy streets of Boston filled with the excited and loyal fans to celebrate the first Patriots Super Bowl Win in 10 years. Here are some sights and sounds from yet another glorious day in New England Sports History.

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Video Segment: Sports Update 2-6-2015

Girls Basketball:
Friday January 30th
Hopkinton Hillers (7-5) beat Holliston (6-7) 69-44
Holly Adams – 17 Points
Kylie Lorenzen (Hol) – 19 Points
Julia Canestrari – 13 Points

Wednesday February 4th – Bellingham beat Hopkinton (7-6) 51-42

Boys Basketball:
Friday January 30th
Hillers beat Holliston 92-65

Wednesday February 4th
Hillers (8-7) beat Bellingham 49-34

Boys Hockey
Saturday January 31st
Hillers lost to Dover-Sherborn 4-1

Wednesday February 4th
Hillers lost to Medfield 7-0

Thursday February 5th
Medway beat Hopkinton 3-0

Hopkinton Swimming and Diving wins 5th Straight TVL Title!

Relay Won by Emily Wei, Rachel Zale, Olivia Handrahan and Bridget Coffey (Time: 1:57:10)

Olivia Handrahan won Girls 50 Freestyle (Score: 25.91)
Alyssa Anneberg is TVL Diving Champion (Score: 258.75)
Bridget Coffey – 110 Yard Backstroke (Time: 1:10.41)
Andrew Madigan – 100 Yard Backstroke (Boys) (Time: 1:04.68)

MIAA Announced:

Hopkinton Swim and Dive not only won the TVL Championship but displayed great sportsmanship throughout the season and will be rewarded by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association with the Swimming Sportsmanship Award.

Saturday February 1st
Hopkinton Hillers Girls took home the TVL Indoor Track and Field Championship Outscoring Norton 92-83.
Hillers did not place 1st in 1 category but dominated 2nd, 3rd and 4th
Norton beat Hopkinton on Boys Side 101-63

TVL Standings Update 2-12-2015

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Here are the latest standings in TVL Winter Sports
* - Earned Post Season Spot

Boys Hockey: (W-L-T)
Medfield 15-2-0*
Westwood 13-1-1*
Medway 12-4-1*
Dover-Sherborn 9-6-3*
Holliston 9-7-2*
Norton 6-4-3
Hopkinton 7-9-2
Ashland 3-9-2
Bellingham 1-14-2

Boys Basketball (W-L)
Westwood 17-0*
Ashland 12-6*
Norton 12-6*
Dover-Sherborn 11-7*
Hopkinton 10-8*
Medway 8-8
Millis 8-9
Medfield 9-10
Bellingham 3-16
Holliston 0-17

Virginia A. Holden, 88

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Virginia A. Holden, 88, died Tuesday, February 10, 2015 in Northborough. She was the wife of the late Cecil Holden, who died in August 1996. Born in Newton, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Florence (Tully) Davis. She moved to Hopkinton in 1942 and graduated from Hopkinton High School. She earned a medical secretarial associates degree from Becker Jr. College. Virginia was one of the original founders of the Hopkinton Polyarts and was active in Boy and Girl Scouts for many years in Hopkinton. "Jinny" cherished her family above all else.

"Lean In" Book Discussion

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In honor of Women's History Month, Brandeis Professor Janet Giele will lead a discussion about the popular and controversial book "Lean In" by Sheryl Sandberg at the Hopkinton Public Library on Wednesday, March 4 at 7:00 PM. Get your copy from the library today!

Middle Eastern Music and Dance at the Hopkinton Library

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Head to the Hopkinton Public Library on Wednesday, February 18 at 7:00 PM for a workshop on Middle Eastern music and dance! This participatory workshop features demonstrations of folk & classical instruments (strings, winds & percussion) from both Turkey and the Arab world. You will learn about the exotic sounding modes and scales of the region and then compare musical styles of the East and West. But the highlight of the workshop is when everyone joins in learning easy Middle Eastern folk dances. Fun for all ages!


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