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26 Year Old Hopkinton Man survives branch through Windshield

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Strong wind Monday Afternoon led to a branch flying through a windshield of a car driving on Rte. 135 in Ashland. At the time the branch smashed through the windshield, a 26 year old Hopkinton man was driving. According to reports the driver fortunately was not harmed. The winds Monday reached above 30 mph in the Hopkinton/Ashland area and this should be a reminder to all of how dangerous the strong gusts can be.

Elementary School Building Committee Releases Site Alternatives

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Hopkinton’s Elementary School Building Committee (ESBC) has set the date for their next community workshop, "Understanding Site Options," to be held January 24th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., at the Hopkinton Middle School library. This is the second of three workshops designed to engage the public in the Center School Feasibility Study, a project to address the constraints at Center School focused on meeting the needs of Hopkinton's pre-K through 1st grade educational program. “We’ve reached a very exciting point in the timeline of this project," said ESBC Clerk Rob Nickerson.

Metrowest Daily News Girls Volleyball "Super Team" is loaded with Hillers

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The Metrowest Daily News have posted their "Super Team"! The Metrowest Daily News article lists the best of the best in Girls Volleyball from around the area. The Division 2 State Champion Hopkinton Hillers are well represented on the Metrowest Daily News Super Team. The Hillers named to the super team consist of: Holly Adams, Renee Cooprider and Hanna Engstrom. Kaitlin West was also featured in the article as she was named to the Metrowest Daily News First Team, Whitney Thalheimer was named to the Metrowest Daily News Second team.

Hopkinton Outdoor Rink to Open Tuesday Jan 6th

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The freezing weather is here which means the new Hopkinton High School Outdoor Rink will open for Skating. The Rink is due to open Tuesday January 6th for the first time this season and with freezing temperatures on the way, it should mean the rink will be open a good portion of the coming weeks. As long as the temperatures stay cold, the rink will stay open.

Gun Shots Reported at Hopkinton State Park

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Hopkinton P.D., Ashland P.D. and rescue teams were on the scene Friday afternoon at the Hopkinton State Park boat ramp for a report of a shooting. According to reports the 55 year old male had a self inflicted gunshot wound to the heart area. The man was stabilized and taken to UMass Worcester Trauma Center.

Christmas Tree Pick Up

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Boy Scout Troop 4 of Hopkinton will be providing a Christmas tree pickup and recycling service for residents of Hopkinton. The cost is $10.00 per tree. Scouts will pick up trees on Saturday, January 3rd and 10th
To request a pick-up, please go to http://trees.troop4hopkinton.org and fill out the form.
Trees should be put curbside by 9AM along with payment in an envelope attached to the tree (Ziploc bags work best!). Payment can be made in cash or check payable to “Troop 4 Hopkinton.” Please no plastic bags around the tree.

Temporary Foster Home Needed for Shelter Dog

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Baypath Humane Society is in immediate need of temporary/foster homes for a few of our shelter dogs who have a tough time adjusting to shelter life.

We need a foster home ASAP for Yogi, a sweet, dashing young spaniel-mix who’s had many sad experiences in his short life. This has made him very shy, but once he warms up to you, he’s very affectionate.

Stage 3250 Returns Thursday the 22nd

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Coming January 22nd, Stage 3250 returns to HCAM-TV.

Would you believe that slaves lived in Hopkinton?
Would you believe that the media holds back young girls?

Hopkinton Physicians Kick Off 11th Year of Physician Focus

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Physician Focus begins its 2015 season with a decidedly Hopkinton flavor, as two local physicians discuss chronic kidney disease, a serious condition that affects more than 20 million Americans.

Marianne Hennigan Fundraiser

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How does one express the urgent and dire nature of a friend and mother's situation without creating more fear, panic and worry. For those of you who know Marianne she is perhaps the kindest person I have ever met. I've always had kindness in my head and my heart but it was Marianne who demonstrated to me how to put it into application. Whether she'd be dropping off a homemade dinner to a friend not feeling well or finding a baby deer on the side of the road and staying with that fawn, helping them transition lovingly and peacefully back to nonphysical.

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