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Roadwork Notice: Streets to be Resurfaced This Year

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As we approach the start of our roadway resurfacing season I would like to thank the residents of Hopkinton for their continued support of our Pavement Management Program. We had a very successful 2017 season and hope to continue that in 2018 as funding allows. Each street that is on this year’s list has been inspected and evaluated to determine which treatment method is best based on its current condition. This will help ensure that we are maximizing the use of our roadwork funding.

2018 Unofficial Hopkinton Town Election Results

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Below are the Unofficial 2018 Hopkinton Town Election Results

Board of Selectmen (2 seats available)
-Irfan Nasrullah - 1006
-Brian Herr - 875
Patrick Atwell - 601

Planning Board (2 seats available)
-Deborah S. Fein-Brug - 939
-Mary E. Larson-Marlowe - 908
Mark Hyman - 669

School Committee (2 seats available)
-Amanda Fargiano - 924
-Margaret B. Tyler - 904
Kristin A. Dykstra - 632

Board of Library Trustees (1 seat available)
-Stanley Pulnik - 730
Nanette Kenrick - 565

Did You Miss the HHS Drama Ensemble's One Act Play Festival?

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On Thursday, May 17th, the Hopkinton High School Drama Ensemble held their annual One Act Play Festival. Five plays, that were written and directed by the students, were featured.

The Book Club, written and directed by Kaylin Brentana and Ethan Ritterbusch and is about a mother and housewife, Nicole, and her husband, Mark, are moving into a new town. In an attempt to meet some new people Nicole joins a book club of local moms. However, she soon begins to realize that there is more to this book club than just cheese, crackers, and mom-gossip.

Video: Departing School Committee Members, Jean Bertschmann and Jon Graziano Recognized for Service

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Departing School Committee Chair, Jean Bertschmann and Member, Jon Graziano were honored at this past Thursdays School Committee Meeting. A number of community members, co-workers and government officials including State Representative, Carolyn Dykema and Selectmen, Brian Herr spoke about the invaluable service given by Jean Bertschmann and Jon Graziano to the community. View some highlights in the video below.

Video: 2018 Hopkinton High School Art Show

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Artwork from across the Hopkinton School System is on display at Hopkinton High School. On Thursday, many residents came to take in the beautiful scenery during the Art Show hours. View some of the great pieces of work in the video below.

Fire Flow Test May 22nd

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Please be advised that a required fire flow test will take place next week on South Street, Tuesday May 22nd, at approximately 9:00AM. Because these tests will take place on main transmission lines, customers may notice some discoloration during and after the tests throughout town. Please avoid doing any laundry, dishwasher loads or other water use activities, during this time. Any discoloration that may occur will eventually dissipate. Please check you water before using it. You may need to run your cold water line to clear your internal pipes after the test is complete.

Video: Meet the 2018 Hopkinton Hillers Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team

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Last season the Hopkinton Hillers Varsity Girls Lacrosse team went 9 and 9 and lost in the 1st round of the playoffs. This year under new Coach, Katelyn Barry and led by Captains: Lydia Rudden, Beth Koeller and Maggie Dolan they look to take it a step further. HCAM news recently caught up with the 1st year Head Coach and Captains. View in the video below.

Celebrate Milford Event Postponed, will take place Sunday, May 20th

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The Celebrate Milford Committee has been actively monitoring the weather forecast for the past several days and has been in regular contact with the Town of Milford’s Parks Departments. Mother nature doesn’t appear to be on our side this Saturday.

After much deliberation, it is with great regret that we POSTPONE Celebrate Milford from Saturday, May 19th to Sunday May 20th, which was our published rain date.

The Youth Parade set to begin at 10:00 am is CANCELLED

The event will now run from noon to 8:00 pm

Vendors may begin their setup at 9:00 am

Hopkinton High School Pops Concert Sunday May 20th 3pm

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Hopkinton High School cordially invites the public to its annual POPS Concert 2018 on Sunday May 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Enjoy performances by the music department’s Chorus, Noteworthy, Men’s Chorus, Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Lab, Symphonic Band, & Concert Band.

WHERE: High School Athletic Center at 90 Hayden Rowe St.

ADMISSION: $5 for individuals, $20 per family.
All proceeds go to the Hopkinton Music Association Scholarship fund.

Refreshments included with admission!

Drum Circle Workshop at St. Paul’s on June 15

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St. Paul's Single Again group will be holding a Drum Circle Workshop by Dave Curry on Friday, June 15 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton. No experience is necessary and drums will be available. This event is free and open to the public. .

"Group drumming has been with humanity since before the dawn of written history," Dave Curry explained. "Group drumming can be fun, but it can also touch something ancient inside us that reminds us of the power of rhythm to unite people around a common cause.".


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