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Book Author, Nanette A. Kenrick and Hopkinton Health Director, Shaun McAuliffe.. On Jan 19th Hangout Hour!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

This Wednesday (Jan 19th) at 7pm, tune into a brand new episode of HCAM's Hopkinton Hangout Hour! On this weeks edition, we will talk with Hopkinton Book Author, Nanette A. Kenrick about her newest publication "Scarlet Letters to My Psychiatrist". At 7:30pm, Hopkinton Health Director, Shaun McAuliffe will join us to update on the COVID-19 situation and more!

Hopkinton Hangout Hour airs Wednesday's at 7pm on HCAM-TV and our Youtube page!

Hopkinton Hillers Sports News & Notes Jan 18, 2022

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Boys Basketball
-Hopkinton defeats Bellingham 72 to 42 at HHS.
Nate Kasper racks up 18 points, Evan Mirazimi and Sam Pantera score 14 each for the Hillers. Hopkinton improves to 4 and 3, Bellingham falls to 3 and 8.

Girls Basketball
-Hopkinton defeats Bellingham 37 to 22 on the road.
Kiki Fossbender scores 17 points for the Hillers in the win. Hopkinton improves to 2 and 3, Bellingham falls to 3 and 6.

HCAM Sports Update, Patriots Lose in Playoffs, Divisional Round Picks and more.. On Jan 19th HCAM Sports Talk!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Our 62nd edition of HCAM Sports Talk airs on Wed, Jan 19th 2022 at 2pm. In the episode, we have highlights from the Hopkinton Hillers 2021-22 Winter Sports Season and Andy Barron from MyFm 101.3 and Jared Keene from Metrowest Daily News and Mike Torosian join us to make NFL Playoff Picks and discuss other sports happenings.

Tune in to HCAM Sports Talk every Wednesday at 2pm 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!

Middlesex County Restoration Center Commission secures $5 million in funding

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The Middlesex County Restoration Center Commission has been awarded $5 million in funding from the state’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allocation, officials announced today.

The commission was established under the Act Relative to Criminal Justice Reform in 2018 with the charge from the Legislature to study and make recommendations for the creation of a crisis diversion facility in Middlesex County. The new center would provide an alternative to arrest and unnecessary transport to the emergency rooms for individuals in need of behavioral health services.

Hopkinton Book Author, Nanette Kenrick to be featured on Jan 19th Hangout Hour!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

This Wednesday at 7pm, tune into a brand new episode of HCAM's Hopkinton Hangout Hour! On this weeks edition, we will talk with Hopkinton Book Author, Nanette A. Kenrick about her newest publication "Scarlet Letters to My Psychiatrist".

"Secret Letters to my Psychiatrist is a collection of stories inspired by the story of Scheherazade, the female storyteller in One Thousand and One Nights. The theme of the book is overcoming obstacles, with a surprise twist at the end of each chapter.

Community Notice: 2022 Open Burn Season

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Massachusetts allows residents to burn brush between January 15 and May 1, depending on weather conditions and air quality. Hopkinton does not charge a fee, though you must obtain permission from the Hopkinton Fire Department if you plan to open burn.

Last year the Hopkinton Fire Department partnered with Full Circle Technologies to implement a new online Open Burn Permit system for the 2021 season. We will continue to use that system for 2022.

Community Notice: Main Street Corridor Project Update 1-14-2022

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Operations suspended on 12/17/21 - No project work currently scheduled

● During the current shutdown the contractor is required to make a request through the DPW Director to continue work. The DPW Director will determine if they can work up to 10 days. After 10 days, another request would need to be made by the contractor to continue to work.

● At this time, no work is planned before the end of January. Further review will take place in February, but will be weather dependent.

Project Status
● Drainage work close to being complete.

Watch Now: Baypath Fostering Program to Honor Legendary Actress, Betty White

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Legendary Actress, Betty White recently passed away at the age of 99. Betty was an animal lover and rights advocate. In her honor and for the need of lovable furry friends looking for a home, Baypath Humane Society recently launched their Betty White Fostering promotion. Lauren Dimartino joined us to talk about the Baypath fostering program and some of the animals in need of a loving-home. View the interview below.