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Hillers Finish Season Ready For Weekend Tourney

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team concluded it's Tri-Valley League schedule with an 11-10 victory at Westwood on Wednesday, May 22. In the process, the Hillers captured the Tri-Valley League Large Division title with a record of 12-6. Junior Andrew McMillan led the way for the Hillers, throwing 4-plus innings of solid relief for the victory and contributing two hits and three runs scored at the plate. Senior Ryan Sullivan had three doubles, while Senior Connor Hudson and Juniors Nick Burns and Chris Moberg all had two hits.

School Transport Forms Are Due Friday!

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Friday, May 24 is the last day for submitting a Transportation Arrangement Form to your student's school for next school year, 2013-14.

Parking Applications Available For Incoming Seniors

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Dear Student/Parent(s) of the Class of 2014,

Senator Spilka honored by Framingham State University as Citizen Laureate

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(BOSTON) – On Sunday morning, May 19th Senator Karen Spilka was presented with the Citizen Laureate Award at the Framingham State University graduate commencement ceremony. The award, given annually to an individual who has consistently supported the University, was awarded to Spilka in recognition of her advocacy on behalf of the MetroWest region. President Flanagan praised Spilka for her leadership in advancing public transportation and strengthening public higher education in the Commonwealth.

Team Hoyt 21st Annual 5K Road Race Comes to Hopkinton

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Father and son duo Dick and Rick Hoyt will be back in Hopkinton on Thursday, May 23 for the 21st Annual Team Hoyt 5K Road Race. For the last 20 years the race has been run in Waltham, Massachusetts. With course logistics a challenge and its popularity on the increase, Rick and Dick Hoyt considered a new location for the 2013 edition.

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Upcoming Weekend Events

Watch the HCAM News video for a look ahead at events planned for the long weekend and Memorial Day.

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Highlights: Class of 2014 Grand March

Hopkinton High held its Junior Prom on the 17th. And before heading out for the evening, the High School hosted its annual Grand March ceremony which gives students the opportunity to show off to parents, teachers, and other students their dates as well as formal attire.

After the Juniors and their dates made their grand entrance into the athletic center, it was time to announce the prom court winners, which was done through a random drawing. The winners were Shannon McAree, Mason Miller, and Andrew Rogers. Andre LeBlanc and Erica McBride were honored with prom king and queen titles respectively.

HCAM was broadcasting live from the event. If you missed the broadcast or want to re-live the moment, it will replay on HCAM-TV, HCAM-ED, as well as online. Check the HCAM program schedule for specific air dates and times. DVDs of Grand March can be purchased on the HCAM website as well.

And to see hundreds of photos from the event, visit the HCAM photo website

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Student Art Show and One Act Plays at Hopkinton High

The opening night for the Student Art Show at Hopkinton High School was Thursday, May 16. Thanks to HCAM volunteer Tom Dings, we have video of the opening event as well as a peek at the one act plays. Check it out!

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Scordino to Focus on Strategic Plan

Watch the HCAM News video with Ellen Scordino after the polls close election night.

Hopkinton Historical Society Yard Sale

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The Hopkinton Historical Society will be holding a yard sale on Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, from 10am to 4pm each day. The sale will take place at the historical society building at 168 Hayden Rowe Street.

Beginning on May 28 and extending through June 6 on Tuesdays and Thursday (4-6pm) and on Saturday June 1 and June 8 from 10-4pm, the society will be accepting drops-offs at the 168 Hayden Rowe Street location. Used household goods in good condition will be accepted, but no electronics, clothing or books will be accepted.


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