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Hopkinton Public Schools FY2013 Budget Book Now Available Online

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Each year, the Hopkinton Schools prepare an overview of the Hopkinton Public Schools budget for the public in advance of Annual Town Meeting. The FY 13 "Budget Book" is now available for review on the district's homepage. Click Here to Review.

Health IT: Good Medicine

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If, at your last medical visit, your physician spent a fair amount of time staring into a computer and pounding its keyboard, don't feel bad. It’s part of the rapid advance of technology in health care.

For most industries and professions, technology has meant progress: more productivity, lower costs, better products and services. Healthcare hasn’t kept pace, however, but it’s beginning to catch up quickly.

Women's Club "Meet the Candidates" Now Available Online

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On Wednesday, April 25, the Women's Club held its annual "Meet the Candidates Night" in the HCAM Studio. The program was broadcast live and is now available on the HCAM webiste for viewing.

Check it out and make sure you're an informed voter on election day, Monday, May 21, 2012.

Sports Scores

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team improved to 5-2 (5-2 TVL) with a 6-2 win at home over Medway on Friday, April 27. Senior righty Jake Haroian earned the win, striking out 12 in 6 innings of work. Connor Farrell came on in relief and held the Mustangs scoreless in the seventh to finish off the win. Senior first baseman Tim Moberg led the offense with a double, home run, and 3 RBI, while Senior co-captain and centerfielder Alex Hulme added two hits and scored two runs.

Water Ban Now in Effect

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In a public notice posted on the town website, John Westerling, Director of Public Works, has declared a Mandatory State of Water Conservation effective May 1, 2012 through September 30, 2012 for all customers connected to the municipal water system.

As stated in the notice, this mandatory action is required by the Department of Environmental Protection's Final Water Management Act Permit and by Hopkinton's Town By-Laws.

Patrick-Murray Administration Establishes Council for Innovation

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Governor Deval Patrick has signed an executive order establishing the Commonwealth’s Council for Innovation, continuing the Administration’s ongoing efforts to change the way government does business, while achieving savings for taxpayers. The council will advise Governor Patrick on the best opportunities to improve government efficiency and use technology to streamline delivery of services to people, businesses and local governments.

Chamber of Commerce Presents "State of the Town"

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On Tuesday, May 1, 2012, the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce will present its annual "State of the Town". This program will prove to be an informative lead up to Hopkinton’s Annual Town Meeting set to begin on Tuesday, May 7, 2012. If you are interested in the state of Hopkinton’s fiscal affairs you won’t want to miss this event. You will leave with a clear understanding of Hopkinton’s current fiscal situation, as well as upcoming challenges and opportunities that will have an impact on our future.

Presenters will include:

  • Todd Cestari, Chair, Hopkinton Board of Selectmen

Price Chopper Launches Hiring Our Heroes Campaign in Hopkinton

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Price Chopper is opening a hiring center to build staff for their newest store in Hopkinton, and is looking to hire approximately 200 part-time teammates.

Price Chopper, with 129 stores in six states and 23,000+ team members, is looking for enthusiastic, qualified individuals to join the team and to build a lasting career with a family in business.

Price Chopper offers an excellent compensation and benefit package that includes healthcare, dental, vision, long/short term disability, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, profit sharing, pension and a company-matched 401(k) program.

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Students Receive Awards from Hopkinton Women's Club

For over 50 years, The Hopkinton Women's Club's Scholarship Fund has awarded scholarships to high school students. And at a luncheon at the Hopkinton Country Club on April 25th, four students were recognized and received scholarships for their academic achievements, leadership skills, and dedication to the community.

Boys Track Hopkinton v. Bellingham 4/26/2012

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Hopkinton boys track defeat Bellingham 77 to 59. Hopkinton goes to 4-2 on the season. For a complete list of results, see the spreadsheet attached below.


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