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Arts in Bloom Gallery Opening Reception

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Planning Board Reviews Plans for 42 Main Street

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The Planning Board continued a public hearing for a Major Project Site Plan Review at 42 Main Street and 5 and 7 Walcott Street in order to allow the Board time to view a current set of plans for the site. Greg Mazur, Steve Lewis and George Marquedant were present to speak at the meeting.

Middlesex Savings Bank Commits $75,000 for Library

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April 29, 2014, Hopkinton, Mass. – Middlesex Savings Bank has pledged to give $75,000 toward the renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. Upon successful votes to fundthe new library at the May 5 Annual Town Meeting and May 19 Town Election, Middlesex Savings Bank will make a charitable gift of $75,000 (over 3 years) to the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation in support of the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library.

Hillers Girls Tennis 1st to qualify for Post Season

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At the halfway mark in the regular season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team is the first of the spring sports teams to qualify for the state tournament. Their record is now 9-0 overall and 7-0 in the Tri Valley League after their latest victory on Tuesday. The Lady Hillers swept Medway winning at all 5 positions. in singles action, #1 Olivia Anderson, #2 Vanessa Prathab, and #3 Devon LaMachia won easily in straight sets. The doubles teams of Ameera Hammouda & Katie Schneider and Sydney Emerson & Laney Emerson recorded strong victories to cap off the shutout.

Hopkinton Hillers beat Medway in 11 innings 3-2

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The Hopkinton Hillers Baseball team improved to 5 and 3 as they took down the Medway Mustangs 3-2. It took 11 innings on an extremely cold, windy afternoon Tuesday but the Hillers got the job done.

Junior Evan Park started for Hopkinton and had a solid outing pitching 6 innings giving up 2 runs on 5 hits and had 6 strikeouts. Andrew McMillan slid over from SS to pitch the remaining 5 innings and kept Medway scoreless while striking out 7.

Editorial: Supporting Sivo and Knight

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I am writing in support of Frank Sivo and Kelly Knight as candidates for Hopkinton School Committee.

They are both successful professionals whom I've known for a couple of years. They are deeply involved in working to to make our community a better place to live and raise a family. They might come at situations from different perspectives but both have the experience and capacity to learn and adjust to find the best innovative solutions.

Jesus Christ Superstar May 2, 3 and 4

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HOPKINTON, MA. -- It’s been 40 years since JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR first hit the big screen, but the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical has morphed from a controversial Broadway show to a time-tested classic. Always one step ahead in the drama scene, the Drama Club of Hopkinton Middle School will perform the beloved musical with a live orchestra May 2, 3 and 4 at the middle school auditorium, 88 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton.

Frank Sivo for School Committee

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My wife Eve and I have lived in Hopkinton for 20 years. We have four children in the public school system. I have been active in our community as a Little League baseball coach, an advocate of special education students, and a member of the Appropriation Committee.

My education includes degrees in engineering as well as an MBA. Professionally, I lead strategic planning processes and the continuous improvement program for large life sciences company.

ICMC Executive Director Teaches the 'Right Way' for Young Children to Watch Screens

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Hopkinton, MA - Sunshine Preschool welcomes Nicole Dreiske, Executive Director of the International Children's Media Center for a parent/teacher workshop, My First Media- Practical Pedagogies for Using Screen Time to Improve Early Childhood Education, on Thursday, May 8, 6:30 pm at St. John's Church, 20 Church St., Hopkinton, MA.

Editorial: Storm-Drain Culvert

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On the afternoon of 3 April I took a walk along the portion of Whitehall State Park that parallels Spring Street. I was most pleasantly surprised to hear this harbinger of Spring in the small pond approximately opposite 42 Spring St. (ensure your computer's volume is turned up)


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