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Hopkinton Hillers defeat Ashland Clockers in 2022 Thanksgiving Game 32 to 14!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

-Ashland - 14 @ Hopkinton - 32

In the Clockers-Hillers 98th annual Thanksgiving meeting, Hopkinton improved to 8 and 3 (4-1 in TVL) and 54 Wins, 39 Losses and 5 Ties in the all-time Thanksgiving series with their crosstown rival. Ashland Clockers finish the season at 5 and 6 (1-4 in TVL).

Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce 2022 Annual Holiday Stroll on Saturday, Dec 3rd at 10am!

By contributor,

It's Holiday time again! Let's celebrate at our 2022 Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce Holiday Stroll. It will be a great way to get all of your shopping done, get a chance to win a $300.00 cash prize and have a fantastic time doing it! Go from store to store by foot or cover much more mileage by taking your own vehicle.

Classic Hiller-Clockers Thanksgiving Moments, NFL Turkey-Day Picks and Hiller Boys Soccer Playoff Run.. On November 23rd HCAM Sports Talk!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Our 104th edition of HCAM Sports Talk airs on Wed, November 23rd 2022 at 5:30pm. In this episode, we have highlights from the Hopkinton Hillers Fall post season including the incredible Boys Soccer run to the State Finals, we have Hiller-Ashland thanksgiving highlights from previous years to get you ready for their 98th meeting and the guys make their Turkey-Day NFL picks!

**Please note, new episodes of HCAM Sports Talk now air at 5:30pm every Wednesday!**

Watch Now: Select Board Recognizes Friends of Hopkinton and the Retiring Ann Click for Service to the Town

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Ann Click has served the town of Hopkinton as Town Clerk amongst other roles and in numerous volunteer efforts. Ann was recognized along with the Friends of Hopkinton for their terrific 2022 Family Day event this past September.

Ann played a huge role in the 300th Anniversary celebration of the town and the creation of the Friends of Hopkinton group. The retiring, Ann Click has been an essential contributor to the community and will certainly be missed by her peers.

View more in the segment below!

Watch Now: Hiller Boys Soccer battles Oliver Ames in 2022 D2 State Finals

By Tom Nappi, News Director

On Saturday, November 19th #2 seeded Hopkinton and #1 seeded Oliver Ames met up for the Division 2 State finals. Both teams entered the game with 19 wins, 1 loss and 2 ties. It was the 1st time in school history, Hillers boys soccer made it to the State Finals game and the 4th state finals appearance for Oliver Ames.

After a scoreless 1st half, it was a back and forth 2nd half filled with scoring from both sides.

View highlights below.

Boys Soccer State Finals Recap, Hiller Block 5K and Ann Click Recognized... On November 23rd HCAM News!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

On the November 23rd edition of HCAM News at 6:30pm, Hiller Boys Soccer makes it all the way to the D2 State Championship, Hopkinton Middle School along with the 26.2 Foundation hosted the annual Hiller Block 5K plus much more, but first the Select Board thanked the Friends of Hopkinton for a terrific Hopkinton Family Day and recognized Ann Click who is retiring after many years of service to the town.

Community Notice: Town of Hopkinton FY 24 Comprehensive Budget: FY 2022 Listening Sessions - This is Your Budget: December 5 and 8, 2022

By contributor,

The Hopkinton Select Board, your Town Manager, and Department Heads are pleased to announce that the next FY 24 Budget Listening Sessions are scheduled as follows:

Seniors Speak - December 5, 2022, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Senior Center

Business Community Voices - December 8, 2022, 8:00-9:00 a.m., HCAM Studios

See the attached PDF, or click the link below, for more information:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z7BMOMmmo4F_VtqaKtZJ0BszhgNmklUKCU5…

Watch Now: Hopkinton Middle School and 26.2 Foundation Host 2022 Hiller Block 5K

By Tom Nappi, News Director

This past Wednesday was a bit of a wet and cold day but that did not stop Hopkinton Middle School students for taking part in the annual Hiller Block 5K road race.

The event hosted with the 26.2 foundation allows students to put their 5k training in their physical education class to the test and the goal is to encourage good health, training, passion, courage, sportsmanship and other important virtues.

In the segment below, scenes from the event, we speak with Physical Educator, Debra Pinto and 5K Winner, Tucker Hughes.