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Dr. Cappetta to Speak on “The Gift of Singleness” at Single Again Meeting January 20

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Dr. Vinnie Cappetta, a licensed counselor and an associate pastor, will be discussing “The Gift of Singleness” at the Single Again meeting being held at 7:00 p.m. on January 20. The Single Again meeting is open to the public and will take place at the Parish Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton.

In addition to being a counselor at the Check Your Compass Counseling in Hopkinton, Dr. Cappetta is also associate pastor of Crossroads Community Church, Framingham.

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First Look:A New Episode of All About Hopkinton

Margie Wiggin discusses her myriad of work in the community on a new episode of All About Hopkinton, airing tonight, Wednesday January 4th, at 8:00 PM on HCAM-TV.

Too much medicine?

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Does more medical care lead to better health? For most of us, the answer to that question would be yes. Annual check-ups and screenings are intended to catch problems early, when they are most treatable.

Recent research, however, is showing that many medical tests and procedures are unnecessary and in some cases, can cause harm. Increasingly, more physicians are wary about the problems caused by ‘too much medicine.”

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: December 18th - 25th

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According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton last week was 54.3 degrees, the lowest was 11.2 Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 32.7 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 71.4%, the peak was 97% while the lowest was 33%. Wind Speed averaged 1.1 MPH, while reaching a high of 9 MPH. Precipitation accumulated 1.04 inches last week in Hopkinton. You can see all the averages for Hopkinton below and be on the lookout for future weather updates in Hopkinton.

Vets Breakfast january 6.

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Dear Vets and Friends:

The Christmas season is behind us. Now is the time to return to a more healthy diet. Our government has developed a way that, especially at our age, can facilitate a resurgence of your slim, trim, firm, healthy body. How, you ask? Return to your chipped beef rations! The Vets Breakfast on Friday, 6 January 2017, at 0900 hours, in the Senior Center mess hall is the answer.

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First Look- A New Episode of Hopkinton Coffee Break

The Coffee Break hosts gather to discuss the rapidly approaching year's end, and discuss the many changes that 2016 has brought to Hopkinton, airing tonight, December 30th, at 8:00 PM on HCAM-TV.

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First Look: A New Episode of Character Matters

Margie Wiggins talks with kids and community members about the merits of being responsible, airing Thursday at 6:30 Pm and this weekend on HCAM-TV.

Hopkinton Garden Club Speaker Series

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“Flowering Trees and Shrubs for the Home Landscape” With Suzanne Mahler Wednesday, January 18, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Woody plants form the backbone of our landscapes. Explore the beauty of flowering trees and shrubs with a look beyond the fleeting flowers to varieties that provide attractive forms, colorful foliage, textural bark, and fruits for interest in more than one season. Discover new treasures to enhance your backyard retreats. 

FF Finneran Graduates Fire Academy

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The Hopkinton Fire Department is proud to announce the graduation of Firefighter Paul Finneran from the Massachusetts Career Recruit Firefighter Training Program on December 23, 2016. Paul was a part of 37 Graduates from 20 Fire Departments.

The graduates, 35 men and two women, represent the 20 fire departments of: Boxford, Devens, East Bridgewater, Everett, Falmouth, Hanson, Harwich, Holden, Hopkinton, Lakeville, Medford, Methuen, Newton, Norwood, Salem, Seekonk, Westwood, Weymouth, Winthrop and Woburn.

Dr. John Healy Duffy, 88

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Dr. John Healy Duffy, 88, of Hopkinton, MA died peacefully in the presence of loving family members on Saturday, December 24, 2016 at Oak Knoll Healthcare in Framingham, MA. Born May 25, 1928, Dr. Duffy grew up in Fall River, MA with his parents and three younger sisters. He attended Durfee High School in Fall River, where he played trumpet in the high school band. After graduating from Durfee in 1945, Dr. Duffy enlisted in the Army and served at Fort Sheridan, IL until 1947, where he played trumpet for the 5th Army band. Dr.

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