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Bison Burgers In Hopkinton

Zio Quattro owner, Paul Winshman, was back before the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, April 24 to request approval for changes to his new restaurant currently under construction at the Hopkinton Square development. Watch the clip from the meeting to learn more and to hear what is being added.

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April 2012 "To Your Health": Choosing a Doctor

Welcome to another edition of To Your Health. I’m Dr. Jim Kenealy.

Other than choosing a significant other or spouse, picking a physician is probably the most important relationship we have. We want our doctor to be well-trained and competent, but also caring, compassionate, and understanding of our unique needs. As with many things in life, there is no one “best” doctor, instead seek out the physician who is the right fit for you and your family.

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Hopkinton Part of 2012 Solarize Massachusetts Project

Hopkinton was recently chosen as one of 17 communities to receive a grant and take part in the second phase of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's Solarize Massachusetts project. The project promotes the use of solar power in communities through education, marketing, and outreach.

Watch the HCAM News video for more!

Check Out More Photos From Monday's Fire

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Staff Photographer Dick Bartlett was at The 6 Alarm fire in Marlboro, which crews from Hopkinton and many other towns in the Fire District came to help put under control. You saw a couple pictures on The Shoot, but now you can see over 160 pictures that he took that day at Scene in Hopkinton.

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day This Saturday

On Saturday April 28, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hopkinton Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to Hopkinton Police Headquarters at 74 Main Street Hopkinton, MA. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

4th Annual Spring Green Up Day Saturday, April 28, 2012

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Hopkinton's Sustainable Green Committee will be holding its 4th Annual Spring Green Up on the Town Common at 9:00 am on April 28th. Many town organizations, clubs and neighborhoods will again be participating in the effort to clean up Hopkinton. Residents are encouraged to grab a pair of gloves and a garbage bag and either head out your door to pick up trash, or identify an area of town that needs clean up and head there. Plans have been made to work with town groups to organize clean up of areas in need.

Candidate Statement: Jon Graziano

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My name is Jon Graziano, and I am running for School Committee. My wife, Erin, and I moved to Hopkinton two years ago. As the parents of three young children (ages 6, 4 and 1), one of the primary reasons we were attracted to the town was the school system, and our experience so far has validated that decision. Over the past year I have been the Appropriations Committee liaison to the School Committee.

Last Week to See Local Artists in Form & Fiber Art Show

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Local artists from Creative Insight Studio, together with Hopkinton artists from Women Unraveled are pleased to announce their collaborative exhibition “Form & Fiber”. Hosted by the Ashland Public Library, “Form & Fiber” will showcase sculptural pieces made by the artists of Creative Insight Studio together with contemporary fiber art by Women Unraveled. The show will feature many recent works including group challenges and individually motivated pieces inspired by each artist’s singular vision.

Candidate Endorsement: Jean Bertschmann

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My name is Mary Murphy and I am supporting Jean Bertschmann for School Committee because she is a hard worker and has a wealth of history and knowledge about the Hopkinton schools. With 4 children (often spanning one in each school), she didn’t just sit back and watch things happen- she got involved!

I worked with Jean when we both served on the HHS School Council. I have observed her to be a level headed, thoughtful leader. She has a quiet way of listening and educating herself and others on the needs of our town.

Endorsing Jean Bertschmann for School Committee

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I am writing to endorse Jean Bertschmann for re-election for School Committee. I have
known Jean for over ten years. We met when our daughters were in kindergarten
together. She has been a friend and someone I have worked with in several capacities
over the years. I was able to see Jean in action as she led the HPTA. She was forward-
thinking, innovative, approachable and very dedicated. She attended all the events,
whether she needed to or not, just to show her support. I became active with the SPEAC


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