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Responsive Classroom, A New Approach to Teaching

If you were to visit Meaghan Wiinters or Bridget Marzilli's classroom at Elmwood School, you would have the opportunity to see a new approach to teaching being used called the Responsive Classroom.

"It's an approach to teaching," said Marzilli. "It's sort of like a philosopy. It's just the idea that you want to build this community within your classroom so that kids feel confident and safe."

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BOS Preview

The Board of Selectmen will meet on Tuesday, December 20. Listen as Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Operations Assistant Geri Holland provide a sneak peek at their upcoming agenda.

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HHS Track

Both the Hillers girls and boys track teams ran away with the competition on December 14th, with each team winning convincingly against Tri-Valley League rival Holliston. Both teams added another victory to extend their unbeaten records this season to 3-0, with the girls cruising to a 66-19 victory and the boys easily winning 63-23. Each team achieved their victories thanks to several first place finishes, with the girls winning 9 of 10 events and the boys finishing first in 8 out of 10 events.

Hopkinton Outruns Holliston at Athletic Center Today

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Tri-Valley League Indoor Track and Field Results from today's meet against Holliston. Both the Boys and Girls teams were winners.

Click Here for boys results.

Click Here for girls results.

Results are also attached below.

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Gallery G is Open!

It's a busy time of year at Angel's Garden Center as the holiday season approaches and customers shop for that perfect Christmas tree. For the second year in a row, while looking for that tree, customers can visit Gallery G, an art exhibit housed in an unused greenhouse and the brainchild of Steven Doherty, the brother of Angel's Garden Center owner, Jeff Doherty.

Watch the HCAM News video below to learn more about Doherty and the other local artists who are exhibiting their work at Gallery G through the first of the year.

Hopkinton History: The 1955 Granite Street Fire

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Hopkinton Fire Department and HCAM-TV Photographer Dick Bartlett shares this story of a tragic blaze that occurred in Hopkinton exactly 56 years ago.

Senior's Christmas Bash!

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T’is the season to be jolly, merry, festive, holly, and just plain ol’ happy! There’s been plenty to be jolly about at the Senior Center this past week. The center is all decked out in preparation for the holiday, looking pretty special for this Christmas season.

Dream Dinners Hosts Menu Tasting Open House

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Starting in February, Dream Diiners in Milford, Massachusetts will once again be hosting its monthly Menu Tasting Open House. According to Hopkinton resident and co-owner Michele Guilmette, these free events provide an opportunity to learn about the leading meal assembly service in the country while sampling someof the delicious meals from the current menu.

Hopkinton Cheerleaders Ask For Your Support

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The Hopknton Varsity Cheerleaders will be representing Hopkinton High School at the 2012 United Sates Spirit Nationals at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. While they are very fortunate to have a chance to compete, this also means that they will need to finance the trip for 19 athletes and two chaperones. The estimated cost of the trip is approximately $18,000.

Nancy Wood, 83

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Nancy Wood, 83, of Hopkinton, passed away Monday, December 12, 2011. Born in Cambridge and raised in Natick, she was the daughter of the late Mary (Ferreira) and Frank Angelo. She was the wife of the late Harold Wood.

She was a bookkeeper at Dennison.

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