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Article 7: Fiscal 2015 Operating Budget Passes

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Article 7 at the Annual Town meeting asked; "To hear and act on reports and recommendations of the Appropriation Committee and to see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, borrow or otherwise provide, a sum or sums of money for the operation and maintenance of town departments for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and that such sums be expected for such purposes under the direction of the respective Town Officers, Boards and Committees."

Hillers Weekly Roundup

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May 2nd – Hopkinton Softball beat Westwood 9-0

May 2nd – Hopkinton Boys Lacrosse takes down Ashland 11-7

May 2nd – Hopkinton Girls Lacrosse takes down Ashland 12-11

May 2nd – Westwood Boys Tennis shuts out Hopkinton 5-0

May 5th – Hopkinton Girls tennis improves to 10-0 (8-0) with sweep of Ashland.

May 5th – Hopkinton Softball shuts out Ashland 11-0

May 5th – Hopkinton girls Lacrosse shuts out Ashland 5-0

May 5th – Ashland Boys Tennis beats Hopkinton 3-2

May 6th – Dover-Sherborn beat Hillers Boys Lacrosse 12-3

Editorial: Supporting Kelly Knight

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I have known Kelly for the last 5 years and am constantly impressed by her dedication to her children, her career and her community. Kelly is reasoned and pragmatic. She will never make a decision without being well-informed, educated and willing to hear all sides of the issue.

These attributes will enable sound decision making. She is also open and candid. This means the community will not have to guess at what she is thinking. She will tell us. Let's take advantage of her stepping up and elect her.

Editorial: Supporting Kelly Knight

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I am supporting Kelly Knight in her candidacy for Hopkinton School Committee. We have known Kelly, our neighbor, since the day she first moved into the neighborhood. As a fellow professional woman and mother, the key traits of Kelly that immediately jump to my mind as being absolutely critical for a member of the School Committee are empathy, commitment, curiosity, and ability to communicate.

Editorial: Supporting Kelly Knight

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Please join us in voting for Kelly Knight for Hopkinton School Committee.

We have had the pleasure of knowing Kelly and her family for the past 4 years and believe that her skills are exactly what the School Committee will benefit from right now.

In her job as a Program Manager, Kelly is able to develop clear plans, problem solve, and deal with issues that arise efficiently and objectively all while keeping the big picture of the project in mind.

Lady Hiller Tennis Fell to Warriors

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"Medfield played very tough today and beat us 3-2" said Coach Nancy Clark. Her #2 Singles player was not feeling well, so they had to default a match. But the Lady Hillers are still in first place by themselves with one loss. Dover-Sherborn and Medfield are tied for 2nd with two losses. They play each other next week again.

Editorial: In support of Lori Nickerson

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Karen and I have been lifelong residents of our fair community. We raised five children here and all have gone on to successful careers. Four of our grandchildren currently reside in Town and hopefully two more will join them shortly. We are both products of the Hopkinton School system and have absolutely no regrets about our decision to stay in Town. The schools have improved to the point that they are the envy of most communities in the Commonwealth. We both understand well the need to give-back to the community a sentiment that is shared by Lori Nickerson.

Editorial: Supporting Frank Sivo

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I support Frank Sivo for election to the School Committee.

I have known Frank for the past few years and have been impressed by his intelligence, caring, and commitment to conservative management of our tax dollars.

When it comes to local public education, Frank and I have the same goal: a great education at a cost that the town can afford.

Pink Pint Night

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Join us for a ladies’ night out at Pink Pint Night, Thursday, May 15 to taste local microbrews and other beers. Savor delicious food from local restaurants and caterers, including Red Rock Grill & Bar, 3, Not Your Average Joe’s, Mexico City Taqueria, Zaftigs, Tomasso, Twist Bakery & Café, Artistry Kitchen, and more! Shop from local vendors! Take pictures in a fun photo booth! Come support all things local, especially our Library prior to the May 19 Town Election to fund the renovation and expansion!

Parade and Memorial Day Events in Hopkinton: Honor Veterans with Ceremonies, Parade and Taps

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On Monday, May 26, 2014, Hopkinton will hold its annual Memorial Day commemorative events. Events will include prayers, readings, playing of “Taps”, gun salutes, a parade and will culminate with the raising of the flag and the singing of the National Anthem at the Town Common.

Events will begin at the Evergreen Cemetery in Woodville at 9:45 a.m. At 10:30, veteran memorial locations on Mayhew Street will each be honored. The parade to the Town Common Gazebo will start at 11:15 and end at noon with the traditional raising of the flag and the singing of the National Anthem.


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