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State Health Officials Announce Sixth Human Case of EEE and Sixteenth Human Case of WNV in Massachusetts

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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced the sixth human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in a Massachusetts resident. The patient, an Amesbury woman in her 60s, is currently hospitalized.

Based on this finding, the EEE threat level has been raised to "Critical" in Amesbury, Haverhill, and Merrimac, and to "High" in Newburyport and Salisbury. Communities which have been designated at "Critical" or "High" risk of EEE are urged to cancel all planned evening outdoor events for the remainder of the season until the first hard frost.

The Latest HCAM Insider

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Hello, everyone, and welcome to the HCAM Insider!

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Upcoming Library Events

As fall gears up, so are the events that will going on at the library for patrons of all ages. For teenagers and adults, author Rob Taylor, whose book, "The Breach: Kilimanjaro and the Conquest of Self" chronicles his journey climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, will be speaking this Tuesday night at 7pm. The book is currently available at the library, and was a recent topic of conversation at the library's history book club, which meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month.

Cub Scout Family Fun Event at Pinz Bowling

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Thinking of joining Cub Scouts? Pack 26 invites you to a family fun night on Saturday, September 29 at 4:00-7:00pm at Pinz Bowling, 110 South Main Street, Milford for bowling, balladium and a pizza dinner. No charge, siblings are welcome! We have openings for boys in Grade 1, as well as limited openings for boys entering grades 2-5. Pack 26 participates in many great activities during the year including Scouting for Food, Winter Snow Fun, Pinewood Derby, Blue and Gold Banquet, CubJam at CampMacGregor, Geocaching and Museum Overnights.

Crime Alert: Recent Breaking & Enterings in Hopkinton

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In the past two days the Hopkinton Police Department is investigating reports of four (4) homes having been broken into and having items stolen. All of these incidents appear to have occurred during daytime hours. None of the residences were occupied at the time of the incidents. The items being stolen are cash and jewelry. Entry to the homes has been through either open windows or doors. Many other towns have been experiencing similar incidents. Detectives from these agencies are working together to solve these crimes and apprehend the persons responsible.

Hopkinton Mom Needs a Kidney

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Letter in support of Maria Flannery:

Many of you know 16 year old Alex Flannery who lives here in Hopkinton. Most of you also know 13 year old Morgan Flannery and have seen her
dribbling down the soccer field or have seen her bright smile walking down the halls of the Middle School. You probably even know dad Bill Flannery
from coaching many of our up and coming soccer stars, maybe even your children, over the years with HYS. Through HPTA events and soccer
sidelines, you probably know mom Maria Flannery too.

Hillers Down Blackhawks

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The Hopkinton Middle School Boys' Soccer team beat Bellingham 1-0 moving the team's record to 2-0. Michael Karlis scored Hopkinton's lone goal in the first half on an assist from Everett Rolph. Chris Mastroianni and Kenny Rhodes combined in goal for the shutout. Dan Palleiko, Ryan Mastroianni and Brian Gaughan played well throughout the game. The boys play next on Monday versus Wellesley at home on Field 5.

Town Manager Announces New HR Director

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It is with great pleasure that I inform you that Debbie Hilton-Creek has accepted the position
of Human Resources Director and will begin her work for the Town of Hopkinton on Monday,
September 24, 2012. She will be responsible for providing strategic guidance to staff and
boards on all functional areas of human resources management.

The Town was fortunate to have many highly qualified candidates apply for the position.
Debbie’s experience, knowledge, work ethic and personality put her at the top of a highly
competitive field.

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Eagle Scout Robert Lahaie Recognized by Board of Selectmen

Newly designated Eagle Scout Robert Lahaie was recognized by the Board of Selectmen at their Septmeber 18th meeting. To learn more about his project which provided new picnic tables for the Respite Center and the sanding and staining of existing picnic tables, benches and a swiing set, watch the video excerpt of the meeting as Lahaie receives an official proclamation from the board.

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