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Hopkinton Police & Officials Share New National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Number

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HOPKINTON — Police Chief Joseph Bennett, Fire Chief William Miller and Hopkinton Youth & Family Services Director Dawn Alcott wish to share information regarding the new National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number, 988, which took effect on Saturday, July 16.

The 988 dialing code is the new national number routing callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline across the U.S. The new phone line is accessible 24/7/365 by call or text.

Best of Hillers Winter 2021-2022 Sports.. On July 20th HCAM Sports Talk!

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Our 86th edition of HCAM Sports Talk airs on Wed, July 20th 2022 at 2pm. In this episode, we relive some of the best memories from the Hopkinton Hillers fall 2021-2022 Season.

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!

Senate Passes Amendment to Create or Allow Low Income Fare Programs for Public Transit

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Today, the Massachusetts State Senate passed an amendment in the transportation bond bill, Senate Bill 2989, which directs the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and allows Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) across the Commonwealth to create a low-income fare program

Senate Passes Wide-Ranging Transportation Infrastructure Bond Bill

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The Massachusetts State Senate on Thursday passed legislation that authorizes more than $10.84 billion in bonds for a wide array of transportation infrastructure projects and initiatives to make the Commonwealth’s transportation system more modern, safe, environmentally sound, and accessible. An Act relative to Massachusetts transportation resources and climate, also known as MassTRAC, ensures that Massachusetts is well-positioned to compete for federal grant opportunities, particularly those dollars available from the federal bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Hopkinton Fire Department Shares Safety Tips Ahead of Potential Heat Wave

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Chief William Miller and the Hopkinton Fire Department would like to remind residents to take safety precautions during activities during hot weather, especially those that take place outdoors.

Extreme heat is a prolonged period of very hot weather, which may include high humidity. In Massachusetts, a “heat wave” is usually defined as a period of three or more consecutive days above 90 degrees. Temperatures are currently forecast to be in the 90s Tuesday-Sunday.

A heat advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Hopkinton Charity Golf Tournament: To be held Monday, September 26 at the Shining Rock Golf Club in Northbridge

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Sponsored By The Hopkinton Emergency Fund (HEF) and The Hopkinton Women’s Club (HWC)
Have fun and join us in furthering our Missions: HEF provides financial assistance to Hopkinton residents in need of emergency financial support and HWC supports student scholarships and local charities.
Save the date! Form a foursome. Be a sponsor. For information and registration:

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