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Hiller Varsity Hockey wins

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The Varsity team took on Fitchburg in the first game of the MARK BUSHNOE TOURNAMENT at the Wallace Civic center in Fitchburg. Hopkinton went on the penalty kill early but was able to generate some offense with Jordan Carroll scoring shorthanded from Cam Finlayson and Danny Johnson. Finlayson made it 2-0 with a great move on a penalty shot. Hopkinton scored the final two goals on the powerplay with Finlayson and Carroll finishing on two goal nights. Finlayson had two assists on the night and Alex Terry, Matt Decina and Brendan O’leary also had the Helpers.

Hiller JV wins

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The JV team picked up it’s first win of the season with a 3-1 score over Hopedale-Millis. Tim Greizer put the Hillers on the board first. TJ Fujiyoshi had the second tally of the night to add to his assist on a nice feed from the corner by Mark McKluskey. Kyle Schlicke finished off the scoring for the night.
Tim McGrath played the first half of the game only allowing one goal. Jake Neary finished out the game with a shut out. Next up the Hillers play Northbridge at 5:40 PM on Sunday.

St. John's Men's Group Meeting

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In Hopkinton, St. John's TESTAMENT men's group, on 15 January 2014, at 7:30pm, will hear from the Reverend Christine Whittaker, retired. Her most recent assignment was as Rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Holliston. Discussion will focus on the parallel tribulations of Episcopalians and Catholics regarding improving church attendance trends.

New Traffic Pattern At High School Entrance

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In the interests of increased pedestrian and driver safety, a new traffic pattern will be established at the High School starting on the first school day after the holiday break. Beginning on Thursday, January 2nd, all vehicles entering the High School area (except school buses) will be routed to exit onto Hayden Rowe Street via the Hopkins driveway. This will eliminate the unsafe convergence of traffic from the High School, Middle School, and school bus parking area.

Hillers Win, The Cellys came early and often.

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The event started with the crowd rising to their feet and players removing their helmets for a moment of silence for Abby Benford.

The Hillers had an offensive explosion in their second game of the season VS Assabet. The team rolled up 9 goals on the night. The special teams were outstanding with the power play going 3/5 and the penalty kill going 8/9.

School Committee Budget Presentations

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In the month of January 2014, the School Committee will hold a series of regular meetings and special meetings for budget presentations. All meetings will be held on Thursday nights in the Middle School Cafeteria at 7:30 PM and will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV. The schedule is as follows:

Abbie Benford, 15

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Abbie Benford, 15, of Hopkinton, passed away due to an anaphylactic reaction on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at Boston Children‘s Hospital. Born in Alexandria, VA, she was the daughter of Amy (Brill) Benford and Stephen Benford of Hopkinton.

Center School Evacuated For Gas Odor

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This morning, we enacted an evacuation plan. As a precaution, we relocated staff and students tothe gymnasium due to an odor located in the front of the building. The fire department and NSTAR inspected this area as well as the kitchen and other areas of the building. It was quickly determined that there was no evidence of a gas leak. The evacuation was precautionary. We will always air on the side of caution.

High School Collecting Toys This Week For Children's Hospital

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The High School community is collecting new toys for Children's Hospital on behalf of a family of a current student who is gravely ill there. In lieu of anything, the family has requested that new toys and blankets be donated to the many children that Children's Hospital supports every year. Toys can be dropped off at the High School lobby up until Friday.

Hopkinton's Finest Thanks You

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Hopkinton Police Department wishes to thank both the individual and corporate sponsors who generously donated children’s toys to the 2013 Toys For Toys campaign. Hopkinton Police is proud to partner with the United States Marine Corps in order to make this campaign a success. This year, thanks to all of your generous donations, the Hopkinton Police Toys For Tots drop-off box was overflowing with toys three separate times, as seen in the photo of EMC employees dropping off toys.

Hopkinton Police wish all residents and businesses and a Happy and safe Holiday

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