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Anjali Mitter Duva at the Hopkinton Senior Center

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Anjali Mitter Duva, author of Faint Promise of Rain, will speak about Indian history and dance at the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street, on Wednesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM and will demonstrate Indian dance. She will also bring delicious samosas to try! Books will be available for purchase at the end of the evening. The event is sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library.

Hillers Sports Update 10-3-2016

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-Hillers Varsity Field Hockey improved to 6-1-2 on Friday with a 4-0 win over Bellingham.

-Hillers Varisty Football fell to 1-3 on Friday with a 35-16 loss to Norton.

-Hillers Boys Soccer fell to 3-5-1 with a 1-0 loss to Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Girls Soccer improved to 2-3-4 with a 2-0 win over Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Volleyball improved to 9-1 with a 3-0 shutout over Medway Friday.

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Boston Jeweler is “Going to the Dogs”

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Harper & Faye Jewelers Inventory Clearance Sale to Benefit Greyhound Friends

Hopkinton, MA-Those shopping for fine jewelry and American crafts can now assist nonprofit rescue shelter Greyhound Friends and their ongoing quest to care for greyhounds and hounds and adopt them into loving homes.

Video: Hopkinton Resident, James Valis awarded as top 40 local business leader by Worcester Business Journal

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Thirty-Nine year old James Valis is a founding partner of Blackstone Valley Welath Management LLC. located at 22 South St. in Hopkinton and he is celebrating a prestigious honor. James was awarded by the Worcester Business Journal as one of the top 40 local business leaders under 40 years old.

James grew up in the Worcester area and stayed around the area until he went for his Masters of Business Degree from Bryant University. James and his founding partner Gregg Manis set up their private wealth management service in Hopkinton about 3 and a half years ago.

The Emerging Trend of Telemedicine

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In this age of high technology, going to a doctor is taking on a new twist. Telemedicine – the exchange of information via electronic means to improve a patient’s health – is rapidly changing the practice of medicine.

Tips from Angel's: Importance of Pollinator Plants

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With summer coming to an end, Owner of Angel’s Garden Center, Jeff Doherty shared with us why pollinator plants are an important addition to your garden to maintain our food source in his new segment on HCAM news called Tips from Angel’s.

Hillers Sports Update 9-28-2016

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-Hillers Boys Cross Country took down Holliston on Wednesday 21-38 and improved to 3-1 on the season. Despite losing a lot of the team to graduation last year, this years young Hillers are tied for 2nd in the TVL.

-Hillers GIrls Cross Country continued to show why they are ranked 3rd in the state as they defeated Holliston 15-50. The Hillers and Dover-Sherborn are both 4-0 and the only teams in the TVL with undefeated records.

Celebrate the HMS Mission Statement October 19th at 6pm

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Dear Hopkinton Community Members,

Please join us on Wednesday, October 19 from 6:00-7:30pm in the HMS Courtyard.

A new Mission Statement has been developed for the Hopkinton Middle School. Come and enjoy some refreshments and snacks while learning all about it.

Please RSVP by October 4, 2016.


Thank you,

The HMS Mission Committee

Movie Night to Raise Funds for Hopkinton HS Alpine Race Team

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The Hopkinton High School Alpine Race Team will be screening a premiere of this years 2016 MSP Ski Movie - RUIN & ROSE. As part of the Premiere World Tour and stopping in our very own Middle School Auditorium. Check out the Trailer on youtube. Screening will be at 7pm, $10 tickets sold at the door. Our efforts will support fundraising for the establishment of Hopkinton High School very first Alpine Race Team. Proceeds from fundraising will be targeted to cover team costs and reduce direct costs to students/racers to ensure our team is a great success.

Hillers to Play First Game of the Season at Hopkinton HS. 9/30

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After playing their first 2 home games at Medway High School, the Hillers will take the field at David M. Hughes stadium for the first time this season on Friday (Sept 30th). The 1-2 Hillers will welcome in TVL rival, 2-1 Norton Lancers. Drought conditions and needed repairs to the irrigation system for the fields delayed the 1st game at Hopkinton High School, but the necessary repairs have been made and the field restored and ready for Football!


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