News Archive

Sandra Darney, 72

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Sandra E. Darney, 72, of Hopkinton, passed away at her home on Friday, January 31, 2014. Born in Worcester, she was the daughter of the late Veronica (Yegian) and Stephen Demerjian. She was the wife of the late Frederick B. Darney who died on July 11, 2012.

The Final Four

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Four candidates will be recommended to the Board of Selectmen for consideration as the next Police Chief of Hopkinton. The four finalists are Interim Police Chief Charles Wallace, Sergeant Joseph Bennett, Captain Edward Lee and Lieutenant Thomas Lynch.

Hopkinton Democrats to Meet and Caucus

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Laura Barry of the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation will be addressing the upcoming meeting of the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee. All citizens are welcome to come and hear what Laura has to say about the future of our library. The meeting will be at 10:00 AM on Saturday, February 8 at the Fire Station. The conference room is upstairs and there is an elevator for handicapped access.

After the meeting, at 11:00 AM in the same room, Hopkinton Democrats are called to Caucus!

HCAM is Hiring

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HCAM, Hopkinton's non-profit Community Television Stations, is hiring! Be part of the vibrant Access Station that brings the Hopkinton community to our viewers.

HCAM fosters an energetic, supportive work environment where we inform, educate, and entertain our Town. Check out the opening below and see if you want a piece of the action...

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John (Jack) Fritz, 93

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John (Jack) Fritz, of Sebring FL and Hopkinton, MA died in his home on January 26, 2014. His daughter and son-in-law were with him to comfort him on his journey home to meet Jesus. Jack died in faith.

Jack was predeceased by his wife of 65 years, Marguerite (Kingrea) Fritz, his daughter, Karen (Fritz) Franks, and his granddaughter, Laine (Batten) Christman.

Board of Selectmen Agenda Is Available

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The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen are meeting on Tuesday, February 4th. You can download their agenda here.

Crohn's and Colitis Explained

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When illness strikes, one of the questions we often ask is “How did I get this?” It’s a normal reaction, because it’s important to know what caused the sickness and what we might do in the future to avoid it.

Medicine, unfortunately, isn’t always sure about cause and effect, and the origins of some diseases just defy precise explanation. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, chronic conditions of the digestive system known as inflammatory bowel diseases – are examples.

Sweet Fundraising For The Library

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Hopkinton Public Library Foundation and 5 Star Sweets Fundraiser

Order by Feb.11 for guaranteed delivery by Feb.14:
(FREE Hopkinton delivery by the 14th)
[email protected] • 508-902-8102

AND 1 lucky order will be chosen to win a bottle of wine!

♥ Single Heart Pops - $2.75
(includes blank tag for you to personalize)
♥ Box of 6 with 2 heart pops - $17.00
♥ Bouquets: 12 pop bouquet including 2 heart pops - $30.00
18 pop bouquet including 3 heart pops - $42.00

Hopkins Family Movie Night

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Hopkins Family Movie Night - Friday, Jan. 31 @ 6:30

Despicable ME 2

Come enjoy our Family Movie Night this Friday evening in the gymnasium.

Please bring: A blanket or towel to sit on - there will not be any chairs and something to drink

Free popcorn!!

A concession stand will also be available as part of a Destination Imagination Project.
All items available for $1/ea.

Please note that this is a family event - All students must have a parent
- no drop-offs please -

HHS Science and Engineering Fair

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The Hopkinton High School Science and Engineering Fair will be held in the high
school library on February 26th. Judging starts at 8am, with the fair open to the
public at noon. The awards ceremony will be in the auditorium at 1pm.


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