News Archive

Video: Hopkinton's Automated Curbside Collection Forum

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Director of Public Works, John Westerling, joined HCAM News Director, Tom Nappi for a live forum to discuss options going forward in trash and recycling collection for the town of Hopkinton. You can view the video below.

Ashland Legion returns to HCAM and WACA TV for 3rd season!

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For the 3rd season HCAM TV in Hopkinton and WACA TV in Ashland will air taped broadcasts of Ashland Legion Baseball Post 77 home games! All home games will be played at Ashland Middle School. HCAM's Tom Nappi will provide play by play of the games while WACA TV will work the camera.

HCAM-ED airs on Comcast channel 96 and on Verizon channel 31. HCAM-TV is Hopkinton's Public and Governmental channel airing on Comcast channel 8 and Verizon channel 30.

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: May 22nd - May 29th

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According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton last week was 96.4 degrees, the lowest was 43.2 Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 67.2 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 72%, the peak was 97% while the lowest was 20%. Wind Speed averaged 1.4 MPH, while reaching a high of 6 MPH. Precipitation accumulated 0.27 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.

Upcoming Events at Fatima Shrine

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THE SEVENTH of a series of monthly programs connected with the JUBILEE OF MERCY which will run from December 2015 till November 2016.

The SEVENTH gathering is set for

+ Sunday June 12, 2016 - from 3:30pm - 6:00pm
+ Presenter: Members of Pax Christi - Board of Massachusetts

Video: HCAM News 5-20-2016

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Coming up on this edition of HCAM News, Hillers softball had an epic pitchers dual with Norton, Highlights from the Hopkinton Police Association Fishing Derby and you’ll learn about a free art group open to the public at the Hopkinton Senior Center but first, some town government happenings you should know about.

Hopkinton Council on Aging Vacancy Announcement

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On May 17, 2016, the Board of Selectmen publicly acknowledged the resignation of a member of the
Hopkinton Council on Aging and are currently seeking candidates for this position.

The Board of Selectmen appoints the members of this seven member board whose mission it is to
promote the well-being and enhance the quality of life for adults 60 years old and older in Hopkinton,
and coordinating and carrying out programs designed to meet the problems of the elderly in
cooperation with programs of the Massachusetts Office of Elder Affairs.

The Hillers Abby Jaye Finished 4th in South Sectional Girls Golf Championship

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A member of the Hopkinton Hillers Golf Team, Abby Jaye placed 4th of 56 competitors in the "MIAA State South Sectional Girls Golf Championship". Abby qualified for the state championship next week. Hopkinton Hillers Golf Head Coach, Dick Bliss sent out the following announcement;

"Hello Friends of Hiller Golf,

St. Paul’s Introduces Single Again with Ice Cream Social June 10

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Single Again, a new support group for people who, though divorce, death, or other circumstances are single again, will be hosting an ice-cream social/inaugural meeting at St. Paul’s Episcopal church hall on Friday, June 10 at 7:00 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss what topics and activities Single Again members would like to see in future meetings while enjoying ice cream. Anyone interested in exploring Single Again is invited to attend.

Video: Memorial Day Preparations

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Members of Hopkinton Boys and Girls Scouts helped refresh flags on graves of Veterans at Evergreen and Mount Auburn Cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day Festivities. Check out some footage below.

Vets Breakfast Friday June 3

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Dear Vets and Friends:

It is great that you are maintaining the momentum to build Hopkinton's military archives. This wonderful resource will benefit future generations, thanks to you.

These sites are valuable and hopefully permanent records of Hopkinton's history.


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