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Ashland Legion Takes down Tyngsboro 5-1

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On Monday evening Ashland Legion improved to 7 and 3 on the season after taking down Tyngsboro who fell to 5 and 4. Hiller Nick Burns had a terrific start on the mound as he pitched his 2nd complete game of the season. In the 7 innings, Burns struck out 7 giving up 1 run on 3 hits.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Announces 2014-2015 Grant Awards

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Foundation to Fund Grants Valued at More than $23,000

For Center, Elmwood and Hopkins Schools

The Hopkinton Education Foundation today announced details of the grants the organization will make for 2014-2015. Four grants, totaling $23,410, were awarded to Hopkinton educators across Center, Elmwood and Hopkins Schools.

Ensuring Healthy Communities

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In 1799, Paul Revere was named chairman of the Commonwealth’s first board of health in Boston and given broad authority to control the “filth and offal” that contaminated the environment. Two plus centuries later, though charged with many more responsibilities, the purpose of these boards remains the same: to provide for the public’s health and safety.

Virginia W. Mahar, 87

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Virginia W. Mahar, 87, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, June 29, 2014. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Elizabeth (Matalives) and Joseph Nogelo. She was the wife of the late James P. Mahar who passed in 1988.

Virginia was a member at the Hopkinton Senior Center and volunteered at the Michael Lisnow Respite Center. She enjoyed bowling, traveling, walking and gardening.

Have an old car, boat, motorcycle, etc.?

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Donate your old car to the Massachusetts Association for the Blind, providing services and programs to blind and vision impaired of Massachusetts. Free tow and quick pick up. We will take your old car, boat, trailer, camper, motorcycle, jet ski and snowmobile. Call 1-888-613-2777 for details.

Patricia Bagley, 87

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Patricia Bagley, 87, of Hopkinton, passed away with her family by her side on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at St. Patrick's Manor in Framingham after a courageous battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Born in Natick, she was the daughter of the late Gladys (Pierce) and Lawrence Ciccarelli. She was the wife of the late Thomas M. Bagley who passed April 1999.

The joys of Patricia's life were her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed working in her garden, baking, sewing, music and caring for her pets.

Hopkinton Planning Board Vacancy Announcement

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On June 24, 2014 the Board of Selectmen publicly acknowledged the resignation of a member of the
Hopkinton Planning Board and are currently seeking candidates for this position.

Pursuant to Town Charter provision 3-1(e), a joint meeting, consisting of the remaining members of the
Hopkinton Planning Board and the members of the Board of Selectmen, will convene (tentatively) on
July 15th at a regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen meeting to appoint an individual to temporarily fill
this one seat until the next Annual Town Election in May of 2015.

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Kelly Grill of the Hopkinton Center For The Arts Talks About Summer Concert Series at the Common

Kelly Grill of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts talks about what to expect with the 2014 Summer Concert Series at the common.

Hopkinton Summer Concert Series on the Hopkinton Common

Join us for a half hour children’s performance then an hour and a half of great music!

Fri., 6/20, 6 - 8pm Times Square
Sun., 6/29, 5 -7pm Stompers
Sun., 7/13, 5 -7pm Roy Scott Big Band
Sun., 7/20, 5 -7pm Help
Sun., 7/27, 5 -7pm Metrowest Symphony
Sun., 8/3, 5 -7pm Summer Concert Band
Sun., 8/10, 5 -7pm Reminiscants
Sun., 8/17, 5 -7pm Glamour Girls

S P O N S O R E D BY:
The Barbara Corbett Dobson and Dave Dobson Memorial Fund
Hopkinton’s Parks and Rec
Hopkinton Center for the Arts

MORE INFO AT HOPARTSCENTER.ORG

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Touch A Truck was enjoyed by many!

Touch A Truck was held at the high school. The event was put on by the Hopkinton Library Foundation. Kids got the opportunity to sit in construction trucks, landscaping trucks, dump tucks, tractors and more.

A train was also driving attendees around the site, many of the kids enjoyed honking the truck horns and playing with the steering wheels. Despite all the
equipment and construction vehicles that were available to climb in, sometimes the simple things in life are the most appealing as it appeared a moving truck with bubble wrap was the most popular feature as kids and even some adults stomped around to hear the crackle.

The Event raised over $4,000 for the Library foundation and a good time was had by all who attended.

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Hillers Head Baseball Coach Talks about a Great 2014 Season

The Hopkinton Hillers Baseball team finished the season 12 and 9 after a 5 to 2 playoff loss to Bishop Feehan in the first round of the South Division 2 bracket. The Hillers however had a nice turn around after a rough start and had a memorable 2014 season. I caught up with Hopkinton Head Coach Jay Golden to recap a fun and exciting Baseball season for the Hillers.

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