Video: Select Board Recognizes Recipient of the Young Hero Award

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The Select Board recognized Remi VanDeusen who received a "Young Hero Award" for getting medical attention to his Father who suffered an allergic reaction after being stung by a bee. Fire Prevention Officer, Tim Healy stated "the Father's Vital Signs were critical and if it weren't for the critical actions of Remi things could have been different."

Remi was recognized by Fire Chief, Stephen Slaman, Fire Marshall, Peter Ostroskey and received a State Citation from Representative, Carolyn Dykema.

View more in the video below!

Video: Hopkinton Fire Department Open House 2019

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The Hopkinton Fire Department kicked off Fire Safety Week with their annual open house. The event allowed the hardworking Men and Women of the Fire Department to show off some of the equipment they use and to educate about some of their daily tasks.

There were also a number of activities to inform about Fire Safety. View highlights below!

Hopkinton Resident, Cheryl Melody Baskin Releases New Book

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Calling all dreamers! Heart-Dreamer contains 255 pages of inspiration, encouragement, support, and the life experiences and wisdom from Cheryl Melody Baskin and from people all over the world. Every word provides hope, healing, personal growth, self-discovery, experiential opportunities, heart-listening and love. Heart-Dreamer is here to say that no matter what you have gone through, you have the power to reach for the stars and step into your dreams!

Hopkinton Fire Department awarded $548,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency

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The Town of Hopkinton is pleased to announce that the Hopkinton Fire
Department has been awarded a grant from the FEMA Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency
Response ("SAFER") program.

Community Notice: Water Line Flushing 10-10-2019

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Please be advised that crews will be flushing the new water main on Chamberlain Street this Wednesday and Thursday evening at approximately 10PM. Please check your water before using it and if you notice any discoloration, please run your cold water line.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts: “Birsdcaping: Home Sweet Habitat” with Jana Milbocker and Joan Bulter

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“Birsdcaping: Home Sweet Habitat” with Jana Milbocker and Joan Bulter will be held at The Hopkinton History Center, 168 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton. Our club’s general meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. The speaker portion is at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. New members are welcome any time during our club year.

A Message from Chesmore Funeral Home

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We are pleased to announce that after more than a year of planning, the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton is in the process of our renovation, addition, and new, replicated barn.

Baypath Humane Society Selected for Maddie’s Fund Grant

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HOPKINTON, MA –October 2, 2019 – Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton was thrilled to be awarded a Maddie’s Fund® grant to participate in the organization’s Dog Foster Apprenticeship program. Thanks to this generous grant from Maddie’s Fund and the Pima Animal Care Center, Baypath’s foster coordinator will have an opportunity to spend four days working with the team at Pima Animal Care Center in Tucson, Arizona, discovering new ways to:

South Asian Circle of Hopkinton (SACH) is hosting their 2019 Annual Diwali Gala, November 9th

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South Asian Circle of Hopkinton (SACH) is hosting their 2019 Annual Diwali Gala Dinner on Saturday, November 9th, 2019.

Come aboard the SACH express to experience a vibrant journey across the South Asian sub-continent, from Sri-Lanka to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. An evening filled with fun, delicious food & drinks, entertainment, community networking and cultural shows that represent multi-cultural aspects of the Indian Sub-Continent.

Hopkinton Resident, Don Cronin Wins National Award

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The Alliance for Community Media held its annual convention and video competition in Portland, Oregon this summer. The annual video contest judges video entries from across the country. Community Television producers were allowed to submit entries within a variety of categories ranging from documentary, sports, arts and culture. Hopkinton resident Donald Cronin was the director of the local Holliston based TV news/magazine show, “Heartbeat of Holliston” which won first place for best news magazine show. The show is produced by Holliston resident Chryso Lawless.


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