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A First Look: A New Episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry

Singer and Songwriter John Boehmer performs his wide array of guitar music on a new episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry, airing tonight, February 27th, at 7:00 PM on HCAM-TV.

Video: Hillers Girls Basketball Prepares for the Playoffs

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2nd year Hopkinton Hillers girls varsity basketball head coach, Mike Greco led his team to a post season spot for the 2nd straight time. Last year the Hillers finished 15-7 overall last year and advanced to the regional semi-finals and fell to Notre Dame Academy.

March 2017 at the HCA

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Art 3 = Dance x Music x Sculpture

Friday, March 3, 2017 @ 6 p.m. FREE!

Art 3 is a special collaborative performance featuring choreographer Shari Repasz dancing to the music of composer Ben Schwendener. The centerpiece of the performance will be artist Michael Alfano's over-sized participatory sculpture 'Cubed.' Michael's works will be on display at the HCA this March in a new exhibit.

A meet and greet with all three artists will follow the show. Small bites and a cash bar will be made available during the event. 

Barricaded Subject Cleared from Price Chopper Without Injuries

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(Saturday 2/25) At 1:02pm the Hopkinton Police Public Safety Communication Center received multiple calls reporting an armed subject in the Price Chopper supermarket on West Main Street. Uniformed patrols located the subject barricaded in an administrative office in the rear of the store. Resources were requested from Milford Police, Upton Police the Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council tactical team and the Massachusetts State Police including uniformed troopers and the STOP team.

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A First look: A New Episode of Hopkinton Coffee Break

The Coffee Break hosts talk girl power with guest Erin Mahoney on a new episode of Hopkinton Coffee Break.

Video: Girl Scout Troop #65294 Meets with Selectmen to Discuss Road Safety Project

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Girls Scout Troop 65294 recently went in-front of the Board of selectmen to ask for help with a drivers safety awareness program. As one of the many parts of the Scouts proposed program, they will place signs around town to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.

Video: Hillers Hockey Wins Final Regular Season Game

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The Hopkinton Hillers Boys Varsity Hockey team finished out the regular season with a 3-0 home win over Grafton. The game was a great battle between 2 very talented teams. The 1st goal of the game wasn't scored until 14:29 left in the 3rd period. Will Abbott hit a wrister from the left side for the first goal and then struck less than 2 minutes later with 12:42 left in the period from the slot. Abbott completed the hat trick on an empty netter with 35.3 seconds left.

2017 Open Positions for Local Office

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The table below lists open seats* for the 2017 Town Election. The deadline to file nomination papers (available at the Town Clerk’s Office) bearing the signatures of at least 50 Hopkinton voters is Monday, March 27, 2017. For information regarding the election process, please call the Town Clerk’s Office at 508-497-9710.

Hopkinton Historical Society Presents: Lucy Stone

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March 1st, at 7:00 PM, 168 Hayden Rowe St.
Join us as storyteller/ actress Judith Black portrays the life of this remarkable Massachusetts woman who changed the world.
Co-sponsored by the Hopkinton Library and the Hopkinton Historical Society and supported by a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council
Free and Open to the Public. All are Welcome!

Video: Hopkinton Resident, Mary Kniaz presents History of St. John the Evangelist

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Hopkinton resident Mary Kniaz presenting "Stones, Pennies, and Prayers, The Story of Father Ryan and the Heroic Beginnings of St. John’s Parish" at the Hopkinton Historical Society. Mary has copies of her book for sale with proceeds going towards restoration of the Church.


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