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Weather Trends in Hopkinton: June 17, 2024 - June 23, 2024

By Tom Nappi, News Director

According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton June 17th through 23rd was 96.6 degrees, the lowest was 54.3 degrees. Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 74.2 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 80%, the peak was 98% while the lowest was 49%. Rain accumulated 1.47 inches last week.

You can see all the averages for Hopkinton below and be on the lookout for future weather updates in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Town Hall and municipal offices closed on July 3rd through July 5th in observance of Fourth of July

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Hopkinton Town Hall and municipal offices (including the Library and the Senior Center) will be closed on July 3rd, 4th and 5th in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.

There will be no curbside trash and recycling pickup on Thursday July 4th. Curbside pickup will be delayed one day for the remainder of that week.

Community Notice: Climate Action Plan Homeowners Focus Group

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The Town of Hopkinton is seeking input from homeowners to inform the Town’s first climate action plan. Apply now to participate in a series of three one hour focus groups.

Approximately 10 participants will be selected based on social resilience evaluation criteria. The first focus group will be held in late June, with subsequent sessions occurring from June to October. Participants will be compensated for their time and insights.

State Representative James Arena-DeRosa - Grand Marshall of the Hopkinton Horribles Parade!

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The organizers of the July 4th Horribles Parade are pleased to announce that State Representative James Arena-DeRosa has been selected and has accepted the honor of being the Grand Marshall of this year’s “Hopkinton Horribles Parade”.

We are happy and encouraged that State Representative Arena-DeRosa has accepted our invitation, and we hope that all members of our town will come out and celebrate our nation’s birth and participate in the return of this fun family event!

Celtics Win 18th Championship & Sharon Timlin 5K highlights.. On June 26th HCAM Sports Talk!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Our 174th edition of HCAM Sports Talk airs on Wed, June 26th at 5:30pm. In the episode, Jared Keene, Andy Barron and Steve Watson join us to talk about the historic Boston Celtics championship run and we have highlights from the 2024 annual Sharon Timlin 5K to fight ALS.

Tune in to HCAM Sports Talk every Wednesday at 5:30pm on HCAM-TV (Comcast: Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or at our YouTube page. The program will also re-air at other times and days throughout the week!

Photo Courtesy: Steve Watson

Watch Now: Hopkinton Middle School hosted annual Spring 2024 Concerts

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Below, view a glimpse of the Hopkinton Middle School annual Spring concerts. Also be sure to view the entire performances airing on HCAM or on our youtube page.

-The 6th & 7th Grade Chorus Concert can be found here!

-The Grade 8 Spring Concert can be found here! here!

-The Grade 6 & 7 Band and Orchestra spring concert can be found here!

HRTC to host "Horribles Parade" on July 4th

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Let’s get ready to “Horrible”! July 4th, Independence Day, is just a few weeks away, are you ready for the return of the town’s “Horribles” Parade? The “Ancient and Horribles” parade is a New England tradition dating back to the 1800’s. Commonly referred to as the “Horribles” parade in Hopkinton, it is a parade originated to have some fun with national and local “political satire”, sort of like a floating “political roast”.

The theme for this year’s parade is “America the Beautiful”.

Community Notice: Water Supply Update June 20th 2024

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Please be advised that this current heat wave has put an enormous strain on the water system. Pumps are struggling to stay pace with demand and we have been unable to refill the storage tanks to safe levels. This poses a threat to both fire fighting capability and any water emergencies that may happen. Yesterday's power outages saw us lose several pumping hours, well stations had to be reset after generators came on.