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A New Sign for the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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Kelly Grill of Enter Stage Left Theater, Kris Waldman of the Cultural Arts Alliance, and Kevin Delbridge of the Hopkinton Community Endowment pose next to the new sign for the Hopkinton Center for the Arts at 98 Hayden Rowe Street. The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is a collaboration of the three organizations, and its mission is provide a multi-media arts facility that will allow individuals and organizations to create and present quality visual and performing arts, arts education and events. For more information visit their website.

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Preview of Selectmen's Agenda

The Board of Selectmen's next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2011. Watch the HCAM News video with Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Operations Assistant Geri Holland for a preview of their upcoming agenda.

Costume Donations Needed

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Halloween is fast approaching and the HPTA is looking for gently used Halloween costumes for their annual Halloween Costume Sale. The sale takes place on Saturday, October 15, from 12pm to 2pm at the Center School Cafeteria. Costumes start at $5.....

Donations can be dropped off in the marked bins at Colella's Supermarket, Elmwood School and at the Hopkinton Public Library.

For more information, contact Amy Watson at watsonamyb@gmail.com or 508-544-2844.

Breathing Easy

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Mavis Jaworski, M.D., and Ronald Sen, M.D., on this month's Physician Focus

There’s a reason you see lots of those commercials for COPD on television. It’s a common, life-threatening lung disease that claims close to 125,000 lives each year and is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder is one of a number of common respiratory conditions – such as asthma and tuberculosis - that affect millions of people around the world and present major challenges to our public health as well as our personal health.

Educate Hopkinton Fast Facts and Fall Survey

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Here's an update from Educate Hopkinton....

What was the most clicked link in Educate Hopkinton's email blast last week?
By far, it was the link to a map of the location of the proposed Milford casino, which would be nestled between Route 85 and Route 16 on the Hopkinton/Holliston side of Milford. You can find it in this blog posting:
http://educatehopkinton.blogspot.com/2011/09/hopkinton-unemployment-rema...

What is the most visited page on the Educate Hopkinton website lately?

Ashland Man Charged In Terrorism Plot

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A 26-year-old Ashland man was arrested and charged on September 28 in connection with his plot to damage or destroy the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol, using large remote controlled aircraft filled with C-4 plastic explosives. Rezwan Ferdaus, a U.S. citizen, was also charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization, specifically to al Qaeda, in order to carry out attacks on U.S. soldiers stationed overseas.

Paul R. Annunziata, 63

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Paul Raffaele “Nunzi” Annunziata, 63, of Holliston, passed away after a valiant battle with cancer. He was the son of the late Dr. Joseph F. and Rita (O’Callaghan) Annunziata of Hopkinton, MA and the brother of the late Attorney Joseph F. Annunziata, Jr. of Framingham.

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Arteriocyte CEO Don Brown Visits the Veterans' Breakfast

As part of their monthly breakfast at the Senior Center, Hopkinton's veterans were treated to a presentation by Arteriocyte CEO and Hopkinton resident Don Brown.

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Principal Geary Talks About the Pep Rally Changes

Watch the HCAM News interview with Principal Alyson Geary as she explains her rationale for the Pep Rally changes at Hopkinton High.

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20/20 - The Public Private Partnership for Economic Development

The partnership between the Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Hopkinton, which will allow the Chamber to lead the town’s economic development efforts, is now official. Selectmen voted earlier this month to approve the agreement between the two groups after an update by Chamber Executive Director Tim Kilduff and President Bob McGuire which introduced the goals of the public private partnership dubbed “Hopkinton 20/20”

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