The Hopkinton Police Department is actively investigating a suspicious incident involving two girls, age twelve and thirteen, who felt men may have been taking their picture as they walked home in the Pond Street and Jamie Lane area of town. The suspicious vehicle was described as a white commercial van with green lettering, and pictures of a baby's face on one side and a mother on the back. The plate was reported as a partial plate bearing SY1. The eyewitness did not see the driver of the van but felt confident that the driver was a man.
SEPAC is the Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Hopkinton SEPAC membership is open to any and all parties. You do not have to have a child with special needs to join. If your child, or you know a child who, has trouble reading, writing, understanding math, has an identified disability or perhaps is undiagnosed, but definitive presence of a disability, organizational, behavior, health or attention difficulties, join Hopkinton SEPAC to learn more about these and other areas in the developing child.
Sterling B. Hager, 104, of Hopkinton, passed away May 10, 2016. Born in Boxborough, he was the son of the late Helen (Ashman) and Milton Hager. He was the husband of the late Annie M. (Granberg) Hager who passed away in 2007.
The Hillers offense rallied in the first inning for 10 runs overall. Hopkinton put up 3 more runs in the 3rd and 7 more in the 4th. The Hillers took the mercy win over Medfield 20-2. Hillers Captain, SS Jack Vaccari went 4-4 in the game with 2 HR's. 2 Doubles, 6 RBI's, he also scored 4 runs. Check out the highlights from the Hillers offensive explosion below. Full Box Score Here!
by Rick Gulla, Executive Producer, Physician Focus
12 May, 2016
An estimated 50,000 Americans die annually from colorectal cancer, about 12,000 more than a capacity crowd at Fenway Park. After lung cancer, the disease is the second leading cause of cancer-related death for both men and women in the United States.
The sad part of the story is that colorectal cancer can be prevented through screening. Yet 23 million adults – about one in three – don’t get screened as recommended.
5/10/16 - The HMS baseball team improved its record yesterday with a 13-8 victory in Ashland. Nate Bertucci-Bissonette pitched a one-hitter through 5 innings. The team stole 14 bases in the game.
5/11/16 - The HMS baseball team lost to a very strong Nipmuc team 11-9 yesterday. Leading the way for the Hillers offensively was Jack Wehle (3 hits), Tommy Ambrosone (2 hits) and Drew Saporoschetz (2 hits). The team's record now stands at 5-2. There is a home game today versus Medfield at 3:45 on Field 5.
Please come join the Hopkinton Firefighters Local 3772 for a delicious spaghetti and meatball dinner on Wednesday, June 15 from 5:00-9:00 PM at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club, 225 Wood Street, Hopkinton. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Polls open Monday, May 16th for the Hopkinton Town Election, this year there are 7 contested races. the HCAM contested races debate featured candidates from 5 contested races. Panelists included; Freelance Reporter, Michelle Murdock, President of eHop , Amy Ritterbusch and HCAM News Director, Tom Nappi
Part 1 featured: Town Clerk (Connor Degan, Henry Kunicki) Town Moderator (Dr. Bruce Karlin, Thomas Garabedian), Board of Health (Dr. Phillip Cohen, Jennifer Flanagan), Parks & Recreation (Eric Sonnett, Kelly Karp)
Part 2 featured: Board of Selectmen candidates (Michael Umina, Brendan Tedstone, Claire Wright and Margaret Wiggin)