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Patrick-Murray Adminstration Announces Over 2 Million Dollars to Train 3,000 Workers and Create Over 200 New Jobs

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The Patrick-Murray Administration today announced $2,100,224 in Workforce Training Fund grants to 28 Massachusetts companies. The grants, which support up to two years of training, will create over 200 new jobs and train nearly 3,000 workers.

"We are focused on addressing the skills gap issue in the Commonwealth so that workers can compete in today’s ever-changing jobs market,” said Governor Deval Patrick. "The Workforce Training Fund focuses on the needs of both our businesses and workers, as Massachusetts continues to lead the nation in economic recovery.”

Front Street Closure Postponed

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Due to the weather, we will not be closing the road at previously scheduled tomorrow. We will coordinate a new start time for next week and keep everyone posted. We appreciate your understanding.

Thank you,

Elissa Russo
Russo Bros Inc.

Audition for Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

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Auditions for Ghost Light Players’ upcoming production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be held on Tuesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 21, from 7-10pm at First Church in Marlborough Congregational. The show calls for a cast of 20 people of various age ranges. Ghost Light Players will be performing A Midsummer Night’s Dream in September on the Marlborough Common.

An Invitation to Cub Scout Pack 26 Geo-cachin​g and Family Picnic

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Boys bring your parents to meet Pack 26 families, participate in games and activities, including the timeless scout activity of geo-caching, and enjoy lunch provided by Pack 26. Come learn about the fun and benefits of Cub Scouting. This event is informational; there is no obligation to join. Siblings are welcome. You can join Scouts right away, or make your plans for fall registration. Pack 26 currently has many openings for boys going into Grade 1, as well as limited openings for boys entering grades 2-5 in the fall.

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Senior Recognition Night Now On-Line

On Thursday, May 31, the Class of 2012 celebrated their Senior Recognition Night. Watch the video now, complete with speeches by the class valedictorian and salutatorian.

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HHS Class of 2012 Graduation Ceremony Now On-line!

The HHS Class of 2012 Graduation Ceremony is now available for on-line viewing. Watch the video below in case you missed it, or if you'd like to just see it all again. Enjoy, and congratulations to the graduates!

Three Local Boys to Receive Eagle Scout Award at Triple Eagle Court of Honor

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Three lifelong friends and Boy Scouts of Troop 4 Hopkinton will receive their official Eagle Scout Awards at a combined ceremony, on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The troop is very excited and proud to announce that Andrew T. Dawson, Nathanial S. Langh, and John R. Barnes, will be awarded this distinction in a Triple Eagle Scout Ceremony, at The Hayes Lodge, Hopkinton YMCA, on the afternoon of June 10, 2012, from 3:00 - 5:00 pm. All scouts in Hopkinton and the public are welcome to attend. We ask that all scouts, including Cub Scouts, please wear their uniform if attending.

Resident Against 1-1 Laptop Program at HHS

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Dear Editor:
I am opposed to the current 1 -1 laptop program being presented to the current 8th
grade as a program that may ultimately be implemented at Hopkinton High School. I am
a Hopkinton parent who supports of our educational system. I encourage 21 st century
Asking a small minority of citizens (the incoming 8th grade parents) to support a plan
that ultimately we all will have to pay a fee for as citizens to educate our children in
public school is unjust. Is this even legal? Can the town implement a program that

Hillers Slay The Dragons

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HHS girls tennis swept Duxbury 5-0 in 1st round D2 South tourney match on Sunday. All singles and doubles players won in straight sets.

Student School Bus Transportation 2012-2013 School Year - Bus Fees Due June 15

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In accordance with the Student Transportation Policy of the Hopkinton Public Schools/Hopkinton School Committee:

  • A student receives free transportation if he/she is enrolled in grades K-6 and lives two (2) miles or more from the school he/she attends.
  • All other students in grades K-12 have the option to purchase a bus pass through the Fee-Based Busing Program. This option is available on a space-available basis.


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