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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Softball VS Natick 4-24-2015

4/24/2015 - The Hopkinton Hillers put the mercy rule in effect during the bottom of the 6th and took down Natick 12-0
Bot 1st - Lizzy Kelley RBI single drives in Maille Bennett (1-0), HR by Kayla Sullivan drives in Lizzy Kelley (3-0 Hopkinton)
Bot 3rd - Kayla Sullican HR drives in Lindsay Whittles (5-0), Kate Welzel scores on Nicole Comeau Sacrifice Fly (6-0 Hopkinton)
Bot 6th - Kate Welzel hits RBI single scoring Lindsay Whittles (7-0), Heather Holly RBI single scores Lizzy Kelley (8-0), Bri Mirabile 2 RBI single scores Kayla Sullivan and Kate Welzel (10-0), Nicole Comeau 2 RBI 2b scores Heather Holly and Bri Mirabile. Mercy rule put in affect (12-0 Hopkinton)

WP Bri Mirabile lasts 5 innings and gives up 0 runs on 1 hit, striking out 4. LP Taylor Erickson gave up 6 earned runs on 7 hits.

Watch the full game below

Middle School Evacuated for Burning Debris

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Dear Parents/Guardians,

At approximately 7:20 this morning, one of the lights in the MS Auditorium briefly ignited debris inside the fixture. The fire was quickly extinguished, but to ensure safety, the building was evacuated.

Hopkinton Fire Department responded and investigated the area. At 7:45 a.m. they determined it was safe for students and staff to re-enter the building and for us to resume our school day.

Mandatory Water Ban Now In Effect

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We are mandated by the town’s water management permit with the State, to limit nonessentialout door use, to protect stream flow, aquatic life and ensure sustainable drinking water. The town is required to implement a MANDATORY State of Water Supply Conservation from May 1st through September 30th each year, pursuant to the town’s water use restriction by-law. Under chapter 199-6 Section F; Lawn sprinklers may be used for lawn watering, two days per week, outside of the hours of 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

Hillers Tame Panthers 3-2

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The Hopkinton High School Girls Varsity Tennis team hopped on a bus Thursday to Holliston to face their TVL competitor and drove home after beating the Panthers 3-2.

Outstanding performances by Olivia Anderson and Zoe Komodromos blanking their opponents at #1 and #2 Singles 6-0, 6-0. Hopkinton picked up it’s 3rd point at #1 Doubles when Sydney and Laney Emerson won 6-1,6-1.

The Hillers remain undefeated with a league record of 5-0 and a overall record of 7-0. Next stop Medfield today at 3:30 pm.

Diabetes: Persistent Epidemic

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The term “epidemic” is usually applied to the spread of infectious disease, but judging by the numbers of patients affected, you can certainly add diabetes to the list. The incidence of this chronic disease has tripled in the U.S. since 1980 and now affects nearly 21 million adults 18 and older.

Hopkinton DPW Job Posting

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The Town of Hopkinton seeks 3 Intermittent Laborers for 40 hours per week available to work between approximately May 11th through September 1st to perform the following duties:

- Lawn mowing
- Weed trimming
- Miscellaneous property cleanups
- Other maintenance-type related duties  

- Ability to drive a one-ton dump truck with trailer
- Prior experience with landscaping and/or maintenance
- Good interpersonal skills and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Hopkinton Public Schools: Director of Student Services Announced

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Hopkinton Superintendent, Dr. Cathy MacLeod, is pleased to announce that the Hopkinton School Committee has selected Dr. Karen Zaleski as the next Director of Student Services for the Hopkinton Public Schools.

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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Softball VS Milford 4-23-2015

4/23/2015 - The Hopkinton Hillers took on the Milford Scarlet Hawks at home and lost 7-1

Game Summary:
Bottom 1st - Milford pitcher Ali Atherton gave up 1 run as Kayla Sullivan hit an RBI single.
(1-0 Hopkinton)
Top 4th - Jill Powers tied the game with a solo home run for Milford. (1-1 Tie)
Top 5th - The Scarlet Hawks continued the offensive push in the 5th as an RBI single by Allie Piergustavo (2-1) and a 2 RBI double by Taylor Lebrun made it (4-1 Milford)
Top 6th - The Scarlet Hawks added 2 more off of relief pitcher Heather Holly as Maggie Farrell scored on an RBI single by Jenny Levine (5-1) followed by Megan Jaques reaching home after an error allowed Emily Piergustavo to reach first. (6-1 Milford)
Top 7th - Jill Powers hit a 1 out double in the 7th followed by an RBI single by Megan Jaques to plate the 7th Milford run. (7-1 Milford)

WP - Ali Atherton went 7 innings giving up 1 run on 5 hits and striking out 4. LP - Bri Mirable went 4.1 innings surrendering 5 hits and 3 runs.

Hillers Top Raiders 4-1

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The Hiller Girls Tennis Team hosted a battle of a match against the Raiders from Dover- Sherborn, beating them 4-1

Freshman Zoe Komodromos had a comeback win at 2nd Singles 2-6, 7-5, 10-4. After losing the first set, and fending off 3 match points at 4-5 in the second, Zoe took the set 7-5 and sustained the momentum in the deciding 10 point super tiebreaker to clinch the victory.

Claire L. Robbins, 87

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Claire L. Robbins, 87, of Hopkinton, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. She was the cherished daughter of the late Agnes (Wilcox) and Arthur McIntyre and beloved wife to Walter W. Robbins of Hopkinton for 67 years.

Claire enjoyed spending time with and caring for her family, singing and enjoying music, knitting, and exploring the East Coast in her motor home.


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