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Flu Season is Here!

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Flu season is here. Stop by Hopkinton Drug and get your flu shot 7 days a week during regular pharmacy business hours. No appointment necessary and insurance is accepted.

Cynthia Sue (Halpert) Cardillo, 62

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Cynthia Sue (Halpert) Cardillo, 62, of Hopkinton, passed away Wednesday, October 4, 2017 surrounded by her close circle of family and friends. Born in Boston, she grew up in Chestnut Hill and was the daughter of the late Ruth Ann (Janis) and Charles Lawrence Halpert. She was the beloved wife of twenty-five years to John David Cardillo of Hopkinton and loving mother of Jason P. Cardillo of Brighton, and Kimberly A. Cardillo of Hopkinton.

Video: Hopkinton Library Renovation Recognition Ceremony

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On October 4th, the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and Middlesex Savings Bank held a ceremony to recognize the many contributors to the Hopkinton Library renovation and expansion project. Speakers included Marion C. Intinarelli and Jon Auger of Middlesex Savings Bank, Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce President, Scott Richardson, Board of Selectmen Chair, John Coutinho, Hopkinton Library Foundation President, Laura Barry and Hopkinton Library Director, Heather Backman. Middlesex savings bank also presented many of the contributors to the project with certificates for their efforts.

Hopkinton Public Library Foundation Hosts Capstone Fundraising Event: “A Novel Affair,” Saturday, October 28, 2017, 7:30-10:30 PM

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Tickets are selling quickly for Hopkinton’s Event of the Century: “A Novel Affair – A Literary Cocktail Benefit”. This once in a lifetime event celebrating the past and future of our beloved Library, will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 7:30-10:30 PM, in the newly renovated and expanded Hopkinton Public Library. In the first two weeks of sales, nearly 75% of the tickets have been purchased for this highly anticipated event, and it is expected that tickets will sell out well in advance.

Last Chance to Get Your tickets!

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Hopkinton Public Library Foundation Hosts Capstone Fundraising Event:
“A Novel Affair,” Saturday, October 28, 2017, 7:30-10:30 PM

Video: Board of Selectmen Update 10-3-2017

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Included in the last Board of Selectmen meeting, DPW director John Westerling gave an update on some of the tasks and projects of the hardworking Hopkinton Department of Public Works (DPW) department. The Board of Selectmen also invited the NBA champion Golden State Warriors to Hopkinton to celebrate their championship. View the news segment and full meeting below.

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Friends of Whitehall Fall Clean Up October 14th, 2017

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The Friends of Whitehall will have their 13th annual fall clean-up on Saturday October 14th from 9 AM until Noon. Please join us at the boat landing at Whitehall State Park on Wood Street (Rte. 135) in Hopkinton for a little pre-Halloween fun and work. Our goal will once again be to pick up trash and debris from the trails and shoreline around Lake Whitehall. The lake and trails were heavily used this summer so we will have quite a bit to do. We will also clean up some roadsides near the lake. Bug spray, gloves, trash bags, tools, and water will be provided.

Video: Eric Carty Gives Update on Water Tanks

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Water & Sewer Director, Eric Carty gave an update about the new Water Tank that is in the process of being installed on Hayden Rowe. The tank was nearly completely installed last week, some more work needs to be done to make the tank functional and tie it in to the water supply. The project is estimated to be finished sometime in November 2017. View more in the news segment below.


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The Hopkinton Public Library Grand Opening celebration, originally scheduled for October 16, has been rescheduled for Friday, October 27. Speeches and a ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at 11 a.m., followed by refreshments, activities, and tours of the new building. Additional tours of the building and separate ribbon cuttings for the Young Adult and Children's Rooms will take place that evening. The Library Trustees will release a full schedule for the day when speakers have been confirmed.

Video: Downtown Corridor Project Public Forum

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A public forum was held at the Hopkinton Senior Center to discuss the Downtown Corridor Project. Town Manager, Norman Khumalo shared some of the background of the project which has been discussed for nearly 20 years. John Bechard of VHB presented the proposed $8,000,000 plan. View the news segment and full public forum in the videos below.

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