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Town Hall Lot Entrance Closed

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The entrance to the parking lot behind Hopkinton Town Hall will be closed from 7:00am-11:00am on Thursday May 31st for work being completed under the the Town Hall Envelope Repair Project. The lot will still be accessible as the exit will be utilized as both entrance and exit during this time. Any questions contact Town Engineer, David Daltorio, at 774-292-0016.

Register Now for the Sharon Timlin 5K Race to Cure ALS

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The 9th Annual Sharon Timlin Memorial 5K Road Race to Cure ALS will be held on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at Hopkinton High School. The 5K Online registration is open now! The 2012 race is limited to 1,800 participants and spaces are filling up quickly. Register by midnight on June 6, 2012.

The 5K race begins at 8:30 am. There is no race-day registration! Race is strictly limited to 1,800 participants. Registration will be closed when that number is reached or after June 6 at midnight.

Solar 101 at the Senior Center Tonight

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The town of Hopkinton has been awarded a Solar Grant by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (CEC). To help citizens understand the program, the Sustainable Green Committee has scheduled an informational "Solar 101" event at the Senior Center meeting room from 7PM to 9M on Wednesday, May 30th. The CEC will be there to explain in detail how the Solarize program will work for town residents and business owners. The event will consist of a brief presentation followed by a Question & Answer session.

More Photos: Poles Down on Grove Street

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On Saturday, May 26, three telephone polls were down on Grove Street directly across from Colella's parking lot. HCAM Photographer Dick Bartlett was on scene and sent us a few photos which we posted to "The Shoot" on the HCAM website right away. Today, we bring you the rest of Dick's photos on this unexpected traffic problem. Enjoy! To see photos, Click Here.

B.J. Harvey of E.L. Harvey & Sons Honored with Distinguished Service Award from National Trade Association.

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The Environmental Industry Associations (EIA) recognized Benjamin James Harvey at their National Convention in Las Vegas by awarding him The Distinguished Service Award. Several years ago, Benjamin accepted leadership of The Future Industry Leaders Alliance which provides young industry leaders opportunities to improve their management skills, identify business opportunities and network. He helped draft by-laws, set specific goals, formulate a mentoring program, and develop educational webinars for members.

Hillers Ready For State Tourney

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The Varsity Baseball team finished up it's regular season at 16-4 (15-3 TVL) following a 3-1 loss to Division I power Franklin in the championship game of the Metrowest Daily News Tournament at Natick High School on Saturday, May 26. Franklin, rated #1 in the state in the Boston Herald's latest poll, jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two innings, but the Hiller held them at bay and had a chance to win it in the 7th with the tying run at the plate before running out of gas. Senior righty Jake Haroian threw four gutsy innings, allowing just two earned runs.

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HHS Pops Concert Now On-line

The Pops Concert held at Hopkinton High School is now available for viewing on-line. See the video below. Enjoy!

More Photos from Dick Bartlett

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On May 19, 2012, there was a motor vehicle accident on Wood Street. Thanks for HCAM Photographer Dick Bartlett, we were able to bring you a photo from the scene. Although we often only post one or two photos on "The Shoot" on our website, Dick often has many more photos. Here are some from the single car crash on the 19th. Click Here for more photos.

Hillers Win 1st Round In Tourney

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The Varsity Baseball team improved to 16-3 (15-3 TVL) with a 3-1 win at Natick in the first round of the Metrowest Daily News Tournament at Natick High School on Friday night. The Hillers move on to face Division I power Franklin at 7:00 PM in Natick on Saturday night in the championship game. Franklin won a 4-3, 9 inning thriller over fellow Division I power Lincoln-Sudbury on Friday night.

A Look Back at Landman's Budget Philosophy

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With the announcement on Friday by the School Committee that Superintendent Jonathan Landman has resigned effective June 30, there has been a lot of conjecture about why.


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