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Christine Strickland

Photo: Silent majority

Photo: Silent majority

The Feb. 4 special town election did not draw a big crowd, as less than 8 percent of Hopkinton voters turned out to express support or opposition to three school improvement projects, all of which were pushed through easily.  PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND

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Photo: Advocacy for Aussies

Photo: Advocacy for Aussies

Girl Scouts (from left) Isabella Kopczynski, Lorelei Johnson, Naima Robinson and Kayla Pappalardo work on a project offering support for those affected by the Australian bushfires during Martin Luther King Day activities at Hopkinton Middle School on Jan. 20....

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Photo: Special moment

Photo: Special moment

Kelly Matter scores a basket for the Special Olympics team during its annual Martin Luther King Day game against the Hopkinton High School freshman team at Hopkinton Middle School’s Brown Gym on Jan. 20. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND

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Photo: Common Claus

Photo: Common Claus

Santa Claus made his annual appearance at the Town Common on Dec. 7 for Hopkinton’s tree lighting ceremony. It capped an eventful day in Hopkinton, which included the Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Stroll. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND

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Photo: Off and running

Photo: Off and running

At the RE/MAX Neighbors Helping Neighbors 5K road race on Nov. 23 at Hopkinton Country Club, among those getting off to a good start were Hopkinton High School students (from left) Connor Dorfman, Cole Deisenroth, Craig Salois and eventual winner Wyatt Ruff....

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Photo: Honor to serve

Photo: Honor to serve

At the Veterans Day dinner at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club on Nov. 11, Frank Torento received a citation from State Rep. Carolyn Dykema recognizing his many years of volunteer service for veterans in town. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND

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Photo: Never too late for treats

Photo: Never too late for treats

Christian Bialobrzeski (left) and Colin Heaton, both 7 years old, were among the attendees at the inaugural Trunk or Treat charity event on Nov. 3 in the parking lot next to Marty’s Fine Wines and CVS. The event, a fundraiser for the Hopkinton Community Partnership,...

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