News Archive

French Students Looking for Host Families

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The Hopkinton High School Foreign Language Department is excited to be welcoming 9 French students through Friends of America Cultural Exchange. The students and their teacher will be here from April 20 – May 4 and are in need of host families during this time.

This exchange program has been very successful and rewarding in the past and much of its success is due to the generosity of our Hopkinton families. There will be an information session for host families the evening of March 21.

Hopkinton Middle School Presents "Oliver"

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The Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club will present the musical “Oliver!” on April, 27, 28 and 29 in the Hopkinton Middle School auditorium, 88 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton.

Jeanne M. Sulfaro, 90

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Jeanne M. Sulfaro, 90, died Wednesday March 14, 2012 in Framingham. She was the wife of the late Frank J. Sulfaro, who died in April 1995. Born in Wakefield, she was the daughter of the late Michael and Antonia (Dellegatto) Sulfaro. She was a 1941 graduate of Hopkinton High School.

She is survived by her sons John and wife Brenda of Linwood, Richard and wife Sandra of Hopkinton, and her daughter Donna DeMeo and husband John of Kingston, NH. She also leaves 10 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

Hopkinton Women’s Club’s Annual Cover Design Contest

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The Hopkinton Women’s Club is sponsoring a photo contest for the 2012-13 Community Register & Telephone Directory cover and a design contest for note cards. Submissions will only be accepted from Hopkinton, MA residents. The winning prize is $50 for each design.

Criteria for the telephone directory cover:

1) Photo may be black and white or color, size 5.5” X 8.5” with vertical orientation (may be larger with same proportions).
2) Photo may be printed or digital, realistic or artfully enhanced (if digital, please submit a printed copy).

Wake Up and Smell the Poetry March 17

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A morning celebrating St. Patrick's Day with Poetry, Story and Song with bg Thurston, Raelinda Woad, Candace Curran and Licia Sky.

Hosted by Cheryl Perreault on Saturday, March 17 starting at 10:30. Lunch gathering for those interestedto follow at Hopkinton's new Water Fresh Farm
offering boiled dinners and vegetarian "Irish Garden" soup.

WHERE: HCAM Studio, 77 Main Street, Lower Level, Hopkinton, MA
WHEN: Saturday, March 17 at 10:30am

Admission, coffee, scones free. To reserve a seat or inquire about Open Mic, email

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HCAM Intern Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Raise Funds for Documentary

Hopkinton resident and current Rochester Institute of Technology student Nimish Ajmani and two of his college friends are planning on producing a documentary film about Humans vs. Zombies (or HvZ for short), a week-long game similar to tag that is popular across college campuses throughout the country.

Ajmani got involved with HvZ his freshman year and it immediately became a significant aspect of his college experience.

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HCAM News Visits the Wellness Fair

On Saturday March 10, the Hopkinton Public Schools presented their 10th annual Wellness Fair. Watch the video as HCAM News video coverage of the day's events.

Teens and Mental Health Awareness

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On Monday, March 26th, from 7:00-8:00 pm, Jean Vazza of Hopkinton Youth Services will facilitate a community-minded discussion on "Teens and Mental Health Awareness" at the Hopkinton Public Library. Topics of focus for this small, group-style discussion include awareness of mental health, signs, frequency and identification of mental health disorders, how to discuss mental health issues with teens, and the importance of reducing stigma, and community resources. Participants are invited to contribute their perspectives and suggestions.

Science Fair Project Published

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Callum Bushe and Benjamin Madany, seniors at Hopkinton High School, are published authors! Their science fair project paper, “Solar Storage Blinds,” was included in a newly released book, Award Winning Science Fair Projects Vol. 2, by Sam Levine.

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Measuring Beyond the Classroom at Hopkinton High

Recently, High School students in Timothy Joyce's geometry class were assigned a task;to go around town and find the perimeter and area for everyday objects. The tricky part about the assignment is the fact that many of these types of objects are not regular shapes that can be easily measured such a square, circle or triangle.

Watch the HCAM News video with freshman Amanda Dings as she sets out to measure a stop sign. She decided that the easiest way to tackle finding its area was by breaking it down into smaller parts.


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